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“Challenging young women to raise the standard on the culture by living out the word of God in every area of life.”

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“Challenging young women to raise the standard on the culture by living out the word of God in every area of life.”

    E36: Women Following the Call: The Lion's Den - Leah Yee

    E36: Women Following the Call: The Lion's Den - Leah Yee

    When we think of global missionaries, we don't often consider how their commitment affects their families. When Leah Yee’s parents began serving when she was just 11, she was completely changed and grown. Today, we talk about the ways God has constantly been at work in her life.
    Apryl and Leah discuss the difficulties and challenges of what it was like for Leah to live in Ensenada, Mexico. She was thrust into missions and her life changed completely while on the mission field. There were times when she had trouble seeing what God was doing. But God, in his faithfulness, worked in her heart as she accepted the place God had her in for that season.
    Leah began studying at a school of worship in Ensenada, learned Spanish, and began performing with Música de Movimiento, all while learning to do missions in Mexico alongside her parents. She began in ministry young, but Leah encourages us in that God can use people of all ages for his glory. As He changes us and allows us to be thrown into “lion’s dens,” He never leaves us, and He molds us into better reflections of Himself. Listen today, as Leah tells us about how to encourage our missionaries on field and what we can do to help.
    To reach out to Leah, you can follow her on Instagram: @leah.yee
    To listen to Música de Movimiento, you can find them on Spotify and YouTube.
    To learn more about the Yee’s ministry in Ensenada, Mexico, you can find them on Facebook: Peter and Tami Yee Missions

    • 41 min
    E35: Women Following the Call: Upward and Forward Growth - Nikita Carter

    E35: Women Following the Call: Upward and Forward Growth - Nikita Carter

    Nikita Carter is a full-time musicianary with the band Christafari. Christafari uses their platform to spread the gospel to the masses through music and dance while on tour. In this episode, Nikita shares stories of healing, growth, struggle, faith and the reason all her work is worth it.
    Nikita’s stories encompass the importance of community with other godly women. She describes their frustrations and says that “sometimes you have to be quiet and gentle and let God work.” As her trust grew in God, who knows us better than we know ourselves, so her worry lessened. Nikita has seen how God has worked miracles through Christafari’s music. Their music ministers to people all over the world as they work toward telling thousands of people who Jesus is and what he has done.
    Tour life is not what it is cracked up to be. But it grew Nikita and the rest of the Christafari family as they dealt with uncertain and varying schedules. They learned lessons in flexibility and through relationships with their fellow bandmates. Nikita shared her life verse, 2 Corinthians 5:7 “We walk by faith and not by sight” and how through it, the bible became more real to her as she was rooted and grounded in it.
    We all struggle with sin in our own ways, but the bible encourages us to move forward with the teaching of “The Adulterous Woman.” Jesus encouraged the woman to leave her sin behind, and “Go, now and leave your life of sin.” We can still be used for Jesus if we are ready, willing, and available.
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    • 44 min
    E34: Women Following the Call: A Life of Abandon - Kasey Pot

    E34: Women Following the Call: A Life of Abandon - Kasey Pot

    We all have choices, but we are called to surrender and take up our cross daily. Listen, as Kasey Pot shares her own story and inspires each of us to set out and live a life of abandon for a God who is worth it.
    Kasey is a former cast member of True Girl, a show on tour designed spread the gospel to moms and their daughters ages 7-12. Their purpose is to travel through North America, sharing the truth of Jesus and the message that we are fearfully and wonderfully made.
    As much as Kasey is living the gospel now, she didn’t always know and love Jesus. She grew up in a non-Christian home, her dad becoming saved when she was 10 years old. God, in his mercy and grace, allowed her to see a change in him as he began to live out his faith. As she experienced church and youth group in middle school, Kasey confronted the lies that all young girls hear. God brought her to people who loved her and cared for her despite who she was as a sinner and God’s grace became real to her.
    We aren’t promised a pain free and easy life. Kasey lets us in to the details of how she faired spiritually and relationally while living life on tour with True Girl. Kasey welcomes us into her story of how she became a part of the True Girl team, learned to read the Word through a mentor, how to live for Jesus, and how to pursue a life in which she bears her cross daily.
    To listen to Kasey Pot’s newest releases “My King is Love” and “Adore” find her on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube. On Instagram, you can find Kasey via her handle @kasey.pot

