Each Kingdom Woman has a ministry to another woman through the local church. ~Chrystal Evans HurstI prayed about it and felt God had brought me to a place as an adult where I could look back at where I was, what I went through, and where He brought me to, in order to share my testimony with those young women who were in that season of life. My heart went out to the young ladies whose relationships with their mothers were strained because of the choices they'd made and I shared that I, too, had once had a strained relationship with my mom, but eventually, we became closer than ever. I remember looking into their eyes and seeing glimmers of hope knowing that they weren't alone in their circumstances and their future was not doomed because of their current station in life. I remember just thanking God for the opportunity to speak with them and for giving me the right words to say.
The misery in one season of life may prepare you for the ministry in the next! ~Chrystal Evans Hurst
Every woman has learned something no matter how far down the road she has gone. The question is not whether there is someone you can disciple, train, or model. You just have to stop and ask the Lord who that person is! ~Chrystal Evans Hurst
God wants you to live in a way that leaves room for Him to tell you how to spend your time, whom to spend time with, and how to best express yourself in the context of engaging others. Leave margin—make room for the activities and people whom God wants in your life. ~Chrystal Evans HurstReading this book and going on this journey has helped me reconnect, realign, and refocus my priorities. I decided in advance to say, "Yes", to His will. Do I still get jitters? Ummmmm... Yes! However, I've learned that when I'm committed to what The Lord wants, I can do more than I could ever imagine. With Him, the possibilities are endless. No fear. No excuses!