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April 2021 ~ The Month To Not Be Afraid

This month’s theme is ” Do not be afraid”

The past year has been difficult for everyone. The pandemic has shown us sides of ourselves and lives that we thought we would never experience or see. Fear has been given a platform during these times that it does not deserve. I want to encourage you to not be afraid. Don’t be afraid of the future or current situations. God has so many reminders in His word that encourages us to fear not.

The infographic in this post give scriptures that I pray will build your faith and encourage you to not be afraid. Take your time to read and study them.

Click the graphic below to sign up for my mailing list. As a thank you for signing up you will receive an infographic showing you 5 ways you can build your relationship with God. These tips really helped me in my relationship with God when the pandemic started in 2020.

 

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March ~ The Month of Hope

 I can not believe that we are already in the month of March and about the enter the season of spring. With spring comes hope, as we leave the dark winter nights behind.

To celebrate this month I want to encourage you to join in my Youtube bible study on the book of Ruth every Friday throughout the month of March. This is a story that is full of hope and promise. Click HERE to subscribe to my channel.

My prayer is that this bible study will take you on a journey of building your faith, hope and personal devotion to God. 

As a thank you for signing up to my mailing list you will receive an infographic showing you 5 ways you can build your relationship with God. These tips really helped me in my relationship with God when the pandemic started in 2020.  

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Click HERE to read my blog post about how I built and continue to build my relationship with God.

 

 

7 Day S.O.A.P Bible Challenge

 

Join me from 15th to 21st February 2021 as I launch my S.O.A.P bible study challenge on the word “Trust”.  S.O.A.P stands for Scripture, Observation, Application & Prayer. 

For each day of the challenge, you will be emailed a scripture about trust along with an infographic that will help you through the study.

My prayer is that this challenge will take you through a journey of building your faith and personal devotion with God. 

As a thank you for signing up to my mailing list you will also receive an infographic showing you 5 ways you can build your relationship with God. These tips really helped me in my relationship with God when the pandemic started in 2020.  

Click the graphic below to sign up to my mailing list and receive information about the challenge nearer the time.

Click HERE to read my blog post about how I built and continue to build my relationship with God.

Jenny 💝

My You Version Bible App Devotionals

I absolutely love bible devotionals via the You Version Bible app. It enables me to have a great start with God’s word at the beginning of each day.

Below I am sharing eleven devotionals that I have completed from the many I have gone through over the years. My prayer is that they will minister to you as they have ministered to me.

🙏🏾Glorifying Him Through and In Our Self Care by Justine Brooks Froelker

🙏🏾Battlefield of the Mind By Joyce Meyer

🙏🏾21 Days of Rightful Relationships by Kemberly Washington

🙏🏾The Book of James by Francis Chan

🙏🏾A Woman of Valour by The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

🙏🏾Our Daily Bread – 30 Day Edition from the Daily Bread Organisation.

🙏🏾Cities of Refuge by Connilyn Cosette

🙏🏾(UN) Qualified by Steven Furtick

🙏🏾The Battles Woman Face by Whispers and Fringes

🙏🏾Beauty Marks by Linda Barrick

🙏🏾True Beauty begins in the Heart by True Images

Please click the graphic below to watch the video that accompanies this post.

Kingdom Sisters Youtube collaboration - Bible Study Essentials

Let me know in the comments below what bible devotionals you love to read.

Bible Studies ~ August 2020

As part of my mission, I have decided to share with you the bible topics and books I will be going through on a monthly basis. It’s really important to encourage each other in the Christian faith so I hope you will join me.

So here is my list for August.

Bible Reading

1 Chronicles & St Matthew. Using my Single Column Journaling Bible.

 

Bible Study

The Armour of God Bible Study by Pricilla Shirer

 

Book Reads

God’s Romantic Getaway by Jemma Regis

Angels, God’s Secret Agents by Billy Graham

 

Bible Devotionals Using You Version Bible App

Battlefield of the Mind Devotional by Joyce Meyer

 

Please click HERE to watch the video that accompanies this post and please let me know in the comments section below what you will be studying and reading.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

 

Lockdown Times – How Are You Doing?

