Her annual women's conference has attracted well over 200,000 women to St. That is my goal in this new season, to provide space to let my soul breathe. None of that is good for the soul. Through inspiring stories, Biblical principles and Joyce's own valuable life lessons, there is no doubt you will discover the path to a new confidence and joy in motherhood. From her battle with breast cancer to the struggles of everyday life, Joyce speaks openly and practically about her experiences so others can apply what she has learned to their lives.
I know that a child is a precious gift, and that when we first have that little bundle at home we are filled with awe and are usually determined to fight to protect our kids but also teach them the ways of God. Practically a self help guide but not just for mothers for women on a journey with faith. So why is it that some people accomplish much more in their lives than others? I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. It is so relatable and encouraging, and I took away so many biblical truths and fresh perspectives on motherhood. Joyce Meyer discusses the way that the brain processes and stores memories and thoughts, and then - emotion by emotion - she explains how we can manage our reactions to those emotions. Like most parents, Dave and I had some kind of issue with each of our children. Joyce Meyer also discusses flaws and mistakes, why perfection can harm, and having what it takes to be the best we can be.
Although there are changes I need to make, she also shares with us that God is there to help us along the way and at the end of the day even our children make their own choices. Through practical advice and scriptural insights, Joyce will help you learn to think with purpose, gain greater confidence, and claim the fulfilling life you were meant to lead. Louis for specifically themed teachings by her and guest speakers. I think it can work for lots of different people at their own particular point in parenthood. If you missed the first post in this two-part series, you can catch it here. The reward is too wonderful for you to miss! Now, I already do this, read the bible nearly every day, but it was laid on my heart to participate in a way that would include others.
Are my kids going to turn out all right? The author discusses insecurity, and how this can rob us of joy, and other consequences. She acknowledges the difficulties and mistakes we all make, but encourages us with simple biblical truths and examples from her own life about what she's learned. I think I honestly took more out of it that way for me personally, but honestly I was sad to get to the end. The good news is they all made it and are doing fine. Her candid communication style allows her to share openl Joyce Meyer is one of the world's leading practical Bible teachers. In the author's Introduction, she discusses the importance of staying focused, being confident, and how to be strong. Sometimes messy and difficult family situations like divorce, alcoholism, abuse, or other problems make it even harder to persevere with a positive, peaceful attitude.
One of the best parts of the book in my opinion, was when she encourages moms to make sure they are taking time with God. Give it a chance if you are already a Christian, it gets more mature in the middle and end. However, the Bible warns us not to worry because it does us no good. For all my friends and mothers I may offer you advice on parenting, on life, on relationships and possibly faith but the best piece of advice i can give is to arm yourself with this book, pray with the book, teach your children with this book and most importantly love yourself, your children and your faith with this book. Set yourself up for success! Joyce also has a television and radio show, Enjoying Everyday Life, which is broadcast worldwide to a potential audience of 4. If you are looking to live with more energy, vibrancy, and emotional stability, read on. Perhaps this is why so many mothers deal with insecurity and uncertainty as they do their best to raise their children in a challenging and ever-changing world.
In this compact derivative of her best-selling book, Me and My Big Mouth, Joyce Meyer draws from personal experience and scripture to illustrate how prayer and positive words can be used to overcome every challenge that stands in the way of fulfillment. Joyce Meyer's presentation of the journey through motherhood guides the reader in the right direction, as she highlights crucial factors that influence the challenges we face, how we deal with them, and how our choices affect our lives. I have to trust that he will do that in his ways and time though because I have my own ideas about how He should work, but they are never as perfect as what he has in mind. Are my kids going to turn out all right? Create Your Account and Subscribe Already have an account? Joyce does an exceptional job at incorporating her humor as a mom in relating to us exactly where we have all found ourselves sometimes wondering just what the point is in all of this child rearing from a mom's perspective using the wisdom found in the Bible. It begins with caring for your newborn. Coach, cheerleader, confidant, chef and chauffeur--the job description of a mom is as broad as the horizon.
Joyce Meyer is an incredible teacher of the Word, she's relatable, not afraid to talk about her imperfections, she's knows the Word and makes it practical, applicable to everyday lifer. Remember, God has a plan for your life. It's not uncommon to be concerned about making a mistake or doing something wrong - but divine guidance is God's will for his children. When the temptation to give up strikes, you have someone you can turn to for help. In this four-part audio, Joyce will teach you how to focus your priorities on what is most important and accomplish your goals, so your life is more peaceful and less stressed.
This compact edition is perfect for taking God's assurance with you everywhere you go. She believes and teaches that regardless of a person's background or past mistakes, God has a place for them and can help them on their path to enjoying everyday life. Parents get out of balance when they try to manage all three parts of this process themselves. If you feel like your joy in motherhood is being overshadowed by family challenges or a swirling sense of self-doubt, I want to help you claim the confidence you need to enjoy the journey of motherhood. Coach, cheerleader, confidant, chef and chauffeur--the job description of a mom is as broad as the horizon. For me, she brought the Bible into focus. Joyce teaches moms that investing in yourself physically, emotionally and spiritually, results in huge payoffs for your family.