Surely I'm not the only gal that checks the weather app when she wakes up, smiles with glee when she sees 57 degrees under her hometown's name but then instantly dreads the 86 degrees that await from 1 - 4 pm that same day. So, I decided my closet needed some pieces that work well during the months of the year where the south (Houston, Texas - specifically for me) is still deciding if it'll be hot or cold.
Here we are! At the final post of my Leading Women blog series. Thanks for all your encouraging feed back. I've enjoyed sharing on this topic, so let jump right in!
Discipleship (or mentorship) is embedded into the structure of my local church. Christ’s Mercy Church, the church my husband and I planted in Katy, has three core values: Community, Transparency and Discipleship. Discipleship can only happen when one lives transparently in community with others.
About 6 years ago I took a chance. This leap of faith led to something greater than I could have imagined. It was a Wednesday night, the exact date, I can't recall. But what I do remember is this: I heard the voice of God as clear as day while in the worship portion of a Wednesday night service at the church I attended in college. In the middle of the third song, I heard God say:
I don't think I've shared about this with y’all, yet. Which baffles me because it's been such a huge part of my life over the past 3 years. Or so I thought. Because as I looked back, I realized this has been infused in my life for well over a decade. I believe every woman wants to be led, and some women, in return, want to lead others.