Goals. Desires. Resolutions. Promises. Aspirations. Wants. Needs. Got em? Yep, me too. And for the last few days, I have been talking with the Lord about what we are supposed to do or how we are supposed to respond or BE in the “middle time“. You know, that time between the desire and the fulfillment. […]
When it comes to the success of a New Year’s resolution, I am convinced that fasting can be an integral part of helping give shape to fulfilling your WORD that God gives you. Fasting rids us of all distractions so that we can truly engage in focused conversation with God about your WORD, and let Him narrow your focus and help you chart a course to see your WORD fulfilled. Read more to find out the benefits of dethroning your stomach!
Many of you have been seeking your very personal WORD for the year, as well as taking some time to reflect back in an effort to gain wisdom for moving forward this next year with greater success. I, too, have been working through the questions the old school way: with pencil and paper and a big eraser!
So, what do you do with your WORD and what you’ve learned as you’ve worked through the questions?
As we enter a new year, we certainly have dreams and goals that we want to accomplish. Some women create a “bucket list” while others write out goals with specific deadlines over the course of the year. Many of us have had New Year’s resolutions and have seen nothing become of them, leaving us disillusioned […]
If you’ve been around the church, you have heard acrostics like JOY stands for “Jesus, then Others, then You”. Such a true statement! It does bring joy when we get our priorities in order! But more times than most, life comes with its pressures, some self-imposed and others not, and we seem to sense a […]
Do you know who said that famous quote? It is the opening phrase of a soliloquy spoken by Prince Hamlet in William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet. In the scene, Hamlet is torn about avenging His father’s murder or not. “To be or not to be; that is the question.” This week of Advent has been an anticipatory look […]