Today, I will identify as His Beloved. I am who He says that I am. How does Jesus see us? Worthy of His blessings Enough for what He has called me to be Loved for who He created me to be Fearfully & Wonderfully Made His Creation
January 31, 2022
Joann Thornton, President, and Barbara Braswell, Secretary, along with Social Media Team Members Hannah Fierge and Celine Thornton, hosted a Missouri Ladies Ministries Facebook Live Event on Friday, December 10, 2021 in Lebanon, Missouri. It was a fun night filled with interaction from the Facebook audience as we played Christmas games and gave away $25 gift cards to Starbucks or Marshalls to 12 winners!
In our latest devotion from our Facebook page Sis. Rachel Coltharp shares a wonderful illustration of
removing the tarnish in your life and allowing the beautiful details of your life to shine through.
We are regularly posting a variety of content to our social media pages. Monday Motivation with Joann Thornton, Craft Corner with Marsha Robinson, Devotions with special guests, Special Interest posts for food, fashion, hairstyles and more. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!
Nona Freeman, author of the recommended book “Keeper of the House”, walked by faith in her physical health.
When we consecrate our health and physical bodies to the Lord, He will provide, heal and deliver in every need.
Physical Health is not only about our calorie intake. It is the care of our whole body!
Beautifully and wonderfully made – you are the perfect creation. Let’s be the best stewards of our entire body as we walk this journey with Jesus.
Hair Health Focus:
Invest in healthy and rewarding products for your hair || Your shampoo & conditioner can make or break your hair but don’t have to break the bank. Small trick to finding the best : stay away from lots of chemicals and fragrances and stick to the ingredients you can pronounce.
Take a supplement that encourages hair health || We recommend Vitamin B or Biotin which can also be consumed through eating whole grains, seafood and dark leafy greens.
Dress it up & Dress it down || Find a new hairstyle that you can do. Don’t get us started on how this boosts your mental health too! On the flipside – Choose a day of the week or an evening to let the conditioner soak for a few hours then go natural.
Skin Health Focus:
Find a routine that works for you || There are so many facials and products – how could you ever find the right one?! Start with washing your face daily and applying a small dab of sunscreen – then go from there. Your skin will let you know what it needs!
What we put in – will show it’s face || If your skin is on the struggle bus – check your diet. We once had to make a food journal to realize what was causing inflammation and breakouts!
Appreciate the journey || Every season of life presents a new story. Our skin breaks out during our teen years or even our mid-thirties (40s, 50s…) and then there are days when we have “princess skin” (or it’s the best we have ever seen it). We have aging signs and full on aging. We have sun spots and scars. All of us have skin stories. Take time to glance in the mirror at your fearfully and wonderfully created journey and appreciate the creation
This month we are excited for a health reset.
We welcome 2021 and want to begin by concentrating our focus on the Physical, Mental, Spiritual and Emotional Health of our bodies. Our pursuit is to see MO Ladies and beyond recognize our minds and bodies as living temples belonging and devoted to the Lord.
WEEK ONE | Physical Health Focus