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Upgrade Your Self-Care

Ginny Edwards

February 12, 2017

Upgrade Your Self-Care

Ginny Edwards


“Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, not sits in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night.  He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither.  In all that he does, he prospers.” Psalm 1:1-3

As a follower of Christ, I’ve always had trouble with the idea of “self” care.  It seemed like it was in direction opposition to the Biblical principle of “dying to self”.  It wasn’t until I started a journey of transformation in my health that I started to understand the deeper reasons for upgrading my self-care and I realized that true self-care is anything but selfish.

Most of us would agree that our lives are made up of different seasons.  God takes us through these different seasons of our lives because of His kindness and desire to lavishly give us an abundant life.  Each season is designed to take you deeper into your relationship with Him, and that deeper relationship translates into new assignments and dreams for your life.  It’s in those new assignments and dreams that the principle of upgrading your self-care is so important because what you’re really doing is saying yes to the necessary transformation that must take place for you to experience the next upgrade God has for your life.

God-centered self-care begins with the whispers of your heart.  You start by being still, allowing God to take your roots deeper so you get stronger.  As you practice this level of self-care, the Lord will reveal the practical aspects of upgrading your self-care.

Always begin with what your heart is speaking to you. 

BIBLICAL TRUTH 

“Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, not sits in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night.  He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither.  In all that he does, he prospers.” Psalm 1:1-3

STAY GLAMOROUS

  • Shut out all the noise and just breathe, and listen. Try this for at least 15 minutes every day, even if it’s already part of your normal schedule.
  • Journal your thoughts, feelings, desires, prayers. Journaling is very powerful!
  • Open your heart to receive new experiences and new encounters, especially with God.
  • Allow the Holy Spirit to search your heart, revealing any belief that doesn’t truly align with who you are in Christ.

Once you’ve been practicing this level of self-care, you’ll begin to see other areas where God wants to give you an upgrade in your self-care.  It could be in your relationships, time, environment, or finances to name a few.  Remember that practicing this level of self-care is to enable you to blossom in the next season of your life.  This is your destiny and it will be your joy and fulfillment to say yes to upgrading your self-care in order to step up and into the next level God has for your life.

RESOURCES

Read, “From Coping To Thriving” by Hannah Braime

GLAMTALK

What are your favorite self-care activities? How often do you implement them?

 

Pace Yourself

meganmottley

February 11, 2017

Pace Yourself

Megan Mottley


“Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” Mark 11:24

It’s always tempting to get ahead of what God has planned for you and your life. Waiting on God while watching others receive the blessings that you’ve been believing for can be frustrating. As humans we don’t like to wait, so the enemy often tempts us to fall right before the move of God takes place. When you find yourself getting anxious, it’s best to SLOW DOWN.

Seek help if you find yourself getting overly frustrated about waiting on God. A counselor or therapist can help you sort through your issues past and present.

Listen to your body. We often overeat and eat out of emotion when life is a little too hectic for us. Make an effort to swap out one meal/snack for something healthy until you’ve built up your momentum to eat healthier with every meal.

Observe your daily activities. Map out where you spend most of your time–work, party scene, mall, exercising, community events, church. Determine whether there are things on your plate that are taking up too much time and things that aren’t getting enough of your time. Manage your priorities accordingly.

Winning attitudes move mountains. Winners have good attitudes so while you’re waiting do so with a great attitude.

Don’t over analyze everything. Jumping to conclusions is never a good idea. God can use anyone or anything to bless you. Just because you don’t understand what God is doing doesn’t mean you should misconstrue His Master plan.

Open your mind to new things. It’s always a plus to broaden your horizon. If you remain close-minded to new people, places, or things, then you’ll miss out on so many amazing opportunities. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over thinking that you’ll get different results. Wisdom is stepping out on faith and doing something new.

