When I was five years old I asked the Lord to be my savior. I was raised in a Christian household and was encouraged to go to church any time the doors were open. Throughout my life I was involved in all of the stages of AWANA, I went to morning and evening church services, and attended youth group when I was old enough. Not only was I involved in the church, but my parents and sibling as well. My personal relationship with Christ has been an interesting one. Like any relationship my relationship with Christ has had ebbs and flows, ups and downs, and sometimes has felt like a roller coaster ride. Through thick and thin Christ has been there for me whether I noticed or not.
When I was a child I was extremely neighborly and prided myself on my ability to make friends. I knew from a young age that when I grew up I wanted a job that would allow me to help others. I remember always being the child whose friends would come to for help. As I grew older it wasn’t only friends who would vent to me and ask for advice. When I was about ten years old ...
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...into motherhood and her integration as embodiment. Her becoming a mother caused her to notice her embodiment, the objectification of the female body, and her role as both a mother and psychologist. She explained that she has been called to not only be a mother or only a psychologist, but both. I loved her idea of being able to integrate her faith into her work, which led her to distinguish two separate callings.
John 15:16 “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you.” I am going to go and bear fruit for Christ. I am going to follow the calling that Christ has for my life. I am going to embody my calling with every fiber of my body. I am going to continue to learn, love, and tell my story because it is my calling to serve others.
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