Week Two In Review // Make It Happen

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Week two has come and gone (holy moly!) and what a week it was!

We learned:

  • about finding that one thing to hold on to and to keep us grounded
  • about making the decision that we are capable and all things are possible through Christ
  • and that sometimes it’s just best to let go of the past and allow God to take the lead for your future

After some major restructuring from our leadership team, I think we’re on our way to finding a balance of sharing the most valuable content to aid you in digging deeper into Make It Happen but also to assist you in learning more about who you are and what PURPOSE God has set before you to make happen!

Here’s a list of the highlights from Week Two:

What to Read

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What to Watch

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What to Listen to

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What to Share

  • Week Two Photo Challenge Pic: Use #Surrender
  • Week Two Verse Mapping Challenge: Hebrews 12:2 – Use #IntentionalFilling #VerseMapping
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How to Connect

  • Join the exclusive Facebook Group (check email for invite)
  • Respond to your leader’s weekly email
  • Connect with your Study Buddy (assigned in the Facebook group)
  • Follow the Imperfect Vessel – Facebook & Instagram
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Tools & Resources

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Questions or Need Clarification?

Send them here: bree@imperfectvessel.com

[divider type=”dashed” color=”grey”] [row-start] [three-fourths]Bree Blum is a 32 year old cardigan-wearing blogger who loves Jesus.  She lives in Wheeling, WV where she serves in her church as a sign language interpreter and works full time as an Administrative Assistant for a technology firm.  She has a passion for women’s ministry and speaking life into others despite her own introverted tendencies.

You can connect with her on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.[/three-fourths] [one-fourth][/one-fourth] [row-end]


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