Self Talk, Soul Talk (5 weeks to go!)

This is the title of our current Women’s Ministry small group bible study. It is amazing when we sit down to really think about how we talk to ourselves that we realize the chatter in our head does not consistently speak life!

Tomorrow evening, we will review Chapter 7, Calm Down: I Have Stilled and Quieted My Soul, I’d like to get your input on what this study has meant to you so far – which chapter has had the greatest impact on you personally. I pray you are feeling more empowered through this and our recent studies. The ultimate goal of our studies is to become ‘whole’ – that is God’s desire, that HIS daughter’s are WHOLE. No more fragmented women, living pieces of life. . .the tapestries of our lives are colorful, vibrant and ALIVE! Praise God for HIS handiwork in and through US.

If you’re not currently involved in this study, I challenge you to pick up a book and take the plunge to discover if your ‘self talk, soul talk’ lines up with what God says about you.

Blessings and peace to you,
Pastor Karen

P.S. – “Self Talk, Soul Talk” by Jennifer Rothschild (Harvest House Publishers)

About Author

Karen is an Associate Pastor at CrossWord Christian Church in Moreno Valley, CA. She is also the dynamic leader of the Winsome Women's Ministry there. Karen is also a Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula. In addition to walking in her purpose as a doula and encourager, she is the proud wife of Bishop L. Kirk Sykes, a beloved mother of 5, and "Mim" to six grandchildren.

1 Comment

  • JoCarmel
    July 9, 2010 at 8:08 pm

    I'm sooooo excited by this study. especially what I discovered about myself in chapter 7. The Lord showed me the main reason that I have a difficult time forgiving myself: Gasoline Words.
    So many times, I've said to myself "JoCarmel, you should have done better or known better. I thought that I was just correcting myself but I was speaking negative words into my soul & making it more & more difficult to forgive myself, despite the fact that I'm already forgiven.
    I can't count the number of times my spiritual family told me that I need to forgive myself but I still wouldn't let go.
    Thank you JESUS for sending this study via Pastor K. It's right on time. I feel lighter than ever & my soul is healing from all the damaging words that I've said to it.


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