Allowing God to Guide Your Path
If I were to ask you if you had a vision, what would it be? What project would you like to get involved with? Or, what business you would like to start? Now, if I were to ask if you included God in your vision, would you say "Yes, of course! Or, would you say, "What does God have to do with MY vision?
Do you relate to any of these statements?
Why do I feel the weight of the world on my shoulders all the time?"
I feel something is missing in my life. I can't figure out what"
"There must be more to all this worldly madness."
I've made it successfully! But, I'm still searching for happiness."
My life hasn't turned out the way I hoped. Is it too late?"
I didn't grow up with faith, but I want to learn what it's all about."
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, God will meet you right where you are. He wants to be a part of your vision and guide you to be your best! If you have never experienced God working in your life before, I would like to invite you to a whole new way of thinking!
We pray because, by intuition or experience, we understand that the most intimate communion with God comes only through prayer. Through prayer God gives us his peace, and that is one reason even self- sufficient people fall on their knees and pour out their hearts to him. But there is another reason. People are drawn to prayer because they know that God’s power flows primarily to people who pray.If you are willing to invite God to involve himself in your daily challenges, you will experience his prevailing power- in your home, in your relationships, in the marketplace, in the schools, in the church, wherever it is most needed. That power may come in the form of wisdom- an idea you desperately need and can’t come up with yourself. It may come in the form of courage greater than you could even muster. It may come in the form of confidence or perseverance, uncommon staying power, a changed attitude toward a spouse or a child or a parent, changed circumstances, maybe even outright miracles. However it comes, God’s prevailing power is released in the lives of people who pray. Too Busy Not to Pray
If curious about Spiritual and Christian Coaching, I would be honored to explore your faith journey with you. If, however, you find your spirituality in others ways, I respect your decision and we'll move forward with secular coaching. Coaching is about the client's agenda. Always.
I work with individuals and groups in my office, on the phone, or via web-based conferencing.
For spiritual inspiration, I invite you to view my Soul Sisters website:
Let's get started! I look forward to hearing from you.
Laura Lawrence Wilcock