For me, I choose to believe that there is a Higher Power that understands how much time needs to develop, that is observant and has vision.Barb Roose
- We often pivot so quickly that the plan doesn’t have enough time to work.
- Growth and change always take place at a slow pace.
- Some difficult seasons may last days, while others may last decades.
- Hope provides strength when we feel weak and direction when we feel lost.
- Every personal and professional breakthrough requires the extended effort that precedes it.
- Not one ounce of our effort today is wasted tomorrow.
- Every moment matters, and every choice counts.
- Challenges in life are not a disruption but an essential part of our path forward.
- The first step to trusting the process is often trusting another person.
- Chaos does not need to be catastrophic.
- What can I learn?
- What should I lean into?
- Who must I listen to?
- What do I need to let go of?
- How do I want to leave this season?
- Identify those individuals who can offer encouragement when you feel most uncertain and insecure.
- Ask yourself, “Who am I in the process of becoming?” and “Is this the person I want to become?”
- Explore what it looks like to trust the process through a spiritual lens by investing in Barb’s Surrendered devotional or Bible study
Struggle Is Normal
Let’s be honest – life is hard. It’s always been hard, and it will always be hard. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and author Amy Seiffert share their approach to navigating the day-to-day difficulties of life.
Progress Over Perfection
Sometimes the size of our goals is the greatest barrier to achieving them. This week, Dr. Michael Brown is joined by first-time guest and Three Words Podcast producer Greg Jenkins as they re-evaluate whether pursuing the best is actually best.
This Will Pass
As thousands of people have died and millions have fled as refugees from the war in Ukraine, these are dark and sobering days. But there is a light at the end of each tunnel and peace around the corner of each battle. This week, Dr. Michael Brown is joined by Danijela Tomic as she reflects on her experiences living through war and offers words of hope and perspective as we navigate difficult times.