Woman, do you ever feel like a dead tree, even though you know God has filled you with living water and knowledge/wisdom that needs to be shared? Well, be encouraged. Do what's necessary to go from feeling like a dead tree to BEing/sharing the fruitful, flowering tree that God has made you and wants to contiue to make you.
Isaiah 61"For the Spirit of the Lord God is upon me;.." https://www.biblegateway.com/audio/mclean/kjv/Isa.61
Jan - Job's Wife
Feb - Cast Away
Feb - Don't!
Feb - Stand
May - 'Pay" Yourself
June - For By One Man's Obedience
June - Mary Sat. Jesus Let Her
July - TPM It's Not Dead (aired 2006)
July - MOVE! (2002)
July - In The Presence of My Enemies
August - Broken. Humble. Stewardship of Your Gift.
July - Boundaries
June - Resumes'
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Oct - Mistaken for the side piece.
July - I Cor 7:34 - An Observation, not a Command.
May - Women, we change the atmosphere.
March - Women's History:
Black Women Preachers;
No More Smallin' Up of Me; Our Greatest Fear.
February - Valentines...daily!
Dec - Christmas..don't get too deep.
Nov - Happy Thanksgiving!
October - That's not worship.
August - The devil is a liar!
July - Where do you f-i-t?
June - "No" instead of "Go".
April - Let them "kill" you.
March-Woman, You are good
February - What ministry is calling you?
January - Woman, Go!
November-Don't be a Jonah.
October - It's Time for a new
September - Youth, here is something you can conquer.
July - Passive/Aggressive Leaders.
June - It's hard to leave.
May - Woman, why are you
April - Passive/Aggressive people.
March - God will give you His
own special pulpit
Feb - Rejection can be a blessing.
January - Snakes in your life.
Inclusion ro Not? Which one are you?
Augsut - Move!/Sometimes You Gotta
Leave Home To Be Blessed
January - So what?
August - But I Wrought For My Names Sake
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The man in the picture below is not unashamed.
In the Holiness denomination, I remember when Ministers are called forth or to the conference room, all go.
In some places, the accompanying minister wives/daughters/Mothers/etc are left out, the pastors are acknowledged as "The pastors and their wives" assuming the pastors are all male in a large gathering, and husbands of a ministerial couple are assumed to have been licensed and ordained before the wife and therefore considered more experienced and more deserving of recognition and inclusion. The man who insists on bringing his minister wife in the room with him is because he is bold enough to speak up and effortlessly include her, which to NOT DO is part of being a-s-h-a-m-e-d (Rom 1) to claim ALL of what is relative to Christ.
Who are you? The included? The excluded? The one who speaks up? The one who is ashamed?