Through Suffering, I will still celebrate.

Dear Friends, If you don’t follow me on social media, you probably don’t know the details of my current circumstances. I’m enduring yet another tragedy. Just five months ago, I lost my brother. And, now, just over one week ago, I lost my beautiful mother to a heart attack. It seems as if I’m living wide awake through a nightmare that won’t...

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A Holy Awakening (The Conclusion)

  Study Overview: Today, we will talk about remembrance on the journey to awakening holiness. Key Point of Struggle: We often forget past miracles when we need brand new healing. Key Proof of Comfort: Psalm 77 Today, I work to find words as He works within me. I struggle for breath as His faithfulness breathes new life. I sit and stare...

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A Holy Awakening (Part Three)

Study Overview: This week, we discuss why we need to refocus our vision, and I tell you a little about my current trials. Key Point of Struggle: Why do we work so hard to hide our brokenness? Key Proof of Comfort: There is comfort in recognizing we aren’t’ alone. (Psalm 23:4) Part of striving for holiness is learning to, in faith, accept...

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A Holy Awakening (Part 2)

Study Overview: Last week, we talked about holiness beginning with repentance. This week we will talk about revelation. Key Point of Struggle: Many of us  struggle with thinking we will never live a holy life. Key Proof of Comfort: There is great comfort in knowing holiness has nothing to do with us and everything to do with Christ.  (See 2...

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A Holy Awakening (Part One)

Study Overview: Today, we will talk about repentance leading to holiness. Key Point of Struggle: We know the weakness of our flesh, and it often causes us to become discouraged as we strive for holiness. What does God really want? Key Proof of Comfort:  1 Peter 1:16, Leviticus 20:26...

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A Holy Awakening (A new study announcement)

Holiness is one of those words I have a hard time grasping. I’m a sinner, and though I’m fully aware I have, and need, a Savior, I’m also aware of my wrong doings on a daily basis. In terms of who I am, I don’t feel as if I identify with the word holy. I reserve that declaration for Jesus: my God and King.  So, what does the Word say about who...

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My name is Jennifer. I love to teach women how to activate their life’s purpose through the study of Scripture. I promise that the more time you spend in the Word, God WILL speak to you and guide you to your purpose!

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for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness,
that the man of God may be complete,
thoroughly equipped for every good work.

2 Timothy 3:16-17

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