 

How are you doing?

Honestly, I never thought that in my lifetime, I would ever experience living with a global pandemic. It is a unique and painful experience. Painful in the fact that so many people globally have lost their lives and their family will not have the chance to bury their loved ones in the way they deserve. In the UK the maximum number of people allowed to attend a funeral is five.

The coronavirus has changed our whole way of life, how we interact with each other, and it has revealed how frail our way of life has become.
The things that we valued before the pandemic are no longer critical, and the people we hold in such high esteem are now no longer relevant. We are now placing a much higher value on people in the medical profession, delivery drivers, bus and train drivers, cleaners and people who work in supermarkets. They are the new superheroes.

We have had to come to terms with ourselves as country after country instituted national lockdown. As I am writing this post, we are still under lockdown. Isolation has forced families to stop, catch up with each other and reestablish relationships.

The lockdown has also highlighted the dangerous position that victims of domestic violence will have to endure. In the United Kingdom, there has been a sharp increase in phone calls to domestic violence charities and sadly, an increase in the number of deaths.

We must all come to realise that we are a global family, and there are more things that unite us than divide us.

Leave a comment below to let me know how you are coping with the lockdown.

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Are Your Negative Habits Holding You Back?

 

We all are guilty of having some bad habits and how many times have you promised yourself that you were going to do something about them. I have personally come to realize that bad habits can hinder someone from making the progress they desire in life.

Bad habits are like the handbrake of a car, you are ready to go, but you can’t drive off because you have not released the handbrake (habit) that can provide an invisible block to receiving the best in life.

Pause for a moment and think of someone whose bad habits irritate you…….. Have you thought of someone? 🙂 Well think about it, you can see someone else’s pattern and how it affects them now think about how your harmful habits are affecting you and the perception other people may have of you. Please take time to think about this and how you intend to move forward and change or replace them.

Consider these 3 tips:-

1. Join forces with someone so they can support you in your journey. See them as an accountability partner.
2. Consider surrounding yourself with people who live the way you desire to live.
3. Cut out as many triggers as possible.

Changing habits does not occur over night it starts one step and one day at a time. Take action and start adjusting from today.

Taking Back Who You Are!

During periods of life you can give ourself away in the belief that the person you give yourself to will not take you for granted. When you give the best of yourself to someone and you have not taken the time to qualify the relationship, hurt and pain is inevitable.

I want to share with you three things that you may need to consider so you can take back who you are and start living the life that you were born to live. These three things are just to give you the push you may need to start this important process.

1. Learn to say no without feeling guilty.

2. Start investing in YOU ( take a course, start reading books that will empower you to make a change).

3. Use your failures and past mistakes to propel you forward.

Each of these points can take a life time to work out but the most important thing is for you to start working on yourself and for you to become the best person that you can be.

The Principles of Goal Setting!

 

 

“If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy and inspires your hopes.” —Andrew Carnegie

“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” —Pablo Picasso

“You have to set goals that are almost out of reach. If you set a goal that is attainable without much work or thought, you are stuck with something below your true talent and potential.” —Steve Garvey

I am already thinking about what I want to do and where I want to be in 2018. Setting goals is important for giving your life and future, direction. Your goals are a road map to success and give life to your dreams and vision.

As a life coach I have shared goal setting principles in varing degrees with my clients and I am excited to share the basics of these principles with you, so before you write your goals consider the following:

  1. Clarity – A clear, measurable goal is more achievable than one that is poorly defined. Be Specific!
  2. Challenge. The goal should have a level of difficulty in order to motivate you toward the goal.
  3. Commitment. You will need to put effort and commitment into meeting your goal. Increasing accountability by sharing your goal with someone you trust.
  4. Feedback. Set up a method to receive information on your progress toward a goal. For example If you desire to lose  40 pounds in six months and it is proving challenging to achieve then it is better to adjust the difficulty of your goal mid-way through the timeline than to give up on the goal.
  5.  Task complexity. If a goal is especially complex,   make sure you give yourself enough time and steps to give you the best chance at completing it.

You can email me at admin@heartofrefuge.org to let me know how you are getting on!

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