Wait on God for direction. Microwaves, text messages, live feeds. As the years pass by, we are becoming more and more conditioned to quick access to piping hot food, conversations, and information. Unfortunately, God doesn’t respond at the click of a button or because we want a lightning fast result. Go back to the basics. Get on your knees. be still, and know that God is.

Never quit. Slowing down doesn’t mean to stop. No matter what life throws your way, learn how to dodge the curveballs without quitting. Commit to resting when you’re exhausted or drained by life, but rest don’t ever quit.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” Mark 11:24

STAY GLAMOROUS

Create a Vision Board and plan out where you see yourself in 1 year and 5 years. If you’ve already created a Vision Board, be sure to refer to it often so you can remember what to focus on.

RESOURCES

Read, “Waiting On God” by Walter Stiles

GLAMTALK

How can you do a better job of waiting on God?

Seasons Change

meganmottley

February 10, 2017

Seasons Change

Megan Mottley


“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes 3:1

There are four seasons in a year and we often overlook the importance of all of them.

Winter. Spring. Summer. Fall. 

Have you ever thought about the lessons that you can learn from everything that occurs during each season. We bundle up during the Winter seasons, plants die, the old fades away. In the Spring, new life springs forth, everything is blossoming but in its own time. During the Summer months, the heat is on, it’s time for vacation–a little rest and relaxation. Finally Fall arrives, there’s a shift in every way, it’s a time to reflect and plan.

We welcome some seasons more than others but there are so many benefits to going into a new season. Newness, growth, change and don’t forget about the activities! With each new season, we get to embrace the newness of it all. We can see, feel, smell, and even taste the changes. It really does our psyche good to experience something new after experiencing the same ole same ole for a while. Studies even show that during certain times of the year more people fall into depression and believe it or not it’s NOT around the holiday season. So although we may dread the Summer months, the bright sun serves its purpose.

Sometimes our growth is visible but other times it’s hidden and happening behind the scenes.

Growth is something else that we experience during the onset of a new season. Sometimes our growth is visible but other times it’s hidden and happening behind the scenes. When seeds are planted it takes time for it to grow but that doesn’t mean that there’s nothing going on beneath the soil. The rain, the sun, and the icky earthworms are all playing roles that will aid in the growth process. In and out of season, we’re growing and fighting off things that hinder our growth. The more seasons change, the better off that we are in reaching our full potential.

Change is so good. It’s scary but it’s necessary. When seasons change, embrace it, embody it and welcome it. Make the vital adjustments–warm clothes when it’s cold, cooler clothes when it’s hotter and so on. Exemplify the same things in your daily life. When life gets hard, relax a bit; when friends treat you cold, warm up to some new friends. It’s the same philosophy.

Activities are different with each new season. Depending on where you live, you’d have to travel to a different place to ski during the summer months. The same thing would be required if you wanted to have an outdoor picnic during the snow season. Instead of complaining, find ways to enjoy each new season. Go to the beach or the water park when it’s hot outside. Go on a nature walk during the cooler months. Build a snowman when there’s snow. Play board games and catch up on some reading when there’s ice on the ground.

Newness. Growth. Change. Activities. 

Find ways to enjoy your journey, wherever you are.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes 3:1

STAY GLAMOROUS

Make a list using words to describe each of the four seasons. Then create corresponding activities that you’d do during each of those seasons. Determine which season of life you’re in. Find activities that you can incorporate into your current season of life.

RESOURCES

Read, “The Seasons of God” by Richard Blackaby

GLAMTALK

What season of life are you in? How are you learning to embrace your current season?

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The Six Shall Become One

Angela Norfleet

February 9, 2017

The Six Shall Become One

Angela Norfleet


“Except the Lord build the house, the labor in vain that build it”. Psalms 127:1

If you’ve ever been married or attended a wedding ceremony, you’ve probably heard the phrase “and the two shall become one flesh”… Right? Well the same holds true for the families that are joining together. When single parents marry, not only do the adults become “ one flesh “ but the families become “one family”. They shall no longer be considered or referred to as single moms or dads. Hence the phrase “blended family”.

