What Drives You & Who Defines You by Heather H.

“What Drives You and Who Defines You?”

What defines you? Who defines you? Is it what you do that makes you who you are? You can be a doctor, lawyer, model, teacher, artist, musician, scientist, entrepreneur, manager, mom, daughter, dancer, grandmother, or anything. We each wear multiple hats, because as women let’s face it…we are the queens of multitasking! Let’s just be honest for a minute, we could probably run circles around our male counterparts and coworkers backwards and in high heels! But of each role we play in our busy lives, every role is important but these roles aren’t what defines you, the real you. These are things that drive you, these challenge to strive to better and thrive to do what you know you have been called to do. Do you ever wonder why you feel so driven by and drawn to these certain passions?

You could be a lover of the classics, with a creative force inside you that can’t be tamed. You may have an eye for color or the aesthetics of natural beauty whether it’s abstract or not. You find beauty in everything, especially details. Maybe you were born to be an artist using your God given talents and passions for a great and beautiful purpose. God is the maker of beautiful things, what a great way to glorify Him! You could have a distinct style and eye for fashion, you know what works and what doesn’t. You know how to match together a coordinated ensemble just with the snap of your fingers…and boom! You’re a fashionista! You could be called to be a famous designer. What could possibly be a better way to share about true beauty and modesty than using your inner passion for fashion? Do you have a love for science and how things work? Or what about a fascination with how the human body works? You may have the intelligence it takes to study medicine. Combine that with a love for people and wanting to help save lives, maybe you were born to be a doctor! God still works miracles in many ways, He might use you! Do you have a nurturing touch and giving heart that loves to care for others? You could be a nurse! If you have a passion for teaching others and helping them learn to grow, you could be a teacher! You may have a passion for debating and proving the right thing, and a way of creative crafting your words into solid logic. You can confidently defend what you know because you’ve done your homework and want to preserve justice. Maybe you were born to be a great lawyer.

You may have a heart and call in your to be in ministry! If God calls you to teach or preach, then you go forth in that boldness to proclaim the Gospel! Ministry isn’t just in the church, or just being a “pastor”. God can use girls and women just like you, for anything! You may be called and prepared in your heart to be a loving mother and godly wife one day, or you may already be a wife and mother and want to grow more. You may be an elderly lady, a seasoned and experienced woman of virtue and integrity that can pour wisdom and discernment to ladies of this generation. Don’t put ministry in some type of sterotypical box, or believe that their is some cookie-cutter form of a career! Just like every woman and girl is created differently; your life, your purpose, and your dreams are all different! Guess what else?! It’s okay to not have it figured out! Life is part of a beautiful unfolding plan. Jeremiah 29:11 says “For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord; plans for a hope and a future not for destruction.” When the prophet Jeremiah wrote this, the Israelites were in a time of captivity and exile. They felt stuck and trapped, and felt as if they had been waiting forever for something to happen! God kept His promises, and He still does! He will use the waiting period to prepare for the big things He has planned for you. It’s who you are in Christ that defines you, not what you do…what you do is what drives you to be all that He has called you to be! Go ahead girlfriend, walk in your purpose!

-In Christ Love, your sister Heather

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