Discouragement, fear, and weariness are normal but they don't get the final word on your life. You serve an extraordinary Savior and that makes all the difference! Failure isn't fatal or final; you can go forward in faith. Encouragement and inspiration for Christians from Hebrews 11 and Jesus' restoration of Peter after he denied him. Other Scriptures include John 21, Luke 22, Matthew 26.

When ordinary women follow an Extraordinary Savior

Does the daily challenge of life feel like a struggle?
Is there something in your past that wrestles to define you?
Do you battle fear, discouragement, and weariness, wondering if you have something to offer or can truly be used for the kingdom?

Congratulations! You are normal. And you’re in good company. Consider how Peter must have felt after denying Christ just before his death on the cross.

But! Peter’s story didn’t end with his sin. His faith didn’t fail and his failure wasn’t fatal. John 21 records Jesus’ restoration and recommission of Peter; he went forward to impact the kingdom of God for all eternity.

Your story doesn’t end with your struggles, your fears, or your failures either. God still has a purpose for your life and He calls you to move forward until He calls you home.

You may be ordinary. But you serve an extraordinary God, a risen Savior, and His Spirit resides in you. That makes all the difference.

 

The following audio messages are based on sessions I delivered at a women’s conference.

Each message has been released as a podcast, complete with notes and synopses. However, for your convenience, all three audio files are included here in one location.

1: Lay it Down

“When Satan sifts ~ Lessons learned from Jesus’ restoration of Peter”
Listen here.
Find the podcast notes here.

Discouragement, fear, and weariness are normal but they don't get the final word on your life. You serve an extraordinary Savior and that makes all the difference! Failure isn't fatal or final; you can go forward in faith. Encouragement and inspiration for Christians from Hebrews 11 and Jesus' restoration of Peter after he denied him. Other Scriptures include John 21, Luke 22, Matthew 26.


2: Walk in Faith

“How to Develop Survival-grade Faith”
Listen here.
Find the podcast notes here.

Discouragement, fear, and weariness are normal but they don't get the final word on your life. You serve an extraordinary Savior and that makes all the difference! Failure isn't fatal or final; you can go forward in faith. Encouragement and inspiration for Christians from Hebrews 11 and Jesus' restoration of Peter after he denied him. Other Scriptures include John 21, Luke 22, Matthew 26.


3: Fix your Eyes

“How to go FORWARD from here”
Listen here.
Find the podcast notes here.

Discouragement, fear, and weariness are normal but they don't get the final word on your life. You serve an extraordinary Savior and that makes all the difference! Failure isn't fatal or final; you can go forward in faith. Encouragement and inspiration for Christians from Hebrews 11 and Jesus' restoration of Peter after he denied him. Other Scriptures include John 21, Luke 22, Matthew 26.

 

Encouraging You as You Inspire others,

Christi
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