To blend is to exist together as a combination.

Families are combined with the intent of a successful outcome. In a PERFECT world, we could obtain this goal without any major hiccups. the truth of the matter is, there may not ONLY be major hiccups but there may also be times when you question whether or not you’ve made the right decision to marry into the family! During those times it is important to remember that the parents must maintain a united front, be on the same page, communicate often, love unconditionally, be fair, firm and consistent to all involved and above all else, keep God at the forefront of your family and continue to seek His wisdom in all things.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“Except the Lord build the house, the labor in vain that build it”. Psalms 127:1

STAY GLAMOROUS

Spend time with each member of your blended family collectively but most importantly individually. Have a set date to spend one on one (if at all possible) to create a unique and unbreakable bond. Make it a point to create personal memories during your one on one time. As you discover new things about each family member, including your own children, make mental notes so you can remember certain aspects from your time spent. As time moves on, if there’s something worthy to celebrate (milestones and accomplishments) or there’s ways to strengthen your bond based on the small things (favorites, fears, improvements) go for it!

RESOURCES

Read, “God Breathes On Blended Families” by Moe and Paige Becnel

GLAMTALK

What are some of hiccups your blended family has already faced or is presently facing?

You’re Never Alone

 

Joyce Kyles

February 8, 2017

You’re Never Alone

Joyce Kyles


“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10

Shelly has been going to group counseling for the past three weeks. She’s made some great new friends. Each member of the support group has gone through some type of abuse. They’ve been able to laugh, cry and gain strength from one another. She feels empowered as long as she’s with her friends. However, when Shelly is by herself, she still feels quite afraid and unsure of her ability to stay strong. She often feels lonely and considers going back to her abuser.

When you are going through adversities or working your way through them, fear and uncertainty are normal. When you’ve been physically and emotionally traumatized, it takes time to trust others again. As you are discovering and rediscovering things about yourself, you will reflect on the ending of your relationship. Establishing and maintaining a good support system is key to your recovery. However, there is a major difference between being alone and being lonely. As you come to experience and appreciate the awesomeness of God, you will discover that you are neither.

I always refer to our life’s challenges as valley moments. Going through those moments aren’t always easy. In fact, there will be times when the physical and emotional pain will seem impossible to bear. But, God is always with us. He always cares. He never leaves us. We must keep our eyes and our spirit deeply rooted in him. What Shelly has to realize is a point we should always strive to keep close to our vest. We are never alone. The encouraging words we receive from our friends, family, place of worship, books of empowerment, etc. are the tools we are to draw from when we find ourselves in a place of fear and uncertainty. Our fervent prayers are being heard. If we listen, strive to live righteously and believe in his promises, he will hold you in his righteous hand. He will be your comforter. He will place people in your path and you will experience holistic peace.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10

STAY GLAMOROUS

Reflect on your valley moments. Create a list of all the ways you have grown and how you pulled yourself through that season. As you move into your next season, begin to describe yourself as stronger, wiser and better. Refer to yourself less and less as being lonely or being alone. Seek God in new ways, build new friendships and focus on new goals.

RESOURCES

Read, “Never Alone” by Joseph Girzone

GLAMTALK 

Why do you find it so hard to trust others? What steps are you taking to trust others more?

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It Starts Today

meganmottley

February 7, 2017

Megan Mottley

It Starts Today


“So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen.” Matthew 20:16

We’re a week into the second month of the New Year and you may already be feeling burned out. As an entrepreneur, I’ve had to learn the hard way to pace myself and avoid trying to do everything that pops into my head all at once. It’s so tempting to begin the New Year year with plans to accomplish 10,000 different goals by January 31. I know the feeling all too well because I’ve been guilty of doing this until I finally saw the light.

