Posts in Spiritual Growth
Women World Changers Conference

I was thankful to have the opportunity to attend the Women World Changers Conference in May.  It was actually a two day conference but I was blessed attending the one day.

I found out about the conference by searching the internet.  I was craving this type of gathering, God knew that and provided.  It's amazing how He connects us to just what we need at the right time.

Women World Changers was started by a few women who wanted to fund various projects around the world in the name of our Lord.  They thought pooling monies together, through fundraising, they could do the unimaginable.  Since they started they've indeed done that.  Check out their website to read more about them.

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people watching--the perfect quiet time for an Introvert

August 13, 2012

(I wrote this blog post eight weeks ago, but never posted it.  I was too busy wondering if I should post it or not.)

School’s out.  Today is the first day of The Husband’s Summer vacation from teaching.    

I got a chance to get out this morning for a Quiet Time while he stayed home with our son.  After leaving McDonald's drive-through to get a cup of coffee to go, I headed to the park.  Being an introvert, a Quiet Time is vital.  It consists of me and silence, except for the thoughts in my head. 

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why i am not signing up as a Sunday School volunteer

June 16, 2012



I see in the church bulletin there’s a need for volunteers in the Children’s Ministry.

When I see the ad I get a little twinge that tugs at me. 

But it is not the Holy Spirit. 

It’s that little thing called guilt that whispers to me.

“Your son goes to children’s ministry.  Every weekend.  The least you could do is sign up.”
                               

The Bigger Voice says, "No, you're not supposed to do that.  Stay focused.  Listen to God." 

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