Growth takes time. Jesus’ model for discipleship was intentional, relational, and patient. He intentionally invested in the lives of a handful of disciples who went out and invested relationally in the lives of others. The growth of Jesus’ ministry did not happen overnight, and you should not expect quick growth for your group either. Be… [Read More]
Have you ever been to a Mom Heart or Lifegiving Home live event? As a Mom Heart group leader or attendee, it can be incredibly inspiring to gather together with other like-minded mothers. Sally and Joel have teamed up to offer several Lifegiving Home events this summer. Let’s hear Sally’s thoughts on these. As our… [Read More]
Are you giving from a full spirit or striving from an empty one? Here are some ideas to help you fill your own spirit so that you have an overflow to give. Family: It should be self-evident, but sadly too often it isn’t—if your life at home is out of order, then your spiritual life… [Read More]
If prayer is you speaking to God, then reading His Word is God speaking to you. The truth of the Scripture is food for your mind—spiritual nourishment for growing in maturity, faith, and wisdom. There is “milk” for the immature believer, and there is “meat” for the mature (Hebrews 5:11-14). God’s Word is “living and… [Read More]
“When hearts meet, ministry happens.” Do you believe this? Are you intentionally connecting with someone else’s heart? Try reaching out to someone this week with kindness and see what happens! Quote from Taking Motherhood to Hearts.
What Is Our “Ministry Values Statement”? The term “covenant” may sound a little formal or serious to you, but it is really just a way to say, “I agree. I’m on board.” Our “Ministry Values Statement” is an informal covenant. It’s not a law and we don’t require you to sign something to prove your… [Read More]