We look at our peers and even our competitors and compare what they’re doing to what we THINK we should be doing. Instead of being productive, we end up being exhausted from trying to do things that God never called us to do. We ultimately begin to descend on a downward spiral of poor choices, rushed decisions, and bad advice. The burnout hits us so fast and we realize that we still have 11 months to go before this “horrible year” is over. Nonsense! Doing better and thinking better starts today!

It’s not written anywhere that January 1 – 31 is the only window to be productive. Your New Year may not begin until February or March. Don’t give in to that sort of pressure, instead, use the first month (or two or three) of the year to plan, to dream, and most importantly to observe. Then use the following months to plan and set things into motion. Anyone who makes you feel that you’re going to have a bad year because you didn’t roll out a hundred bells and whistles according to their traditional schedule is a distraction from the pits of Hell. There’s no guarantee that the person/organization/project that comes out of the gate first will thrive or survive for the long run.

Whenever I’m tempted to get ahead of myself or rush God’s perfect timing, I’m always reminded of the parable, “the last shall be first, and the first shall be last”. I don’t want to get ahead of God’s plans for my life, I want to be right on time in everything even if it seems like I’m lagging behind everyone else. The Super Bowl game this past Sunday taught billions of people a valuable lesson. Everyone thought that the New England Patriots were going to lose because they were so far behind but in the end they made history.

If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed or underwhelmed because of all the pressure that a New Year can bring, fret not! Begin now on your goals/dreams, it’s not too late because it starts today–the planning, the pruning, and the productivity that will lead to the harvest.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen.” Matthew 20:16

STAY GLAMOROUS

Invest in a 2017 planner to help you to stay on track with your dreams/goals for the year. Move at your own pace.

RESOURCES

Read, “Get Stuff Done” by Dominic Mann

GLAMTALK 

What are your goals for 2017? When do you plan to being implementing the steps that it will take to reach your goal?

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Strengthen Don’t Distract

Tiffany Monger

January 30, 2017

Strengthen Don’t Distract

Tiffany Monger


“Therefore, if [my eating a certain] food causes my brother to stumble (sin), I will not eat [such] meat ever again, so that I will not cause my brother to stumble.” ‭‭1 Corinthians ‭8:13‬ ‭

One thing we as people especially Christians should work hard to be is considerate. We’re days away from Super Bowl Sunday and like any holiday or special occasion, many engage in eating more than usual. Whether you’re attending a potluck, a work outing, or a family outing, there are usually more snacks, treats, dishes, etc., available that will tempt your tastebuds and test your willpower..

It’s funny how food creates good fellowship amongst people. However, we have to be mindful of those that prefer not to partake in the eating portion of occasions. We don’t know why one chooses to opt out of not participating, but we must respect it. Last, some may have special diets they have or eat a certain way to maintain their level of health. So we must not offend anyone because of our limitless and careless style of eating. If you have a friend that doesn’t eat meat, try not to sit and eat your barbecue sandwich in front of them. Or if they are trying to stop drinking alcohol or soft drinks support their efforts by drinking water too.

The area that you might be strong in may not be the case for someone else and could cause them a major setback. Be mindful and considerate of your peers that don’t indulge like you. Be a real friend and make their moment with you comfortable. If you know someone that is trying hard to lose weight and really trying to maintain a decent diet. Don’t bring your cheesecake around them and rub it in their face. Our goal is to strengthen not cause them to stumble.

Prayer:

Heavenly Father,
God I pray for wisdom and discernment. God help me to be mindful of those around me. Holy Spirit nudge me if in any way I am presenting or saying something that will set anyone back or set someone up to fail. Help me to know it’s not always about me and to be all things to all men/women.  I don’t want anything as simple as to what I choose to eat or drink to have an effect on anyone. So please God keep me aware and alert.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“Therefore, if [my eating a certain] food causes my brother to stumble (sin), I will not eat [such] meat ever again, so that I will not cause my brother to stumble.” ‭‭1 Corinthians ‭8:13‬ ‭

STAY GLAMOROUS

If you know you are a snacker at your job and it’s mostly junk food, I suggest keeping your desk loaded with fruits and nuts. It helps prevent that temptation of going to the vending machine.

