Posts By: JMM Team

Lovable, Valuable, Competent: See Yourself as God Sees You

Three Pillars

Ladies, God says our “Do” is NOT our “Who”! Hallelujah! No matter our actions, God says we’re fully lovable, valuable, and competent! In this, the seventh blog post in our series exploring our true identity, let’s look at why some Christians are unable to make progress in their Christian walk. Take Susan, for example. Susan… Read more »

Unmet Needs: See Yourself as God Sees You

Unmet Needs

Ladies, in this, the fourth blog post in our series exploring our true identity, we’re going to look at the 10 essential emotional needs we try to get met on a daily basis: Attention, Acceptance, Appreciation, Support, Encouragement, Affection, Respect, Security, Comfort, and Approval. How might we react to life if our emotional needs are routinely unmet? Perhaps like Joanna, who summarized herself… Read more »

Live in the Light: See Yourself As God Sees You

Shine God's Light

Ladies, in this, the third blog post in our series exploring our true identity, let’s look at whether you’re shining the proper light on your portrait—the self image of YOU that you carry around inside your head. As we’ve already noted, your TRUE identity comes from one single source: what God says about you.  At Calvary, God declared to heaven,… Read more »

Personal Identity: See Yourself as God Sees You

Woman Identity

Ladies, in this, the first blog post in our series exploring our true identity, we have to ask: How do you see yourself? As God sees you—or as the world sees you? Are you basing your personal identity on your job title? Your marital status? Your dress size? The car you drive? The volume of “Likes” your selfies and posts garner on… Read more »

You never know where a book you give might travel

You never know where a book you give might travel -- or who it might impact with the message of Jesus Christ. Every summer, thousands of people from North Africa and the Middle East cross the Mediterranean Sea by ferry to vacation in Europe. When it’s time to return home, they wait in long ferry... Read more »