#BeBoldGirl

Be Bold. Honestly, isn’t that how you want to live your life?

Not in a disrespectful or brash kind of way, but being confident and courageous in your day-to-day activities, and especially when you face problems and difficulties.

I want to get out of bed each morning knowing I can do it. I want my daughter to believe she is strong enough and she can do it. I want the woman in my neighborhood or across the other side of the world, who may not have the same opportunities as myself, to know that she can live boldly, too.

I want YOU to know you can do it.

The #BeBoldGirl series shares personal stories of women like you and me who are overcoming challenges by being bold.

Stories range from one #BeBoldGirl deciding to step out in faith and leave her job and secure income, to another #BeBoldGirl facing the challenges of a husband developing Alzheimer’s.

So, I am sure you will be able to find something to empower you to be venturesome in your own life, and in your journey with Jesus, whether you are starting out or you have been walking with him for many years.

If these stories encourage you, I’d love to send you the #BeBoldGirl posts straight to your inbox. Oh, and don’t forget to leave a comment of encouragement for the writer, too.

 

If you have a #BeBoldGirl story you would like to share, submit it here!

Having The Courage To Enjoy Using Your Gifts by Carrye Burr

I am delighted to have Carrye Burr as our #BeBoldGirl this week. Carrye is an excellent writer with truths to share about how we can all use our gifts boldly and not hold back. Make sure you check out Carrye’s …

Boldly Surrender

Today I welcome Michele Edwards as our #BeBoldGirl as she challenges us to give up the security of our comforts and surrender areas of our lives where we like to be in control. Welcome, Michele.

Uncertainty …

Stepping Out in BOLD Faith

I am thrilled to have Paula Sorrells-Beene, friend and teammate from reNEW – retreat for New England Writing, as the #BeBoldGirl this week. …

Be BOLD To Put It Out Front

Please welcome my new friend Ginny Priz to the #BeBoldGirl series. Ginny’s story will inspire you to ask what brokenness in your life needs to be put out front so others can see your healing.  Welcome, Ginny!

Put it out …

Be Bold Enough to Trust

Kim Goodfellow is our #BeBoldGirl today, sharing how she boldly made a career change. She talks about how God  led her to do more than she imagined.  Welcome, Kim!

I managed to shut the door to my office …

Do you have a dream you are afraid will never become reality?  Our #BeBoldGirl Evonna Surrette will inspire you to move out of your comfort zone and take a bold step to make it happen.  Welcome, Evonna!

Choosing to be BOLD When it Scares You

Wow! How would you feel getting in front of a television camera? Nervous? Read Paula Mosher Wallace’s #BeBoldGirl story as God tells her to share her story of abuse across the world. Perhaps God is calling you to step out of your comfort …

When I Boldly Walked Back to God

If you’ve turned away from God, do you know he loves you unconditionally? Kayla Nelson shares her #BeBoldGirl story with us this week. Let her words encourage you to boldly walk back to him. Welcome, Kayla.

God doesn’t really love you. I told myself.

He doesn’t hear …

I had to be bold in my authenticity and intimacy with my heavenly Father. No longer did I come to Him with a put together life. I was a mess. I could no longer pretend life was okay. It wasn't.  It was time to be real with God. 

So often when we’re struggling and feel vulnerable, we want to be self-sufficient. It’s hard to accept help from other people. #BeBoldGirl Karen Smith shares her story of how she had to be bold and become dependent …

Being Brave in the Middle of Infertility

A big welcome to Shannon Ketchum, this week’s #BeBoldGirl, as she shares her story about infertility and her support ministry for women who are struggling with shattered dreams of having children. Welcome, Shannon.

I dreamed the same thing that all little girls dream – to meet my …

Welcome to Liz Giertz, this week’s #BeBoldGirl. Her fear of failing and excuses nearly stopped her stepping out in being obedient to what God called her to do and discovering there are rewards when we do.

This week I welcome Shelley Black as a #BeBoldGirl. If you, or a girlfriend, sister or daughter, are in a season of being single, Shelley’s story will give you strength and a fresh perspective.

Sometimes being bold is as simple as wearing a bright shade of red lipstick, with simple …