If you’re going somewhere and you know that tempting foods and drinks will be served. Check their menu out before you go and search for items that you will be able to eat/drink even if you have to mix and match.

GLAMTALK

How do you resist temptation when it comes to making healthy choices when you’re around family and friends?

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Live in the Moment

Jenessa Hefler

January 29, 2017

Live In The Moment

Jenessa Hefler


“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” – Jesus. John 8:12

I’ve been working at “living in the moment” since I was about six years old. At some point in third or fourth grade, I got an email with the poem “Slow Dance” in it. Some of the lyrics are “Do you run through each day on the fly, when you ask “How are you?” do you hear the reply? When the day is done, do you lie in your bed with the next hundred chores running through your head? You better slow down, don’t dance so fast, time is short, the music won’t last.” I posted the entire poem on the wall next to my bed. It spoke to me. Yes, it’s a little strange that a ten year old was so obsessed with time running out (maybe let your child drop a few extra-curricular activities ;), but I don’t think I was (or am) alone in my desire to live in the present. Take a walk through any home décor store and tell me we’re not all trying to breathe in every second, be happy in the present, and make each moment count. Self-help books are full of witty, clever, practical ways to be happy with yourself and your current circumstances. And while I read “Slow Dance” nearly every day, I never was able to embrace its message and allow it to impact my life on my own strength.

Living in the moment necessitates that we let go of the pastthat we forgive ourselves and others who have hurt us, accept mistakes/regrets as part of our story, and realize that the past cannot be repeated/redone (no matter how good or bad it was)- AND let go of the future– admit that we cannot control our future no matter how hard we try and realize that we cannot prepare for every scenario because we have no way of knowing what will happen. It is very hard to let go of all of this on your own. Almost all of us find ourselves living in guilt or nostalgia about the past, and in fear or hope of the future. This cannot be how we were meant to live. Something in us cries for joy and peace in the here and now. How do we find that? By trusting someone or something with your past and your future.

Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your hearts to him, for God is our refuge. Psalm 61:8

When I am afraid, I will trust in you. In God, whose word I praise, in God I trust; I will not be afraid. What can mortal man do to me? Psalm 56:4

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” – Jesus. John 8:12

“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full.” – Jesus. John 10:10

“I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation.” – Paul. Philipppians 4:12

As much as I tried live in the present, I was constantly bombarded with regrets about my past and worries about my future. I was hardly ever content in my current situation until I gave my everything to Jesus. I now have a great Forgiver who has forgiven all of my sins, a Healer who has fixed all of my wrongs, a Comforter who holds me in my present struggles, an Almighty God who knows and is in control of the future, a Savior who intercedes on my behalf and works all things for good, an Emmanuel- God with me. Now when thoughts of fear, regret, worry, and nostalgia creep into my mind I give it all to God in prayer. He is in my present and that’s all the present I need.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” – Jesus. John 8:12

STAY GLAMOROUS:

  1. Here are some of my words to help get you started, if you like: Dear Heavenly Father, Thank you for today- all of the good and bad. Thank you that I have breath to speak this and eyes and a brain to read this. Forgive me for not trusting you and living life to the full right now. You already know it all, but here’s my mess- I’m worried about ________ and ____ and _____ and _____ and _____. I regret _____ and _____ and _____ and _____. I wish I could go back to _____ and _____ because _____. But I know you are bigger than all of this. You are more than able to fix my mistakes and handle my future. So please fix it, Jesus. Please take it all and give me more of You… Thank you.
  2. Inspirational quotes are nice, but they are written by man and inspired by man. Scripture is written by man and inspired by God. Put some scripture up around your house/room. Read it. Pray it.

RESOURCE

Read, “Living In The Moment” by Anna Hunt

GLAMTALK

Why do you think it’s important to put your trust in God as it relates to your past and your future?

