How to Keep Leading When You Feel Like Falling Apart

5 things to do when you face tragedy and turmoil
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It took time for me to heal from the loss I experienced. But looking back, I now see how God was there, surrounding us with his love, guiding us with his gentle hand. My family and my friend’s family still remain close, and we know love and compassion like never before. Because of this journey, I’ve learned the value of relationships. God also taught me an important truth. If we don’t walk through hardships in healthy ways, women can fall victim to guilt, self-doubt, and burnout. But if we cling to him and seek out the wisdom in his Word, he will guide our lives and ministries into hope and healing. We will find the desire to keep leading and experience blessings and joy like never before.

Kristine Brown is a communicator at heart who teaches about God’s powerful, relatable Word. She is the author of Over It. Conquering Comparison to Live Out God’s Plan and founder of the non-profit organization, More Than Yourself, Inc. Kristine writes about her God-story and helps others discover their own at www.morethanyourself.com.

September26, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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