ADAPT for Leadership

 

I am living proof that sharing your story can open doors. The night I shared the story of how my identity in Christ has shaped the way I use my skills and gifts with my life group at church, God started me on a new adventure. As a result of hearing my testimony, the Minister of Women invited me to speak at her upcoming Women’s Leadership Day for all the women’s small group leaders at Highlands. Of course I accepted immediately, but then had the panicked thought: What in the world do I speak on? I’d never really spoken about leadership roles before.

While I was mulling it over, I kept circling back to the theme of my testimony: “use everything God gave you to pursue His purposes in your life, even your limitations.” However, I knew this presentation would have to be more than my testimony. I went to bed trying to figure out where to begin. During the night, The Lord woke me up with one word: ADAPT. But, only it was an acronym.

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With The Lord’s help, not only did I have a message to share with the ladies, but I wrote a  full devotional, which will be available for purchase online soon. It was something I never thought I would do, proving God’s plans are always better than mine. I was overwhelmed by the positive response from the women at Highlands. And I hope the video is an encouragement for you, too!

If you know a church or organization that would be interested in the presentation, please contact me!

“Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.” -Ephesians 3:20 

 

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