You cannot see yourself clearly without viewing yourself in light of who God is and what He has done for you. The Gospel not only transforms your eternity, it transforms your identity.
Cultivating boldness requires time with Jesus – learning his Word and living his Word – but also praying his Word.
Learning to Believe God’s Promises
Godly boldness is a spiritual birthright but it’s not something you are simply born with. It ﬂows from relationship and dependence on God as we trust His promises to be true.
Trusting God’s Character
Knowing and trusting in God’s character gives us the freedom to obey all He calls us to because we trust that what He’s asking us to do is for our benefit and for His glory.
Obedience Grows from Love
There is nothing that God wants more from us than to love Him and others. Loving God is our ultimate response to Him.
Trusting God and Doing Our Part
Resolve shows strength of character and certainty of conviction. However, it can be acted out in ways that are arrogant and unloving. As women who are called to be ambassadors for Christ, we need to be careful in the way we live out our resolve.
Building an Authentic Life in God
To live an authentic life, we must ﬁrst have a genuine relationship with God. It is an amazing reality that the God and Creator of this universe has invited us into relationship with Him.
Authentic in Life
The world around us has many opinions about what it means to be your “authentic self.” But what does this mean through the lens of a Christian perspective?
Authentic in Jesus = A Life of Generosity
Living authentically with others is a huge opportunity to show an unbelieving world the love of Jesus. One of the beautiful marks of authentic living in Christ’s kingdom is when our lives are marked by generosity.
Virtuous in Relationships: Designed for Loving Community
When you consider your calling in life and what you were destined for, does community come to mind?
Forgiveness is the Heartbeat of Relationships
We have all experienced hurt, and are left with the question of what to do with that hurt. There are two options: forgive or become bitter.
Esteeming Humility in a Culture of Self
We live in a culture that values ourselves first. Our culture can easily influence our actions, so it is important to esteem the virtue of humility.
Resurrecting an Old-Fashioned Virtue: Forbearance
God created us to live in community and love one another, yet, relationships are often complicated and difficult. Loving relationships take a lot of work and intentionality.