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… your words became to me a joy and the delight of my heart (Jeremiah 15:16b).
As you anticipate a vacation (or a “staycation”) this summer, you’re longing for time away from routine chores like waking up to the buzz of an alarm clock or driving to work. You’re also looking forward to the opportunity to connect with family and friends, sharing fun activities while building treasured memories.
Remember to pack your Bible! Vacation is a great time to relax and study God’s Word. Bookmark this site on your computer, tablet, or smartphone to access prayers and Bible studies with a simple “click.” Consider ordering the eQuarterly to stay connected; check out new LWML mission grants. Subscribe to daily Mustard Seed Devotions and peruse the “Resources” tab for exciting ideas to enhance your LWML group this fall.
Blow your diet! Enjoy a daily ice cream cone! And each day, also take time to bask in the sunshiny delight of God’s beautiful messages for you.
LWML Vice President of Organizational Resources
Verse of the Week
… your words became to me a joy and the delight of my heart ~Jeremiah 15:16b
One of the definitions of the word “legacy” says that it is anything handed down from the past. If you were to identify the “legacy” of the LWML, what would you say has been “handed down”?
Perhaps you would say the spirit of women and men throughout 70 years who have supported mission grants all over the world with over $100 million dollars given through the mites of the faithful. Or you might say that the LWML has “handed down” a Spirit-driven desire to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to those in local communities, the nation, and the world. Finally, you might believe that the legacy of the LWML is the friendship and sisterhood that has been established over the years during conventions and through a mutual strategic plan of work.
What is the legacy that you boldly proclaim by the power of the Spirit? Echo the words of the psalmist in Psalm 78:4: We will not hide them from their children, but tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders that he has done.