Broken Crayons Color Better In Christ

Have you ever witnessed young children coloring? At some point, the inevitable will happen where a crayon will break. For some small children it is heart breaking if it is there favorite color. Nonetheless, you will never see a young child stop coloring forever because one crayon broke. They may fuss, but if it is their favorite crayon they'll continue to use that crayon.

I love the analogy of the broken crayon still coloring. When we get older we begin to lose our ability to dream and life begins to break us down, year after year. Eventually we begin to forget we are beautiful and created to shine. We can still be used for remarkable things when we yield to our Creator who can restore us to fullness. It does not matter how we became broken beings, we can still be used for greatness.

In Psalm 51, King David is writing of his brokenness. At this time, he had sinned and felt the remorse of his actions and was brokenhearted for his actions. Even in his brokenness, he knew that God could restore him when he repented and sacrificed his broken heart to Christ. King David knew that his broken and contrite heart could draw him closer to the Lord instead of driving him further away. The sacrifices of God can be our broken spirit and through the broken pieces light can shine through.

Today, in this moment, your future is brighter. Your broken pieces can be used for more than regret and shame, but instead to inspire and uplift another soul. Brokenness brings us closer to Christ. At the valley, the lowest point, the Lord restores when you hand those broken pieces to Him. If you don't believe this, perhaps in time you will, but know broken crayons still color. 

*They work even better for the fulfillment of God's purpose in our lives through Christ.


BOLD Event: Ladies Night In: "SHEEP"

Partiez by Leslie Event Planning Co.

"Ladies Night IN" is a global empowerment initiative and informational event series that helps inspire women to reach their full God-given potential. The Ladies Night IN series will be making a stop in Georgia on April 25th, 2015. You don't wanna miss this GREAT event!!  More details about this years Ladies Night IN experience in Georgia, is shared in the information given (below):


Where: Best Western
                   155 Bourne Avenue
                   Pooler, GA 31322 (Savannah Airport Area)

When: April 25th, 2015 | 7 pm

Cost: Tickets are Free!!

As women most of us were taught to be strong, independent and goal oriented creatures. However, there aren't too many workshops or seminars for servitude or even when not to lead, but to learn to follow! We are taught to be on the front lines for everything...to carry the cross. After experiencing a trying time in her business, one of Leslie Wright's darkest periods, she learned a great deal about the dynamics of trust, loyalty, principle, and strength.

A great lesson came from the aspect of Sheep: Sheep aren't weak, they are trusting their is a difference. Knowing when to lead and when to follow is critical to a woman's virtue. So sometimes being a sheep isn't so bad... when you're following the right person!

When to lead or be led...that is the question!

If you are in the Georgia area come out and be a part as the Director & Founder of Partiez by Leslie Event Planning Co., Leslie M.Wright shares her story in the beautiful city of Savannah, Georgia.

There will be Shopping, Contests, Food, Door Prizes, Raffles, and more...

Ladies Night IN: SHEEP is also a proud sponsor of Tabernacle Of Peace Ministries Restoration Project. For more information on this event you can contact Leslie Wright directly via her email Lez2006@yahoo.com or by phone at 336-937-0189


Show Up

Reading the word and coming before God in the morning definitely helps me make better decisions than I would have otherwise made. Wisdom and spiritual awareness is key, and that's what the word of God provides, whether it be spoken revelation or biblical text. 

To present ourselves before God makes a big difference in how we go about our day. I commented on Facebook yesterday that I wan't to be "in God's way", I want to be moving the way He's moving. If I'm moving with God, I feel invincible, like nothing can go wrong. If anything does go wrong I feel better prepared to handle it. 

The bible reads in 2 Timothy 2:15  to "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth." 

When we present ourselves, we show up, presenting ourselves to God means clearly making it known to that we are open, willing, and available to His power by taking the time out to show up. Make time for God. Presenting ourselves is submitting ourselves, life is so much easier when we submit ourselves to God's authority.

When we submit ourselves completely in spirit, we also submit our problems. Taking time to just meditate and focus on the goodness of God before we proceed with our day is a blessing. There is much work to do on a daily basis, We don't have to carry this load by ourselves, we can put our trust in God and let Him handle it. Whatever you do, just show up...show up before God's presence and allow His wisdom to take the lead.


