Connecting to the Still, Small Voice

 

Questions? Frustrated? Afraid? We’ve all been somewhere in that mix the last 35+ days. It’s easy for us to get “burned out” during this time. Whether you work from home, have to go in to work, or are helping your kids with distance learning, trying to keep up the pace when you add the stress of what is happening in our world can be overwhelming. In order to keep going, its important for us to stay refreshed and the only way to do this is to stay connected to that “still, small voice” – the Holy Spirit.

Here’s a devotional (follow the link below) with some practical ideas to engage the Holy Spirit and allow Him to speak into your life in new ways. Use it for yourself and then pass it on to your Women’s Ministries group.

Read CONNECTING TO THE STILL, SMALL VOICE here.

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