Joy. Peace. Hope. Love. Faith
These four words fill Christmas cards. Are found on wrapping paper and gift bags. Written in seasonal party invites. Etched into pretty glass ornaments. Sung in Christmas carols.
The four words of the She Who Honors gift series this Christmas season. Last week we gave the gift of joy. Let’s give the gift of peace this week.
The Pittsburgh Dave and Buster’s will never be the same. This past August the staff of a big local church swarmed the place for a day of teambuilding.
Church operations team pitted against the communications ministry in Super Shot arcade basketball. Associate pastors undercut each other in the Skee ball tourney. Worship team sang with all their might in desperation to defeat children’s ministries in the Daytona car race.
Men and women of all ages, colors and sizes laughing and hollering together in true friendship. An awesome sight to see. A rarity in this world.
What’s so different about this group of people?
I give all thanks to Jesus! Thank you Jesus for all you have done, will do and are doing in our lives.
I thank you, faithful readers, too. Many of you have encouraged, emboldened and empowered me to continue She Who Honors mission of sharing God's words and His love.
In January 2018 Oprah’s acceptance speech during the Golden Globes award went viral. I didn’t watch it or listen to it – and still haven’t – but I couldn’t hide from three words she spoke. This trinity went viral.
Starting Tuesday November 12, 2019 every girl can know her worth, making the world a different place. This movement starts with the launch of the colorful interactive booklet WORTH MORE THAN DIAMONDS. Empowering girls with an uplifting message - truth of their worth.
No this isn’t a Halloween post promoting evil.
We all have a dark side. What is your dark side? This is a question all Christ – followers need to ask of themselves. Read on to uncover your hidden dark side and bring it to light.
Fall is a bittersweet time of year. The sunny hot days of summer are now cooler. The green lushness of the trees turn to beautiful striking golds, reds and oranges. And the daylight slowly dims earlier each evening. Fall is the herald of winter.
We all have a story in our past that may cause us to feel guilt, shame, pain, depression and etc. These stories matter and shape our lives. However, the toxic effects may linger in our future stories which can hinder us from living a rich life. Discover how to find freedom from guilt, shame and /or pain and start the healing process.
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Christina Leeman MPH, CHES, writer and health educator, emboldens women to be the She Who Honors God with her all - body, thoughts, words, actions.
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