Masterpiece Women welcomes Darlene Davis!
She is the founder and president of Daughters Of Zion Women of Destiny. Darlene is also a teacher, prophetic intercessor, exhorter, counselor, life coach, and author of the book Dwelling in The Secret Place.
Darlene believes that she is in the prime of her life and has a “passion to see men and women find their true identity in Christ and discover their divine purpose".
Darlene holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Biola University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management from Florida International University, and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Divinity at the University of Fort Lauderdale. Her professional background is in Sales and Marketing in the Hotel & Tourism Industry. She reigned as Ms. Bahamas and participated in the Miss Universe Pageant.
Darlene feels that her most valuable life achievement was in October 1987 when she gave her life to...
Hettie Brittz is the author of (un) Natural Mom and Growing Kids With Character. As a former speech, language, and hearing therapist, Hettie worked in a multi-disciplinary practice alongside a pediatrician, psychologist, occupational therapist, and other speech therapists. She gained extensive experience in therapy and parental guidance. She also pioneered an educational upliftment project in Proclamation Hill where she worked with many challenging children, dealing with everything from nutrition and computer skills to molestation and spiritual counseling. Hettie is the developer of the Evergreen Parenting Course and heads up a group of more than 200 facilitators in 8 countries who use the course to help families. Hettie and her husband, Louis, have 3 children.
Welcome back, masterpiece women. This week we are in chapters 34 through 36 of Exodus. In chapter 34 verses 5-7 we see that “The Lord comes down in a cloud and He stands over Moses and He calls out His own name, Yahweh. The Lord passed in front of Moses, calling out, “Yahweh! The Lord! The God of compassion and mercy! I am slow to anger and filled with unfailing love and faithfulness. I lavish unfailing love to a thousand generations. I forgive iniquity, rebellion, and sin. But I do not excuse the guilty. I lay the sins of the parents upon their children and grandchildren; the entire family is affected- even children in the 3rd and 4th generations.”
These were the basis of his renewal of the covenant. God's unfailing love and his generous desire to forgive are not a weakness. They are also not a reason to choose to sin. We see in these passages that Moses asks the Lord to travel with him and the people. He asks the Lord to make them his special possession....
Masterpiece Women welcomes Maritza Longtin!
In this podcast, we will realize that age is only just a number. It should not stop us from reinventing ourselves and following our passion. This message is evident in the life of Maritza.
She uses her passion for art to tell the world about God. Maritza shares we shouldn't limit ourselves, especially with our calling. We shouldn't put our calling in a box but we should aim at a daily basis to meet our real calling which is to be more like Christ. If we understand this, we should do whatever we can to draw people closer to God.
Maritza also explains that we are not for everybody. As to how Christ was rejected even by His people, we can also expect rejections. It will be painful but it is real. Let us remind ourselves of our real purpose which is to magnify the Lord; though, we will be rejected - it's okay.
Let's look at what Matthew 5:10-12 says...
"10 Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness,...
Welcome back, ladies! Today we're going to dig into chapters 30 one through 32 of the book of Exodus. When we look at chapter 31 and we read in the 12th verse, the Lord emphasizes again the Sabbath. Again, in verse 12 he says “then the Lord said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, you must observe my Sabbath. This will be a sign between me and you for the generations to come, so you may know that I am the Lord, who will make you holy.” Once again as many times before in Exodus the Lord says, “I am Lord”. When he finished speaking to Moses, he gave him the two tablets inscribed by the Lord. Can you picture Moses at the top of the mountain? The whole chapter is about the Israelites observing the Sabbath. He was very clear he wanted them to observe the sabbath from generation to generation. Are you taking the time to take your Sabbath? I encourage you ladies if you are not taking time for yourself, take some time and enjoy your own Sabbath. It is a...
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As the daughter of a 30-year Navy Veteran, Regina learned early in life the value of adaptability, service, and connection.
During her 10-year career with Keller Williams Realty, Regina was best known for teaching personal growth and communication classes while wholehearted living out the KW values including creating a culture where no one wants to leave. As a result, she was twice awarded the prestigious office culture award and named a 2018 Southeast Region Culture Ambassador.
Her time at KW, shined a light on her love of people and speaking, it also unleashed her natural superpower of connecting. She took the inevitable next step and joined Toastmasters. In 2013, in front of four hundred people, Regina competed as one of six finalists in the International Speaking competition for the entire state of Georgia. From there, the call grew louder. In 2015, Regina became...
Chapters 28 to 30 are all about the priestly garments, the consecration of the Priests, and the altar of incense. In chapters 28 & 29 we see that the priests were chosen.
1. They are chosen to serve God.
2. They are chosen to serve the People.
3. They were to serve in fear of God.
4. They must be consecrated.
5. They did this daily.
We are anointed by the spirit of God, we are to serve others, fear God, repent and daily seek a relationship with our Father. He wants us to hear his voice, surrender, and obey.
Each morning the priests were to offer a burning sacrifice to the Lord. They were to clean their hands and feet before entering. The Lord wants us pure at heart and cleansed of our bondage and sin. This is a daily event. We are all sinners and fall short. Because of Jesus, we simply lay it down at the altar daily, repent, cleanse our minds with the word of God (John 17:17) and seek the Lord’s strength for that day to do what He is calling us to do.
Every day, all day is a day...
About Melia Diana:
Melia’s entire career has been solely devoted to serving and helping others prosper. She has spent over 15 years in the medical fitness field, and is an International Best-Selling Author, Certified Christian Counselor, Certified Biblical Therapist, Faith-Based Clinical Counselor; specializing in inner healing deliverance, Award-Winning Writer, Relationship Dating Coach, Ministry Founder, and Christian Podcaster of “The Vertical Relationship Show”.
Melia’s extensive certifications and spiritual gifts led her to utilize her faith, expertise, experience, and personal development to brand her own- Signature (2in1) Biblical Christian Counseling, Coaching Services, and Academy Courses. Helping no-nonsense Christians ready to go “next level” with God and start healing “GOD’S WAY,” break barriers bondages for your wounded soul, and overall health, and cultivate thriving relationships you’ve always desired! Digging...
Hi ladies! Welcome back to our study in exodus. Today we will be looking at Exodus 25, 26, and 27. These three chapters as well as 28-31 are all about building the tabernacle. The Tabernacle function primarily as a residence or palace for God. In chapters 25 through 27 Start with the center and then move out to the courtyard. As you read through this, did you notice that he said some things over and over? One, they were to use acacia wood. He also instructed them over and over to use solid gold. He instructed them to use the colors blue, purple, and scarlet. God always has a plan, whether it be building a Tabernacle, a temple, a church, a ministry, or our personal path and Christian life (Ephesians 2:10). These chapters reveal how specific He is. The detail that he went into in explaining exactly what he wanted the Tabernacle to be built reveals to us that he is paying attention to every single detail of our lives as well.
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Amy Carpenter is not just an expert in real estate, a professional interior designer but she is also a philanthropist. She always had that passion to give back to the community. For her, it is more important to give than to receive and more than the giving and receiving what she feels inside in giving back to the community.
The best advice Amy Carpenter received in business and life, in general, is to always “listen to your customers and hear what they are saying.” It is easy to sell to people if we listen to them and sell them what they want. Other than putting our ideas, it is also valuable to ask what our customer’s feedback and their opinions are because at the end of the day those people are the one who consumes our product and pays for it.
Amy Carpenter’s biggest mistake she made in business is she wasn’t fast enough to get herself out there. She was afraid that she wasn’t perfect enough but it is important to get yourself...