A Woman Seeking to Know Her God in a Season of Arrival

Darcee and I met Kathleen at an event at my mom's place (Lydia's House) in Brenham. She was immediately likable and knowable--both trustworthy and trusting. She creates an environment of openness and point us to the Lord's presence, likely without knowing she is doing it. I think it was her authenticity and willingness to share about her journey that first gave Darcee the idea for this series. I hope you'll enjoy her words below.

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A Woman Seeking to Know Her God After a Season of Anxiety

Kelli is honest and open and also hilarious! She has more than once offered me (and countless others) the freedom to be myself because she has been bold enough to be herself. Her freedom makes room for us to walk in freedom, and I hope you will hear that invitation below. It is from the Father, straight from His daughter's mouth (or...keyboard, in this case)!

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A Woman Seeking to Know Her God in a New Transition

I love the season of life that Macy finds herself in these days. Loving it isn’t me saying that it isn’t hard, but that I find her in a season of saying yes. Of exploring. Of newness. Of trusting. It’s encouraging to me to see someone doing something different. Allowing themselves to walk away from comfort and into the unknown believing that her God is coming with her. What would the rest of us do or walk towards if we fully knew, believed and trusted that He really, really would be with us too?

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A Woman Seeking to Know Her God and Abide in Him

Corlischa is a woman who, in every season of life, presses in close and seeks to know the Lord with passion and fervor. She's also honest about where she is struggling and invites the same kind of honesty in return. I've been pushed closer to Jesus by her willingness to challenge and encourage and seek the Lord alongside of me. I hope that her honesty below invites your own transparency with the Lord and with others in whatever season you find yourself.

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A Woman Seeking to Know Her God When She Doesn't Understand Him

The best word I can think of to describe Arie is "intentional." She's intentional in her prayers, in her devotion to God, in her faithfulness to her friends, in her work and in her church. She is honest and open and willing to confess what she does not understand, and I think you'll see in her writing the way that her own honest opens the way for us all to be honest and vulnerable before the Lord and each other.

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