BOLD Event: Voices Of Kings Forum

by: BOLD-Impact

Atlanta, GA.

Voices Of Kings: Words Of Wisdom From A King's Heart is a live panel being hosted on February 28th, 2015. Fanny Quioto, the Author of "He's Worth The Wait" is presenting this discussion where women will be able to gain more insight and hear established, noteworthy men share their concerns, loves, desires, fears, faith, and understandings in the area of relationships....unfiltered.

The event will consist of a fabulous brunch, live entertainment, provoking conversation, and giveaways as the Godly men express themselves in ways many women haven't heard them tell it... from the heart! 

Both perspectives of the partnership in relationships will be expressed...in sincerity and truth. Spread the word and partake the knowledge in this insightful event!

Food, Fun, Giveaways, and wisdom from a King's Heart!! You can't beat it.

Where: BQE Restaurant and Lounge
             262 Edgewood Ave. S.W.
             Atlanta, GA. 30303

When: February 28th, 2015 | 12 p.m.-3 p.m.

Cost:  $10

If you have any questions you would like to ask a man on relationship, sex, love, business, education, marriage, finances, vision, etc. or to get more info on this event, e-mail quiotof@gmail.com to contact Fanny.


Becoming Rooted In Faith

What are you trusting in today? Is it in luxuries of this world? Perhaps the better question is, who are you trusting in?  Who you believe in is the foundation which our lives are built upon.

That is a rather major claim, right? As it should be! Jeremiah 17:7-8 explains to us that the man (or woman) who trusts in the Lord is like a tree. He does not just trusts the Lord on the surface, but it is a deep commitment and foundational piece to this trust. The trust is deep to his core. The verses go on to explain how the trust is like a tree. This tree is big and strong, clearly because it has good roots grounded in the streams. It is always being watered and nourished with goodness. So when the heat (or rough times) come along, the tree isn't worried because the roots are still strong.

This can be likened back to our relationship with the Lord. Those who trust in the Lord are like that tree. They are not swayed by life's storms. The person who trusts fully in the Lord can live out their truth and bear their fruit year round. The fruit is the witness that the truth is within you and your foundation is a good one.

Because of Christ and our trust in Him, we no longer have to hide in the shadows of life. We can be fruit bearers and stand tall like trees of righteousness. Trusting in the Lord is the firm foundation of living out who we were created to be.


ArtHeartATL.com Valentine's Day Winner Announcement

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BOLD Event: "I Survived" Gospel Concert


Women With Gifts is an organization that empowers women to use their gifts and talents that GOD has blessed them with for survival. The organization believes in leadership development, teaching and motivating others. On March Women With Gifts is hosting the "I Survived" Gospel Concert.

The "I Survived" Gospel Concert will be held to celebrate survivors of breast cancer, sexual abuse and domestic violence. A portion of the proceeds will benefit both Dunbar High School and UMOJA, a  teen program that helps to steer teens in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex into positive outlets such as higher education and away from gangs and violence.

Some of the gospel recording artists performing for the event are Chozen Houston TX,  I Am Justified of Houston, Nicole LaShaun of Fort Worth, Texas , LeKisha Earles of Houston, Texas and Minister R. L. Taylor and The Sons of the Father of Arlington, Texas, New Generation of Houston, Texas and Dunbar High School Choir.

To raise money for this cause  tickets are being sold for $12 per person. Tickets can be purchased online at womenwithgifts.com, They can also be purchased at Williams Chicken located at 1000 East Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas. or $20 on the day of the event. 

The fundraiser is also selling "I Survived" t-shirts for only $20. This is a concert to benefit great causes of need, and to make a greater impact in the community!

Where: Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School
             5700 Ramey Avenue Fort Worth, Texas 76112.

When:  March 7, 2015 at 5:30 p.m.

Cost:    $12 (pre-sale)
             $20 at the door. 

Thank you in advance for your support! For more information feel free to contact LaNette at justpearlzjp@gmail.com.