That verse in the above title became a mantra between my friend and mentor Sheila Davis, myself, and a bunch of ladies seated around tables. God gave Sheila a vision for a women's ministry named "Women of Grace." Through family transitions, job changes, a boat load of health issues, Women of Grace has found secure footing and I want to share it with you.
Sheila and the Women of Grace team still minister in Northeast Ohio, but they also are taking God's love and words of wisdom to women online. You can find their ministry at Women of Grace Bridging The Gap.
At our blog here we notice that our readers might not leave comments (although we'd welcome them as long as they are respectful) they come from all around the world. We don't boast big bloggy numbers, but we boast an amazing, huge, miraculous God.
The Women of Grace Bridging the Gap site does the same thing. They are in small beginnings that they are thankful for.
I encourage you to check the entire site out!
Julie Arduini is a surrendered writer with her own blog, The Surrendered Scribe. A graduate of the Christian Writers Guild, she also blogs for the Christian Writers Forum Sundays as the mommy blogger. She is active with FaithWriters and has several writings ready to publish in different books and anthologies in 2008-09. One of the books will be a quote in Kathy Vick's Simon and Schuster/Howard's gift book, "Run Like a Girl."You can also find Julie the third Wednesday of each month over at Take Root and Writewith her columns, Finding Freedom through Surrender and Marriage: Striving for Oneness. She facilitates groups by the same name at the sister social networking site, Christian Women Take Root.