- Find a lasting way to take care of yourself through the ups and downs of life.
- Realize prayer is the lifeline to your wellbeing and those around you.
- Learn how to practice prayer as a healthy habit.
In this series, you are not just going to read about prayer. I want you to be able to practice prayer. I honestly believe the best way to master prayer is to just do it.
Each blog post will include prayer guidance and a prayer for you to use.
I also want us to pray together. Jesus said, “where one or two are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst.” We might not be able to come together in person, but let’s not limit God to a physical location. We can meet together online and pray for each other. So, share your prayer requests in the comments of each post, and write out a prayer for a person who needs it.
Let’s become a band of Bold Women who Pray Boldly for our Wellbeing.
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When a crisis hits we want to be mentally and emotionally strong.
I received an email from my friend giving details about her neighbor who had cancer. The cancer had been misdiagnosed and now nothing could be done — the weight loss, commode and hospital bed arriving at her home across the road — was not …Read More →
I’m sure like me, you’ve experienced those symptoms as you’ve sat in the doctor’s office waiting for results, gone for an interview for a new job, or heard a loved one is seriously ill.
However, the American Institute on Stress says this type of activity does not help.
Instead, they recommend to effectively combat stress and improve overall wellness, we need to …Read More →
However, an hour later I was still awake and still restless.
Prayer should be the solution. If we talk to God about what’s making us anxious, the Bible says we will feel at …Read More →
As I began to write about overcoming anxiety, I laid awake, for what seemed like hours, in the night worrying.
In the darkness I agonized over a hard conversation I needed to have with someone close to me. I worried how they’re might react. Would they get angry with me? Although if they did, it would really …Read More →
The purpose of the study was to learn how the brains of children with …Read More →