    • 48 min
    E33: Women Following the Call - Trust in Uncertainty - Jenelle Eggleston

    E33: Women Following the Call - Trust in Uncertainty - Jenelle Eggleston

    When life doesn't turn out like imagined and expectations aren't met, we are left without hope or vision of the future. Today, Jenelle Eggleston tells of her experience with uncertainty. When we surrender to Jesus and trust that he's in control we can find peace and comfort in the unknown.
    In this episode, Jenelle tells us about her life after high school and what lead her to commit to missions. She tells us about her experience at UC Irvine over the past three years, and how she was reached, equipped, and sent out. While at UCI, Jenelle was taught valuable skills which include praying through the Psalms, reaching people relationally, and encouraging students with the Word of God. Even when life is rocky, and we don’t have a clear vision of the future we can trust that God is in control. Listen as we talk today about full-time ministry and God’s call to reach the unreached.
    If you would like more information about RUF and Jenelle’s future with missions, please reach out on Instagram @jenelleagain
    If you would like to donate to Jenelle’s vision and her work reaching students with the gospel at the National University of Colombia, please visit: www.givetoruf.org/donate/1978

    • 34 min
    E32: Healthy Boundaries (Part 2) - Linda Anderson

    E32: Healthy Boundaries (Part 2) - Linda Anderson

    Many young adults find themselves back at home for this season of life. In Part two of this session, Linda Anderson gets into the nitty gritty of familial relationships when reentering the family unit by giving us questions to ask ourselves and quick phrases to keep in mind.
    Linda explains that family is where we develop essential patterns of how we perceive the world. We must practice being aware of these patterns, the sins they cause, and our reactions to them. We must act in growth rather than memory. There is a difference between “honor” and “obey.” It is so vital to your walk to have safe people and a community you can go to, to work things out. It’s never too late ot seek counsel and a different perspective.
    Though we are surrounded by these patterns and are aware of the inappropriate ways to set boundaries, we are still responsible for acting in kindness, gentleness, and love as God -through the Bible- calls us to.

    • 28 min
    E31: Healthy Boundaries Part 1 - Linda Anderson

    E31: Healthy Boundaries Part 1 - Linda Anderson

    Today, we are discussing boundaries with Linda Anderson. Linda tells us what to look for in healthy mental, physical, and emotional boundaries. She gives us key examples of boundaries found in the bible and practical tips on how to handle building and maintaining healthy relationships.
    Linda Anderson is a graduate of Liberty University where she studied psychology, religion, and communication. She earned a Bachelor of Science and is now a biblical counselor.
    Boundaries and relationships are tricky to handle, as each situation is complex. Linda explains the difference between boundaries and rules. Rules determine the spheres of our lives, like sports and work - while boundaries operate within those spheres. The scope of boundaries and rules helps us in answering questions like, “Who’s in control?” and, “What freedoms do I have in this relationship?” During this episode, we cover how to establish proper boundaries in an appropriate way and how to identify safe people.
    Linda delves into the relationship between Galatians 6:2 and verses found in Galatians 5 that speak of when we should carry one another’s burdens and when we should carry your own load. She explains that we are responsible to others but not for others. And describes key phrases to help us be aware of when we are overstretched or have instituted poor boundaries.
    When our self-identity is rooted in Christ, that confidence extends into our other relationships. In Ephesians 4:32 we are shown why we should communicate with kindness. And in Proverbs 15:1, we look at our own emotional limits. As we grow, we gradually learn to ask questions such as, “How can I honor God with my words and attitude in this situation?” and, “What’s the best way for me to respond?”

    • 31 min

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