About Today’s Ministry

I am overtaken with emotions of inadequacy when I allow thoughts of what I am not to fill my head.

At that point, I proclaim defeat and assert that others are more suited, experienced, and capable.

At that moment, I feel that anything I have to offer isn’t valuable.

And it is a lie!

In my previous blog post, I mentioned how God connected me to two of my Kingdom Sisters and how the three of us are running with our church’s vision– to know God and make Him known to others. Today, God used us to minister at a homeless shelter for women and children; let me tell you, it was a powerful experience. We ministered, prayed, and encouraged the ladies, leaving them with hope. God using us to minister to these women was such a humbling experience. I am still thinking about the young woman who stayed behind at the end of the event because she wanted to talk more with us. Another woman said that our presence uplifted her spirits because she had been experiencing feelings of depression and hopelessness.

We are so grateful to God that the women were blessed and that God used us to minister to them. We are also thankful to our Apostle for his leadership, teachings, and vision, which put us in a position to be used by God.


Published by: Kim Petitt

As a person living with a disability challenge is part of my life. I struggled with my identity and I recognize that I still have insecurities to face, but that doesn't mean I can't walk in everything God has purposed me to walk in despite my insecurities. Because of the nature of my condition and physical disability, God's grace is evident in my life everyday and I find strength in the word of God that says in Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through him who gives me power". (CJB).

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