Whether it’s an intimate relationship, a family member, or a friend you’ve known since childhood, healthy boundaries are crucial to living a joyful and peace-filled life. Achieving this starts with cultivating an attitude of “no.”
However, we as a generation have begun to stray away from the “manager” type of boss, as we prefer someone who is relatable and personable. This type of leadership style is called “Servant Leadership.”
Come at me summer, fire away. I’m armed with scriptures, journaling, positive friendships, helping others, and I’ve got my helmet of righteousness that converts every negative thought into positive charges.
Eventually, however, I learned that prayer can look like a lot of different things, and incorporating different types of prayer into our lives can actually enhance our relationship with God by connecting us to Him in new ways.
A continual self-evaluation of the positioning of our hearts is vital to ensure we are receptive to the word of God. This also includes us being obedient to God; that when we receive his word we don’t just sit on it, but we take it and run with it.
I can’t tell you what to and to not watch. Clearly, neither can anyone else because that scene gets ugly fast. That ladies, is up to you. I have had to cut out some very entertaining television because it was not good for my soul. I can watch things my friends can’t, my friends can watch thing I can’t.
Our society and our generation have suffered through enough. It is time we stand up for what Jesus would and make a change. It is time that instead of watching the world around us, we take a stand and take action to change the destruction of humanity into kindness.
As His daughter, He equips me – with skills, talents, and experiences. When I rest in that truth, I’m courageous in who I am because of who He is. It’s easier for me to recognize when He wants me to step up and do the hard thing when I see my circumstances through His perspective of me.
There are conferences and workshops on working through father-wounds and redeeming your heart from the way it’s been recklessly uncared for, but where’s the mom-wound workshops and conferences? In reality, more people than we’d expect are facing hurt from their moms.