First of all, if you’re reading this, I want to say thank you!
In entering my 30’s, I have been asking God what he has for me in life, what He wants me to do, and how He wants me to serve others.
“Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43:19
Recently, He gave me a very clear mission statement, and I am in the process of exploring how He wants me to live that out. It’s a scary process, because I have faced struggle in each of the areas He has placed on my heart, and I definitely don’t feel equipped. But I am leaning in to the promise that God doesn’t call the equipped, He equips the called! It is not by my strength that I step out into my calling, it is His strength which will carry me.
I am still in the process of discovering how I am meant to live out my mission, but I believe the first step is to speak it out and set it in motion.
“Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it.” Habakkuk 2:2
It is my hope and mission in this next season of life to exhort the women in my circle, my influence, and my community to walk in Faith, Femininity, Freedom, and Fullness.
Faith: To live in unwavering trust and surrender to our Heavenly Father. To place our hope in Him and the eternal life He gives us; not in men, material things, or our own strength. To present ourselves as a living sacrifice to Him, and to live a life of devotion to Him.
Femininity: To honor and cultivate the incredibly beautiful ways we have been created as women. To live in a way that supports our cycles. To revel in what makes us unique as women. To embrace our desire for beauty by creating beauty in, on, and around us.
Freedom: To unashamedly and with abandon, follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Unshaken by culture and the opinions of others. Unbound by ungodly expectation.
Fullness: To live a life that is full of wonder, awe, passion, and beauty. To live fully alive, not dead or apathetic in the spirit. To live fully nourished; physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Neither lazy nor striving.