Have you heard of others choosing a “Word of the Year” and wondered what that was and how they chose it? For key #1 for how to have your best year yet, Pam Farrel shares a deep dive into her process of determining a word of focus for the year and how to weave that word into your daily life. She’s even including some free worksheets. Key #2 is an invitation to a Challenge that will help set you up to make today and every day a good day despite your circumstances.
It’s the time of year when we assess what we’ve accomplished over the past year, and begin to think about goals and changes for the new year. Some people make New Year’s resolutions. Others create vision boards. Pam Farrel and I share two ideas for how to start your new year off right!
A Vinedresser of a working vineyard shares the interlinked relationship of the branches, Vine and Vinedresser from the “I Am the True Vine” metaphor in the book of John. Pam Farrel shares from her experience as a Vinedresser whose daily care of the vine caused branches to bear more fruit. She also demonstrates how you can creatively bring this passage of scripture to life through your Bible study and more fully understand Jesus’ role as the Vine and God’s role as the Vinedresser.
Do you ever get in a rut with your Bible study? Have you ever wondered “how can I make my Bible study more creative?” Or perhaps, “what’s the most effective way to study the Bible for me?” You won’t want to miss this week’s episode. My friend Pam Farrel and I will talk about how to make our Bible study time more creative!
If you’ve ever struggled in marriage or have friends or loved ones who struggle or maybe you just want to learn better how to love wise, you’ll want to tune in to the replay of this episode. I talk with Relationship Specialist, Pam Farrel, not just about loving the mate God gave us but also how to love well in marriage and in life. Pam also shares some tips at the end of the episode as encouragement for singles, widows or newly divorced people who are sad, disappointed or lonely at Valentine’s Day.