As we continue to sift through the books of 1 & 2 Kings, join us as we learn how to remain faithful, seeking God wholeheartedly.
Welcome to TRUSTWORTHY! Week 1 was so rich in OT history as we talked about King Saul, King David, and King Solomon. Join Jenni Lou and me as we discuss what God unfolded within His Word.
A New Year means new opportunities, a fresh start, and the ability to establish new attributes within your personality. By picking up The Beatitudes (heart change), you produce Fruit of the Spirit (character change). Be intentional in 2020, walking by the Spirit, cultivating a blessed heart.
Last week, you were challenged to begin preparing the soil of your heart by cultivating where you are placed. As you have sifted through the areas of your life, I hope you spent some time with Jesus in an attitude of repentance. I know personally, it’s easy to allow things of this world to overshadow my walk with the Lord.
Be encouraged for the work you have completed thus far. Continue to pull the weeds that creep in, plowing the ground of your heart. Don’t grow weary, you will reap the harvest in His time. Don’t lose heart. (Galatians 6:9)
Over the next four weeks, I invite you to get your hands dirty cultivating your hearts and minds as you Prepare to Bloom. This week, we will sift through the pages of scripture as we Unfold Truth One: Cultivate where you are placed.
Stand confidently when approaching God. Anything we ask according to His will, He hears us. Tap into your inheritance on behalf of our children with these 3 steps in becoming a Prayer Ninja. Be proactive and reactive in prayer.
We can commit to intentionally praying over our children, grandchildren, and even those we teach, counsel, interact with, and give smiles to in the grocery with this. Go to war for the sake of your children’s heart, mind, and body. God has HUGE plans for them. Help them to walk worthy.
Be intentional, putting our prayers into motion by praying these 10 prayers over our children.
Morgan Preston shares her heart as a Christian educator living out her faith within her workplace. Her encouraging tips and resources offer real-life and practical ways to seek God among the chaos.
Back-to-School means Back-to-Jesus!
It’s the most glorious time of the year, educationally speaking. Each year, we as parents expect our children to grow academically. However, do we also place the same emphasis on their spiritual growth? Today, we are discussing the 5 “Jesus Supplies” for a successful spiritual school year.
In today’s post and video, I share about Faith Filled Fridays, joining UM on Mission within our community, and a new on-line women’s class (Preparing to Bloom) launching in September. Also, if you are new to UM, we would love to have you be a part of our community. Each week, we will dig into God’s Word as He unfolds truth into our lives.