Strong woman of God in the making

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Strong woman of God in the making

Strong woman of God in the making

“In the same way, the women are to be worthy of respect, not malicious talkers but temperate and trustworthy in everything.” 1 Timothy 3:11 I can not count the number of times I have looked at a woman and think “Wow! She is such a strong woman!” Isn’t it true that we sometimes think that way when a woman exhibits a strong personality? Or when she comes across as having a tough, no-nonsense attitude or is overly confident in her independence? Wanting to be a strong woman I’ve referred to myself as a strong woman in the past, probably for

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Are you fighting to be her

Are you fighting to be her

My Grandmother was a strong woman and she took every opportunity she could to empower me through spoken words. This particular day was no exception. “One day you are going to make a very good nurse.” Those words were the sweet reward she gave me for nursing a wound on her leg until it was healed. Words that has led me to a 29 year career in nursing, thus far. Even at the early age of six she saw my potential and, though the journey was often difficult, I am glad I did not give up fighting to accomplish. But

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Our past does not define who we are

Our past does not define who we are

We all want our life to count for something. We want to feel, not only that we are important, but that we indeed have purpose. But our past wants to interfere with this concept. The thing is, we all have a past that tells a story. For some, it is a good story. Yet for others it’s a story that may be distasteful according to social, ethical or moral standards. Whether it was something done to us or the consequence of our own choosing, we often walk around dogged by our past. And it is a past we are allowing

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When we struggle with our self worth

When we struggle with our self worth

How do you feel about yourself? We are bombarded every where we turn with images and articles that communicate to us what we should look like and how we should feel about our self. Whether we are sitting in front of the television set or standing in line at the grocery store, these messages are constantly coming at us and have a very powerful impact on how we think. It shouldn’t be surprising that the advertising industry is responsible for creating some of the insecurities women face on a daily basis. They pressure us to maintain a level of beauty

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