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Seasons of Life

Happy November !!!!!!!! 

Seasons are changing and I can see it not only by weather but also in different areas of my life.

Just like myself for some of you know your seasons are changing and the newness is scary. You can kinda see the road but with all that has happened in 2020 you rather play it safe. 

It will seem easier to give up or place it on hold because you feel the way I feel nervous,  excited,  and clueless on what you should do. It's ok to have those feelings but not ok to not pursue and act on what you have been called to do in your new season.

For anyone who is going through this I'm out here with you so please know that your not alone. But even better God is out here with you and no matter how unequipped you feel God is always preparing you.

 #faithwalk  #newseason #imready #obedience #excited #newness #Goduseme

Proverbs 3:5-6




Charis is passionate about speaking the truth and working to spread the word of God and its healing power. In addition to founding Divorce Recovery Advocates for Women INC., Charis is the Editor in Chief /CEO of Inspired Grace Media Productions and founder of Inspired Grace Ministries.  Charis served in the Celebrate Recovery Ministry (locally) for 9 years in which 5 years were dedicated to serving as an CR Training Coach and CR Pastor.  Charis currently serves as Lead Discipleship and Prayer Pastor at Inspired Grace International Ministries.


Charis is teacher of the word, testimonial speaker, divorce recovery facilitator, certified life coach, and celebrated author. 



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