Move Toward the Mess: Identity Influences Investment

Our works don’t determine our worth, but knowing our worth affects our works. That’s what we talked about last week. In much the same way, our identity influences our investment. Identity Influences Investment The person God created you to be gives you a huge clue into your investment ideology. To put it another way, becoming the […]

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Wisely Investing Our Worth

 As get ready to work our way through our Book Study on John Hambrick’s Move Toward The Mess (there’s still time to join!!), I want to talk about investing in the MESS. Invest is my word for 2017. I know the whole Word of the Year thing is SO January. Even though I knew it was […]

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Move Toward The Mess: Intro

Over the last couple of months, we’ve talked about our worth. Now we’re going to move into the art of making eternal investments. We are where the rubber meets the road. Where our worth meets other people’s messes. And that’s where we maximize the impact of our investment. I’m swinging big on this one and […]

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A Woman’s Worth: More than What’s in the Mirror

I’m going to tell you a secret. Something I don’t share with too many people. Which is silly because it is impossible to hide. It is, by far, the biggest thing that keeps me from feeling worthy. Worthy of my calling, or my blessings, or my husband’s love. I’m fat. Those are hard words to […]

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A Woman’s Worth: More than My Messes

I grew up believing I was valuable to God if I was good. Which was great until I started making a bunch of MESSES. You see I was a rule follower, until I wasn’t. And then the whole foundation of my faith pretty much crumbled right before my eyes. Never Good Enough Yes, God wants […]

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A Woman’s Worth: More than My Mothering

For those of us in the stay-at-home-mom camp, there is a tendency to derive our worth from our mothering skills. We seek value and validation in how well we raise the children God has entrusted to us. We have even calculated a salary exceeding $100,000 based on a 94 hour work week for ourselves. Then, […]

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