Have you ever had one of those God ah-ha moments, but you ignore it because you think it is just your mind wandering? You know the ones I am talking about . . . when the same thought keeps coming back up time and time again in different situations. It seems I have been having a lot of those lately.
I have been feeling a calling to start touching people's lives through workshops that focus on helping others realize the important moments in their lives. To help people notice what really matters in their life as well as growing personally to remember the importance of taking care of themselves. While I have had this feeling for some time, it has taken me years to act on it.
Recently, I sent out a couple of messages to some of my friends at local churches to see if anyone thought there would be any interest in my workshop. One friend I had contacted forwarded over my message to the contact at her church who handles the women's ministries. Several days later I went to service at that church and after the services the lady in front of me turned around to introduce herself. When I told her my name, she said, "Aren't you the lady who is wanting to do something for the women's ministries?" As God would have it, I met the lady who is in charge of women's ministries. Out of all the ladies of that church I visited that day, I met the one person I needed to follow up with regarding my workshop. That is God giving me another ah-ha moment that He truly wants me to focus on this next journey in my life.
Have you had similar situations? What have you done about it? Ignored the feeling or acted on it? Whether it be work related, relationship issues, or just personal time to grow in Christ, I encourage you to open you mind to listen to what God has in store for you. Change is good . . . it can be scary, but with God by our side we can't fail. Trust Him to guide you through whatever journey is in store for you next.
I love spending time with God, writing, reading, snowshoeing, playing country music with my husband, my furry babies, and I am passionate about helping people recognize their potential to live life to its fullest!!!