In the last blog post, we talked about how to live a lit life. If you haven’t checked it out, be sure to check it out. But let’s dive right back into part 2!
Many times in the Bible, fire is synonymous with the presence of God and His glory. God wants our lives to be so illuminated with His love and power that people can see the light in our lives from a distance. He wants it to be contagious. And I believe if you’re reading this, there’s a light in your life that God desperately wants to turn on so that you can shine bright for His glory and advance His Kingdom.
We are back with part 2 of gender equality and the gospel. If you haven’t read part 1, be sure to check it out. But let’s dive right back into my interview with Kelly Symone and our discussion about her newest book, Crowned: Gender Equality and the Gospel!
I’m super excited because, in this blog post, we’re going to be talking about a book that my friend, Kelly Symone, wrote called Crowned: Gender Equality and The Gospel. And I got to tell you, this book is so good! It talks about a lot of controversial topics that we don’t talk about in church so I hope that you enjoy!
Have you ever wondered how to talk to God daily or how to hear from Him? Developing intimacy with God comes from being able to hear His voice as a result of the time you spend with Him. And as your relationship with God gets stronger, He will begin to reveal His secrets to you (the amazing plans and purposes that He has for your life), but you’ll need accountability and discipline to see the fullness of those plans and purposes manifest.
There’s a temptation to hide behind God rather than partnering with Him to pursue your destiny (especially in church). The tendency is that you have to be perfect or have a specific type of image in order to be loved by God or accepted by people. We try to wear masks like placing our identity […]