Faith

Branching Out

Last time, I shared my personal theme for 2018 and how it came about. Shortly after, my husband shared with me and the kids, this year’s theme for our family based on Isaiah 43:19:

Behold, I will do a new thing,
Now it shall spring forth;
Shall you not know it?
I will even make a road in the wilderness
And rivers in the desert.

And truer words were never spoken! We’re seeing things spring forth in our personal lives, our family, and even our church—where our pastor’s referred to this verse often. Coincidence? I think not!

By the Way

Ladies, who you join your life to in covenant is extremely important. Don’t be casual about who you give your worship or your hand in marriage. Because, one, there’s only one Lord. And, two, every man you meet isn’t worth submitting to. I thank God my husband can hear from Him and cast the vision. It makes ALL the difference. So, choose wisely. Anyway, I digress!

The year is still new. Are you branching out and doing a new thing?

New Endeavor

One of those “new things” launched last week. Vine Life Faith branched out with a new website for women called She Believes. We’ll feature articles and resources to help her be intentional about what she’s thinking about, whether single or married with children.

Because thoughts become beliefs and what she believes changes everything.

Ladies, I’d love for you to join me over there as well. We can put down our masks and speak the truth with each other in love. Doesn’t that sound refreshing!

 

 

…and what she believes changes everything.

she-believes.com

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