The mountaintop experiences with God are so pleasant. Don’t you just love them! There isn’t anything you can’t accomplish. No dream that will remain unfulfilled. No assignment too great or too small. It is a sweet place to be until you have to come down from the mountaintop to a valley drop.
It’s another week and here I am again. Discussing a topic that I sure didn’t plan. Last week we discussed the significance of Godly sisterhood. It’s time to peel back more layers. At the core of Godly sisterhood is relationship. How can someone be your “sister” and you know nothing about them?
If we understood our identity, we would address our issues with self-esteem. If we were honest, many of our issues begin because we don’t understand who we are. This week, I was asked a question about how to embrace a healthy identity.
This week I created a not fair list to God. Believe it or not, the list was not my idea. I was staring at a blank sheet of paper and then heard pretty clearly, “Write your list.” For those of you who are wondering if God spoke with a booming voice or with a thunderous sound as in the Ten Commandments movie, He did not.
Directly confronting the walls of the church, Minister Ashley Sauls takes an internal and personal look into the role and practice of ministry as defined by the scripture. At its’ core is the question she asks herself and the question she poses to fellow ministry leaders: Are we saving souls?
Have you ever struggled with navigating life’s storms? If so, you are not alone. A better question is, “Do you know how to get through the storms?” Most of our Sunday morning messages are glamorized by “perfect” scenarios.