I received a transfusion this weekend.
It was a beautiful and miraculous gift.
It wasn’t performed intravenously. There were no sharp needles, fancy hospital gowns, or bags of blood hanging on metal carts.
Instead, it was done across the room, among a sea of other beautiful Mamas. Words of life were spoken, hope was shot in my heart, and a new and amazing energy to my motherhood and home were transfused into my weary heart.
You don’t know you are spiritual anemic until you receive the strength you once were lacking.
So thank you for your words to me. They spoke life and infused me with the energy I didn’t know I was so desperately needing.
Raising Generations Today. It’s not just a conference. It’s so much more. It has equipped me to come back into my home with a refreshed spirit, a revived and patient heart, and an awakened perspective.
I learned how to be proactive when it comes to controlling my anger:
We are parented by a God that knows we need rest.
We model the gospel when we get down on our knees and apologize to our kids.Your kids are an assignment from heaven.
Sometimes the bravest thing you can do is to worship.God wants us to feel hungry for Him, so We can see His power to feed us. He is our soul food. Meet with Him daily.
Romans 15:4 –To what extent are you stirring up your hope in God’s Word?
Don’t begin running someone else’s race, stay in your lane.Different seasons of life provide different circumstances and adjustments to be made.
We are at our healthiest weight when we are walking close with Him and being a good steward with the body He has given us.
Sometimes our dreams aren’t God’s dreams for us. Will you let Jesus pick? Will you trust that He knows best and His destiny for us us perfect?
A movement of women who believe they were born to go into all the world and change it through the power and love of Jesus Christ living inside of them. “Never doubt that a community of thoughtful, committed women, filled with the power and love of God, using gifts they have identified and developed, and pursuing passions planted in them by God―never doubt that these women can change the world.”―Lynne Hybels