Originally published Tuesday, 14 October 2014.
In this journey of abiding in Christ, it’s so important that we surround ourselves with godly women who can point us to Jesus again and again.
I’m so thrilled to share with you this video conversation I had with fellow iBelieve.com writer Kate Motaung.
Kate grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan before spending ten years in Cape Town, South Africa. She is married to a South African, has three children, and spends her days relying on the Lord’s grace and chocolate. She writes for iBelieve.com and Ungrind Webzine, and has recently become the new host of Five Minute Friday. She can be found at her blog, on Facebook, or on Twitter @k8motaung.
We chat about meeting our husbands overseas, dealing with a sense of loss after death, mothering in light of eternity, and finding women to pour into while we journey Home.
As you watch this, if you want to just play it in the background and listen to us like a podcast while you’re running around doing dishes or getting ready for work or whatever, feel free. You don’t have to sit down in front of the computer to watch us.
Click >>HERE<< to watch the video conversation.
We’re so excited that you’re joining us, and we’re praying that you’ll be encouraged today!
Day 9 Challenge: Identify two women in your life: one who is more mature in her spiritual faith than you are and one who is newer in the faith. Reach out to both of them with a text, email, or Facebook message and begin encouraging one another as you journey Home toward God.
Father, thank You for preparing a home for us to join You for eternity, and thank You for the women You’ve placed in our lives to encourage us along the way. Holy Spirit, open my eyes to see the opportunities to speak life into the women around me. Just one person today, Lord. Help me touch just one.
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