Engaging with homeless people I encounter has become a joy and a passion for me. My friend Bobby Hegedish has discovered a similar calling. I think you will love his story of a homeless veteran.
This is what Synergy Chairman Susie Lipps wrote about Synergy Summits:
So, what if Synergy were more than a conference? What if you could journey with a small group of like-minded people for a season, having the hard conversations? What if you didn’t feel so alone? What if you could learn from other women and men what it means to work together in a Blessed Alliance, to share who you are and what you have learned with others so they too could grow as ezers and image bearers?
What if you could gather just an ounce of courage from your Synergy friends to launch into the leadership calling God has planted in you? What if you could collaborate to produce something that would benefit all ezers? What if, through grassroots, small gatherings we could impact the whole Church?
This video, ”The Whole Church Taking the Whole Gospel to the Whole World” was prepared by Synergy for Lausanne 2010. It further defines the hope and scope of Synergy.
Want to be a part of this two-day, intensive, collaborative-learning event? Details and registration for the Orlando Summit can be found here.
Want to understand more about the message and work of Synergy Women’s Network? Click here.
So if you are woman desiring to be empowered to lead out of your Kingdom calling, join us in Orlando for the next Synergy Summit—and bring a friend.
What about you? What has God called you to?
I remember well when Nick made a surprise trip from Montana to Orlando, guitar and freshly composed love song in hand. Then on the beach, at sunset, Nick sang his love song to Debbie and asked her to marry him. Obviously, she said yes.
So how romantic is that? Her very own love song.
You have one, you know! Your very own love song. Composed and written by God himself:
The LORD your God in your midst, the Mighty One, will save;
He will rejoice over you with gladness,
He will quiet you with His love,
He will rejoice over you with singing. (Zephaniah 3:17)
God’s love song to each of us has many verses, some written to all of us, but most composed just for you, or just for me. In fact, He is always adding new stanzas of His love for us.
Some verses for all of us:
Verse 1: I made you. I made you to be with me, to enjoy each other; and to show what I’m like to the world, to reflect my goodness and glory to all around.
Verse 2: I missed you. You went away, your own way. I hated the separation, I wept over you, I knew I had to do something to bring you back.
Verse 3: I redeemed you. I asked my son to die in your place, to forgive your sins, to pay the ransom to win you back.
Verse 4: I adopted you. I invited you into my family and made you my own dear child. I will never leave you or abandon you.
Verse 5: I have plans for you. Good plans for a future and hope. Good works already prepared for you. For you to be and do all I designed you for.
Then come the special verses of his love for you, for me: Those specific plans. The opportunities. The challenges. The trials. The joys and disappointments.
Some lines fill your heart with hope, while others may seem painful or fearful. Remember that every verse is part of His love song. Throughout God’s song for you, you can hear him whispering:
I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you. (Jeremiah 31:3)
How priceless is your unfailing love, O God! (Psalm36:7)
My unfailing love for you will not be shaken (Isaiah 54:10)
…neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 8:37-38)
Beautiful music, for sure. The melody, the harmony, the beat all flow together to flood our hearts with peace and joy and love!
What is a recent verse in God’s love song for you?
c2011 Judy Douglass