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.
It’s the quest so many people are on these days. Finding God’s Will. Figuring out what God has for your life & getting in on it. Sometimes, it can seem like such a mystery and even confusing. So, what do we do? That’s what we are talking about in this episode.
We can endure almost anything if we know why it is happening. But we don’t always get the luxury of knowing why. And sometimes life is just hard, challenging, and dark. There are seasons that all of us go through when the bottom falls out and we don’t know what to do. Today, join Melanie Redd and some wisdom from the ministry of Pastor Adrian Rogers as we look at how we can discover greater courage as we walk through the dark seasons of life. Learn how to be a woman of courage even in the midst of the very worst days.
We are living in interesting days. It’s getting more complicated to share our faith and to talk about the Lord Jesus. So, what do we do? How do we tell others about our Hope? Especially the next generation–our children, grandchildren, and students. Join us as we talk about some creative and practical ways to shine brightly in a very dark world.