Crisis has a way of affecting our vision. We need not look too far to see all the crisis that has affected our world on a global level just in the last year with COVID-19. And that's not even taking into account the personal crises you may have taking place right now in your own life. It’s so easy to focus on all we think we have lost, what we don't have or what we can’t do. We can easily miss what God may be trying to get us to see. Today, I want to challenge you to look again in the midst of the crisis you may be facing, and think about this question as we learn from a widow in 2 Kings 4:1-7.
Category: Financial Health
LIW222’s post highlights to encourage, empower and challenge you
Whether you're new to the blog/website or have been here for a while, I want to sincerely say thank you for stopping by and reading. I decided for this month's blog to highlight some of the posts written in the past that I pray will continue to encourage you in your relationship with the Lord...
[Free resource] Breaking free to financial peace
In the midst of this holiday season, sometimes it can seem impossible to even imagine having financial peace. Yet, with God, all things are impossible. This month's resource is by far one of the ones I truly enjoyed creating. It's not too late to begin your debt free journey. If you...
[Free resource] 2020 WHOLEness goals worksheet and guide
Happy New Year sis! Praying that 2020 is the year you fall more in love with Jesus, run hard after Him with reckless abandon and that you continue to become His best RIGHT now while you are waiting. He has so much in store for you! Attached is a...
Bye Bye Navient: 3 Things That Helped Me Pay Off My Undergrad Loans
If you have been reading this blog for any period of time, you know I can get on my soapbox, i.e. become very passionate about several subjects...Today, my advice is about finances, specifically student loans and how I was finally able to say bye bye to Navient after many years.