We are committed to encouraging, inspiring and empowering women across the globe to experience a deeper relationship with Jesus. We are dedicated to strengthening women of faith. Together we can grow by sharing authentic testimonies and devotionals of women whose personal experiences in their everyday lives can encourage and equip women with confidence so that together we can grow the kingdom of God with glory. "Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on Him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness." Col.2-7
Periods of productivity: How understanding and managing the energetics of your menstrual cycle will help to increase your productivity and profits while decreasing how much you work.
Dorit Palvanov is a registered holistic nutritionist and thought leader in the female-centric approach to healing.
Her mission is empowering women to recover from burnout so they can live, love, parent and work with confidence, energy and passion.
Dorit is the founder and voice behind the popular podcast for women Confident, Energized and Sexy Mama where she explores the life-long relationship women have with burnout and the stumbling blocks that hold women back from confidence, energy and passion in how they live, love, parent and work.
When Dorit isn’t being a typical mom by taking her kids to and from, you’ll find her curled up on the couch with her husband talking long hours about life or singing to her guitar.
To learn more about Dorit check her out in her hangout places.
Media Kit: https://doritpalvanov.com/media-kit/
Karen Klongtruadroke Nitirojsakul is former Thai/Italian teen star, Karen Klongtruadroke Nitirojsakul, left the spotlight and moved from Bangkok to Chiang Mai to start working in full time ministry as host and producer of various children shows with the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) Thailand since 2009 until 2018. In 2015, her precious bundle of joy, Naomi, was born and she has been doing freelance work as well as being a full-time mother since. With her love for the creative arts, Karen and her husband, Paic, co-founded Forward Love Ministry, with another family in 2018. The ministry focuses on empowering the youth in the creative arts in order for them to discover and use their God-given potential, reassuring them that they are able to serve God with their creative gifts and talents. Today, she is also hosting a devotional-type of show, Happy Day with Karen K., with the heart to share about God’s wonderful love to believers of any age, and letting them discover more about their identity in Christ through Jesus’ finished work on the cross. Her heart is to one day see the women of Thailand become confident precious daughters of God, continually growing in the knowledge of Christ, and who they are in Him. Karen is also a worship leader at Abundant Grace Church, Chiang Mai, Thailand, which she has been attending since 2009.
We make the choice in how we are going to live every day. We don’t have control in the things
that are going on around us, but we do have a say in our emotions and how we respond to
those things. I choose joy, I choose positivity, I choose to live my best life despite the troubles
and trails that come my way. In this podcast I hope to encourage you to live joyously, to have
fun, to live your best life right now. This is not easily done you have to constantly choose joy,
choose positivity, and most importantly choose God. With God’s help I do believe that you can
do this, that you can have the life He intends for you to have.
Hi! I’m Karla Dennis and I am the Connections Coordinator for our Jonesboro campus with
Turning Point Church. I am from the great state of South Dakota. I graduated from North
Central University, a bible college in Minneapolis Minnesota. My Mission in life is to help people
live their best life, the Life that God has planned for them. One of my goals, is to be a Staff
Coach at a church helping the team reach and accomplish the goals that God has set for them.
Previously I served as a youth and children’s pastor for 15 years, which I loved. For fun I love to
bake, play tennis, read, or play a board game (monopoly is the best).
Sherry shares about being Uniquely Fashioned in the season(s) where God has you. God has purposed your past journey, your present for right now, right where you are, and the right time. He always has your future purposed for you. Through your journey(s) that God has you on he is developing the women of God you are and giving you the tools so that you can glorify him in all that you do.
Bible References: Ecclesiastes 3:1-11 & Ephesians 2:10
If you were able to go back in your past, would you do it all over again?
Is there anything you would change?
What are some regrets?
What are your victories you have been through?
Sherry's Bio: Sherry was born in Thailand and is half Thai/American. She spent most of her life in America but was given the opportunity in 2001 to serve under a ministry in India that helped women successfully walk away from a life of being a trafficked victim. In 2015 she took the call to return to Southeast Asia to work with displaced peoples and women. Her desire is to see the women of Asia come to know their Identity in Christ, to live in the freedom and Grace of a God who sees them as beautiful daughters. Sherry heads up the international contacts, programming and planning for Bloom International.
