Fashioned for Faith

Why is it so easy to frequent the nagging bother of discomfort versus addressing it head-on? Many times we have witnessed or experienced repetitive cycles, such as fear, and wonder why on earth would I or anyone else keep going back to the same old same old.

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Cheryl
Love Yourself

If you are in a position of leadership you might agree that it is one of the most complicated, yet fulfilling adventures one might experience. No matter how large or small your influence, the opportunity to motivate, direct, and inspire others is thrilling.

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Cheryl
Just Fall Back

An interesting exercise in trust is falling backwards into the arms of another person. Have you ever done this?  Someone says to you, “I am going to blindfold you and will stand right behind you. And when I say ‘go’, you fall into my arms.  I promise, I will catch you.”

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Sieze the moment

It was in the  Washington, DC Metro Station on a cold January morning. A man with a violin played six Bach pieces, for about 45 minutes. During that time, approximately 2 thousand people went through the station, most of them on their way to work.

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Struggling with my faith

This past year I have really been struggling with my faith. How much did God really care about me? How real was His presence every day? I would pray these prayers that I felt never went past my bedroom ceiling; feeling empty and angry and shameful. I doubted His love and work in my life.

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Where he leads, I will follow

These words have been stirring in my heart and mind today, “Where He leads, will I follow?” Will I follow the path He has chosen to lead me down or return to what I know to be comfortable and captive in my life? The interesting thing about God is His 1, 2 and 5 year plan doesn’t always look like ours and that’s simply because God doesn’t always take us the shortest route in achieving success and fulfilling our dreams.

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Cheryl