How to be a Steadfast Woman
by, Mandy B. Anderson
I want to be a steadfast woman. It’s a desire that hasn’t always been there, to be honest. When I was younger, I wanted everything RIGHT NOW! Yesterday, even. I didn’t have the steadfastness to stick to anything that took time to develop. It was a real problem!
For nearly a decade I have been learning how to become a steadfast woman. I’ve come a long way and I am at the point in my life where I am willing to stick out the hard times because I have a deep belief that they are training ground for the next season God wants to bring me to. It has been the most wonderful journey of my life because now I see how much I’ve grown and I’m so very thankful for it!
On this journey, I’ve discovered some stumbling blocks that will keep any of us from embracing a steadfast heart and mind. These are critical to recognize in your own life because they will STOP the growth and keep you stuck until you confront them. Are you stumbling with any of them? Let’s take a look and find out…
Stumbling Blocks that will keep you from becoming a Steadfast woman
(i.e. things that will weaken your resolve):
- Lack of boundaries
- Conflict in relationships
- Lack of trust
- Dishonesty and being disloyal
- Being unreliable
- If you can’t “adult,” you won’t be steadfast!
Are you struggling with any of these? If so, I want to encourage you to forgive yourself – right here, right now. Let it go and then take action and buy your ticket for Beautiful Wholeness next weekend. We will be spending all day with a group of women who are rising up to overcome the things they’ve been stumbling over so they can live the beautifully whole life they’ve been designed for! And it’s your turn to join us.
You don’t have to keep stumbling! You CAN learn how to have healthy boundaries. You CAN learn how to handle conflict with honor. You CAN learn how to build trust and become an honest, loyal person. You CAN be a reliable, high functioning adult in the midst of tragic circumstances!
Grab your spot today and step into becoming a Steadfast Woman.