You Deserve a Treat!

As we are moving back to some form of normalcy after 2020 and all the sickness it brought, you may be thinking about enjoying more in-person get-togethers at church.  Gosh, haven’t we missed that? Today, I am sharing something fun that women’s ministry leaders can host for the women of their church.  But first, I have to give credit where credit is due; my friend…

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God’s Got Bigger & Better Things for You

I just realized how to move ahead to the bigger and better things of God.  Wanna come with? In my small group Bible study, we’ve been studying some of the letters from Paul to the churches that he established.  Most of them have included many do’s and don’ts and “stop this, but start this” kind of charges.  It must have been frustrating to spend the…

How to Handle Naysayers at Church

Like me, I think you would be surprised by how often we are naysayers in Christendom without even realizing it.  Merriam Webster defines a Naysayer as a person who says something will not work or is not possible: a person who denies, refuses, or opposes something.  And may I also add the term Obstructs? Our small town had our annual Strawberry Festival this past weekend.  Fortunately…

How to Lose a Victim Mindset

Did you know? You, my friend, are only a mindset shift away from being able to withstand anything you may be fearing or dreading.  More and more, I am realizing how critically important a person’s mindset is when engaging our coping skills to address life’s dilemmas.  And I’ve got a biblical example from II Timothy chapters 1 and 2…When the Apostle Paul was encouraging Timothy,…

How to Forget the Unforgettable

Hi friend, I’ve been thinking about how to share some relieving news with you.  This kind of news ends the self-loathing conversations you have with yourself from time to time. So I came up with a “Gina proverb” for you; here goes: Four things are unforgettable, but one is unbearable: A girl’s first kiss, her wedding day, the birth of a child and a grave…