Learning to have faith like Abraham to obey and go even when not knowing where you are going. (Hebrews 11:8) And to continue to trust when where you end up is not where you thought it would be. Also having the faith to understand that sometimes obeying and going actually means to be still and stay where you are.
I am the youngest of 3 girls. I have the blessing of bring raised in a Godly home. When I was 5, my family and I moved to Kenya, Africa to serve there with the IMB. We retuned to Texas during middle school. I graduated high school and went off to Texas Tech for my Bachelor degree in Animal Science. After graduation I served with the IMB's Hands On program in Lesotho Africa. After returning to the States and working for a couple of years, God gave me the opportunity to go with Pioneers to East Asia to serve there for 2 years and then to serve a year in New York City. Currently I am back in Texas, working and am part way through my Masters degree in Animal Breeding and Genetics.
Summary from episode:
Have you ever thought about the song lyrics "I was blind but now I see" and what they mean?
What does it mean to see ourselves, others, and the world the way Jesus does?
What does it mean to see past the "now" and live seeing the "eternal"?
Biblical References: Matthew 9:36-10:1 and 2 Corinthians 4
Amy Rhodes just moved back to Memphis, TN after 8 years of missionary service in Asia. Her passion is to love Jesus more each day and to teach and inspire others to do the same. Her ministry focus is on women's discipleship around the world, where she continues to invest in women's lives online and in person. She is currently studying to receive her Master's in Biblical Counseling for further equipping for women's ministry.
In this episode Rachael shares her testimony of how God allowed misunderstanding to take everything she loved, every dream she had, so He could spend beautiful time with her and tend to those desperate and decaying roots. She explains what has happened in her life when she chose to be unseen.
If you have ever been to Florida you might have seen some of the beautiful giant Oak Trees with branches that touch the ground and reach for the sky. Just like these trees we can look beautiful on the outside while hiding the fact that our roots are rotting in despair. But what we keep hidden from the world God sees. He wants to heal this part of us before the next major hurricane comes and blows is over, exposing our roots for all to see.
Rachael's word for 2020 is-IMAGINE and God has shown her in so many ways how imagine has been such a big part of this season.
Summary from episode with Vada Scott- In these uncertain times we need to know that we can turn to someone who will never change...God doesn't change and His Word is full of promises we can stand on. I have seen His faithfulness over the years. I encourage others to seek His promises and then believe them. He is faithful.
Vada Scott is Co-founder, together with her husband Galen, of Hearts Ablaze Ministries and WEGO. Hearts Ablaze Ministries began over 35 years ago when the Scotts first went to Mexico. Since then, they have traveled to over 15 countries preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom. The Scotts now reside in Florida where they not only go for short term mission trips but encourage others to go with them for one to two weeks. WEGO was developed for just that reason; a way to get people on the foreign field for a short time so that they can experience first-hand what it is like. Vada’s husband has also written two books: “The Revelation of the New Covenant” and “Jesus, Our High Priest”
If you would like to purchase any of their books you can visit their website or purchase on Amazon.
We want to welcome you to Growing Women of Faith Podcast. Our mission is to be a platform for women to share how God is growing them in their life. We encourage, inspire and empower women across the globe to experience a deeper relationship with Jesus. We are dedicated to strengthening women of faith. Together we can grow by sharing authentic testimonies and devotionals of women whose personal experiences in their everyday lives can encourage and equip women with confidence so that together we can grow the kingdom of God with glory.
We share about our start; which is through Bloom International. www.bloomintl.org
Co-Host Rachelle Morlok shares on her lack of faith, to putting her trust in God and how she found faith in the midst of her trails. She shares on how God called her to the mission field and through that experience it has grown her into the person she is today.
"Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see." Hebrews 11:1
She references Hebrews 11:11 and Matthew 17:20-21.