Your “word” for the year. People talk about it all the time. Do you have a word or a phrase for the year? A grand, overarching goal to guide you day to day? Let’s talk about how to find and choose your word for this new year with the ministry of Ordinary Women, Extraordinary God.
Can you believe Christmas is right around the corner? Are you ready? What are you doing to make it about Jesus? Join Women Living Courageously to get some ideas for how to do this in more simple and organic ways. Discover 5 ways you can add more of Jesus to your holiday season this year.
It’s a rather common occurrence that we see around us. Kids who were raised in church are walking away from the Lord. Perhaps your child is “away.” There is hope for parents of prodigals! That’s what we are sharing today! Join us as we talk to an amazing young woman who veered away from the Lord and then came back home. You will be so inspired and encouraged by her story.
Did you know that the average young woman would LOVE to have the chance to be mentored? To do life together, be invited into your world, and be given a little life wisdom – this is what they are asking for. Are you available to be a mentor? Would you be willing to invest in the life of someone else? To allow a younger woman to walk through life alongside you? Let’s talk about this today.
Grace. We love to receive it from God and others. Who doesn’t enjoy the kindness, compassion, mercy, and goodness from our friends, families, co-workers, church friends, and neighbors? However, it’s not always easy for us, as women, to give grace to other people. The getting is easy; the giving is a challenge! Here are a few ideas for how to be a little more generous with your grace.
Many people have lost their smile today! Maybe you have lost yours? When was the last time you smiled at someone else? Or, looked in the mirror and smiled at yourself? For some of you–If you heard yourself, laugh, it actually might scare you. Today I want to give you permission to smile again, laugh again, and find hope and joy again. Yes, life is hard. But we don’t have to live as those who have no hope.