Christian women, Community, Love, Mentoring, Purpose

Has the church left the building?

"Elvis has left the building." This is a phrase that announcers often used after concerts to disperse audiences who lingered in hopes of an encore. It has since become a catchphrase and a punchline in American pop culture. In 2020 many have wondered – "has the church has left the building?" During the absence of… Continue reading Has the church left the building?

Boundless Sisterhood, Christian women, Community, Mentoring

Dyed-in-the-wool or Teachable: Boundless Sisterhood

The Bible refers to Christians as sheep, the dyed-in-the-wool type. They are incorrigible and resolute in their actions. Sheep are cute and fluffy but fall prey to wolves and get in all kinds of trouble. They are not the most intelligent animal on four feet, but cute. Sheep also can be pliable, in other words… Continue reading Dyed-in-the-wool or Teachable: Boundless Sisterhood

Boundless Sisterhood, Christian women, Community, Mentoring

Mentoring Benefits the Community: Boundless Sisterhood

Steve Jobs mentored Mark Zuckerberg. Warren Buffett mentored Bill Gates. Audrey Hepburn mentored Elizabeth Taylor. Biblical examples of mentors are Moses and Joshua, David and Solomon, and Elijah and Elisha. As famous as these mentors and mentees are, the most profound mentor was Jesus Christ, he disciple or mentored the twelve. Mentoring done right is… Continue reading Mentoring Benefits the Community: Boundless Sisterhood

Boundless Sisterhood, Christian women, Community, Identity, Mentoring, Purpose

Boundless Sisterhood

Not Your Mamma's Women's Ministry What if you knew who you were in Christ, knew your purpose, and were encouraged to keep running your race by a group of sisters who were running the path before you? When you stop running, they slow down, come beside you, and let you know that you can do… Continue reading Boundless Sisterhood