You can be a Catalyst Aug21

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You can be a Catalyst

Repost by Regina Williams, Titus2 founder

There are so many hurting people who desperately need to know they are deeply loved by the God who created them!  During the first week of January 2013, I attended the Passion conference in Atlanta, GA; a gathering of 60,000 college students for the purpose of "uniting students in worship and prayer for spiritual awakening in this generation."  It was an amazing time of worship and challenge, where God revealed Himself to thousands for the first time and drew thousands to a deeper walk with Him.

At the conference there was a room where the students could go to pray and be prayed for.  Some wrote down on a prayer card what they were asking God to do.  One of the prayer cards written said something like this:  "God, do you know me?  I know you say you love the world, but do you love me personally?  Do you care what I'm going through?"

When someone read me that card, my heart broke, not only for this young woman, but also because it brought back such raw feelings.  She expressed exactly what I felt during my high school and college years.  I had accepted Jesus as my Savior as a nine year old, but because I lived in a difficult home situation I felt the Lord must not care or love me personally.  I felt abandoned and all alone.  I worked hard to try to earn God's love; thinking that if I worked hard enough, He would intervene in my family.  But because things got worse long before they got better, I felt I must not have deserved His love.

That was until I was twenty-two and another woman heard my story and decided to invest in my life; modeling for me what it meant to walk with the Lord, listening to my struggles, praying for me, and loving me.  Though she could not change my family situation, she encouraged me, reminded me that the Lord was with me, He loved me, and that He would use all things for my good and His glory.

As a result of an older woman walking with me, healing and transformation started taking place in my life and I started to grow in my faith.  As a result, I want to give to other women what was so abundantly given to me.

Do you want to be a catalyst for others to connect with God and fulfill His purpose in their lives?  I am confident there are young women all around you looking to find someone who will walk with them and help them navigate through life.  I don't believe we ever fully comprehend the impact our lives can have on one another.  As we make our lives available to others, God works through us to be a catalyst for sharing His love with them.

For His glory and the next generation,

Titus2 Mentoring Women
info@titus2mentoringwomen.com

For resources to equip and guide you in your mentoring, go to www.titus2mentoringwomen.com
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You can be a Catalyst Aug21

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You can be a Catalyst

Repost by Regina Williams, Titus2 founder

There are so many hurting people who desperately need to know they are deeply loved by the God who created them!  During the first week of January 2013, I attended the Passion conference in Atlanta, GA; a gathering of 60,000 college students for the purpose of "uniting students in worship and prayer for spiritual awakening in this generation."  It was an amazing time of worship and challenge, where God revealed Himself to thousands for the first time and drew thousands to a deeper walk with Him.

At the conference there was a room where the students could go to pray and be prayed for.  Some wrote down on a prayer card what they were asking God to do.  One of the prayer cards written said something like this:  "God, do you know me?  I know you say you love the world, but do you love me personally?  Do you care what I'm going through?"

When someone read me that card, my heart broke, not only for this young woman, but also because it brought back such raw feelings.  She expressed exactly what I felt during my high school and college years.  I had accepted Jesus as my Savior as a nine year old, but because I lived in a difficult home situation I felt the Lord must not care or love me personally.  I felt abandoned and all alone.  I worked hard to try to earn God's love; thinking that if I worked hard enough, He would intervene in my family.  But because things got worse long before they got better, I felt I must not have deserved His love.

That was until I was twenty-two and another woman heard my story and decided to invest in my life; modeling for me what it meant to walk with the Lord, listening to my struggles, praying for me, and loving me.  Though she could not change my family situation, she encouraged me, reminded me that the Lord was with me, He loved me, and that He would use all things for my good and His glory.

As a result of an older woman walking with me, healing and transformation started taking place in my life and I started to grow in my faith.  As a result, I want to give to other women what was so abundantly given to me.

Do you want to be a catalyst for others to connect with God and fulfill His purpose in their lives?  I am confident there are young women all around you looking to find someone who will walk with them and help them navigate through life.  I don't believe we ever fully comprehend the impact our lives can have on one another.  As we make our lives available to others, God works through us to be a catalyst for sharing His love with them.

For His glory and the next generation,

Titus2 Mentoring Women
info@titus2mentoringwomen.com

For resources to equip and guide you in your mentoring, go to www.titus2mentoringwomen.com
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