Women Elevated

Monday, January 6, 2014

As a life coach, I’m called on to help people get unstuck. Some people need to move forward in a relationship. Some want to bring organization into their life. Some want to have a better job performance. Everyone I coach is looking to improve their life in some way and just want a little help in moving forward. Everyone wants to move up or forward but no one wants to go back or down. One of my favorite old hymns is “Higher Ground.”

I’m pressing on the upward way,
New heights I’m gaining every day;
Still praying as I’m onward bound,
“Lord, plant my feet on higher ground.”

The beginning of a new year is a good time to do a life check to see if there is an area where you want to move upward or onward. Do you want God to lift you to higher ground? He wants to help you move to new heights. He wants to elevate you. What is the next step you need to take to move to higher ground? Do you need to make some changes in habits? Become more focused? Live more joyfully? Become more healthy? Is your next step to find a Life Coach or a mentor to give you encouragement? 

Consider attending our CUMC Women’s Ministry’s first worship service for women by women this Sunday night at Christ UMC at 4:00. WE , Women Elevated, is a one of a kind worship experience uniquely designed for women and created to help you start your new year in a positive and uplifting way. The service will feature the stories of our Women’s Network of Life Coaches and Counselors: Rev. Annette Flynn, Dr. Cathy Turner, Dr. Kim Eckert, Pam Johnson, and Ruth Bresson. Olivia McKeehan will lead us in praise and worship, and we will see the world premiere of a portion of Esther Elevated, a musical written by Grammy award winning artist Michael Huseman. This will be a “can’t miss” event so mark your calendars and plan to join us in the Commons on Sunday, January 12, 4:00-5:30. Childcare is provided.

Come and reflect on your next step in this season of life. Come get elevated!


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