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Personal Life

Where do you start?

“Walk worthy of your calling,” God tells us.  In order to truly do this, you have to look at your personal life and examine them closely.  Here we can see where growth and change are necessary.  

Ask yourself questions that will help with this:

Where do you need to grow?

What do you need to change?

To add?

To remove?

What is hindering your growth?

Where do you need to heal?

Is anxiety present in your life?

Do you know your role as a Christian woman?

How are your communication skills?

What do you feel about conflict and do you need help doing it well?

Do you have good boundaries or do people walk all over you?

As you examine your personal life you shouldn’t become discouraged but encouraged that you have discovered areas where you can grow into your new creation selves.  As you grow in Christ your relationship with Him deepens, your capacity to love others expands and the joy of the Lord becomes your deeper reality.

Start where you feel pressure or passion.  Look to what is bothering or intriguing you and consider that a starting place.  The point is to be proactive and determined to grow as a person of God.

To the left are a few articles to get you thinking and motivated.  Allow the Lord to show you areas where He wants to focus with you.  He is more committed to your personal growth than you are and has a definite plan to help you with it.

We all have a lot of room for personal growth so you are not behind.  We are all in this together and as you grow and as I grow we grow up into Christ.  And that makes the body of Christ healthy, whole, and able to impact this world.

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“I work with individuals to actually find themselves in Christ and have their lives truly function well in Him. Often I am serving those most hurt by the world – those who have experienced severe trauma and abuse and helping them to find complete healing from the pain and the memories.

I have seen the Lord heal hundreds. Nothing has been too difficult for Him.”