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Faith, I AM

I Am: Salt of the World

Salt has many purposes; just as we, as young Christian women, do. Salt is more than just an ingredient, and we are more than millennial women. We are called to be the metaphorical ‘salt’ of the Earth, but what does that look like, as girls who are passionate about Christ but…

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I Am: Finished

We are what Jesus says we are, but we don’t have to work at keeping that up. We don’t have to make sure that we are always showing everyone how complete we are. It is already done. We are already made perfect in Jesus.

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I Am: Worthy

Worth can be a struggle for many young girls. But, finding our worth in Jesus instead of our worldy actions will always bring us greater joy and satisfaction. 

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I Am: Enough

I am not good enough. I am not pretty enough. I am not cool enough. I am not trendy enough. I am not skinny or strong enough. I am not this, and I am not that enough. The list can and will go on forever. To overcome these destructive thoughts…

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I Am: Complete

We are complete when we find our desires in line with the Lord’s. When we are striving after things of the heavenly realms, and not the ever changing ways of this world, then we will find completion and contentedness. 

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I Am: Capable

On your own, you may be functioning and accomplishing things; moving forward in your life and making great memories BUT think about how much more you could be having if you are doing all of those things with 100% trust and reliance on God and consciously seeing yourself in the…

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I Am: Never Alone

Loneliness is often thought to be a place of solitude, something that only one person feels at a time. More often than not, there is always someone who feels just as alone as you are. God has never left His people, and He never will. He is always there, and…

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I Am: Forgiven

Forgiveness is something that is freely given to all followers of Christ. It’s easier said than done to accept His forgiveness, though. Saying sorry may be easy to say in day-to-day life, but sometimes it’s harder to say sorry to the one who accepts all apologies. 

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