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Vengeance Is The Lord’s

Joyce Kyles

January 28, 2017

Vengeance Is The Lord’s

Joyce Kyles


“Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath: For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God.” James 1: 19-20

Teresa is out for revenge. She’s no longer involved with the man that abused her for more than 15 years. She has been attending counseling sessions for the past couple of months. She says she is no longer hurt about the abuse she endured. Instead, she’s quite angry. She often talks about how much she wants to ‘get back’ at her abuser. Friends and family tell her not to think or talk that way. She doesn’t want to hear it. Her focus is clear. She wants vengeance, and she wants it done quickly and painfully.

It is normal to be angry when others hurt us. It is a human emotion. There will be times when the hurt is so great, you may even wish that same hurt onto those that hurt you. Let’s be honest. We’ve all been there at some point. When you’re going through abuse, regardless of the form, there’s a sense of fear and helplessness that dwells within you. As you transition into a survivor and overcomer, you gain a sense of power and awareness about the abuse. You want the abuser to suffer like you suffered. That desire can easily consume you and cause you NOT to listen to voices of reason that tell you that vengeance is not yours. It belongs to God.

…give thanks to the Most High God for keeping you through the physical and emotional pain.

How do you quiet that inner voice that tells you to retaliate? You pray. You give thanks to the Most High God for keeping you through the physical and emotional pain. You thank him for putting people in your life who speak love and forgiveness as tools to pull from when you’re feeling angry. You remind yourself that you are in control of your life. Acting out of anger gives control to the abuser once again. Think carefully about the thoughts you have, as they can become words that lead to actions with consequences you THINK will alleviate your pain. Speak positive affirmations daily. Speak them out loud. Hear them. Embrace them. Believe them. Live by them. Allow your morals & desire to live a righteous life for God propel you to continue operating in the spirit of excellence.

 BIBLICAL TRUTH

“Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath: For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God.” James 1: 19-20

STAY GLAMOROUS

Anger is one letter short of Danger so be careful not to allow temporary issues cause you permanent problems. Learn to cope with anger and frustration in healthier ways.

RESOURCES

Read, “How To Forgive When You Don’t Feel Like It” by June Hunt

GLAMTALK

What is your favorite affirmation when you find yourself frustrated or angry?

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Purpose Discovery

Antionette Miles

January 27, 2017

Purpose Discovery

Antionette Miles


“Then God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:26-27

So you may be asking yourself, “Why am I here?” To successfully travel the road towards finding personal fulfillment and significance, there are specific key decisions you need to make.

If you don’t know God, are you willing to get to know Him?

Are you willing to go back to “In the Beginning?” In Genesis 1:26-27, “Then God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” This is His original intent.

If you do know Him, are you willing to go deeper in your relationship?

Beth Moore says in her small but powerful book, Discovering God’s Purpose for Your Life, “that finding your purpose is based on Philippians 3:10, knowing God and the power of His resurrection.” Knowing Him, more, you will be closer to discovering the thing he created you to be. Therefore, connection to your creator is critical to live out your purpose…the why of your very existence. This doesn’t just happen overnight—it is a journey.

Are you willing to be truthful with yourself?

Being truthful with oneself may require a qualified mentor/coach to inspire, challenge and equip you into your God Given Purpose. My mentor has said many times there are two ways you can learn, you can learn by mistakes or you can learn from someone who’s been down that road and knows how to get you where you need to be.

Let’s continue this New Year discovering our purpose. It has been said that our purpose is connected to what burdens, or grieves and or makes us sing. Let’s complete the following Purpose Discovery Tool and begin the journey to unlocking destiny.

BIBLICAL TRUTH

“Then God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:26-27

STAY GLAMOROUS 

Seek out a mentor to help you to discover your purpose and hold you accountable to operate in your purpose

RESOURCES

Read, “Living With Purpose” by Myles Munroe

GLAMTALK

Where do you stand, do you need to come to know God or do you know God and need to go deeper in your relationship?

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