Leading Hearts April 2020 Issue- Is this the worst of times?

COVID-19 has changed our lives. Is this the worst of times? If you need some reassurance and peace as well as a refocused purpose in this time of uncertainty, you won’t want to miss the April issue of Leading Hearts. 

Leading Hearts April issue is HERE–Find God’s Best During the Worst Moments of Life with Robin Luftig

“When I was told I had 10 days to live, I had to even trust God, that my life coming to an end might be part of His plan,” said Robin Luftig, author of God’s Best During Your Worst. Read her inspiring story and get insight from Sheila Walsh on facing a Brave New Day with faith that God is still on the throne. 

You’ll also find insight into what you can do to more than just survive this crisis. Debbie W. Wilson helps you discover how to navigate manipulative relationships. Edie Melson shares perspective on using social media during a time of social distancing to be a Christ-like influencer. Skillet drummer Jen Ledger talks about her new solo project and Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith challenges us to hit the reset.

This and much, much, more is packed into this new issue. 

“This pandemic is unprecedented, but Jesus told us to take heart. No matter what’s happening–no matter what we hear each morning on the news, God is still on the throne.” –Sheila Walsh gives you insights to face A Brave New Day. Click Here to Read and Watch an Exclusive Interview. 

Find out how a mother’s faith and love reached her daughter in prison and grew into her ministry purpose— Rebuilding What Was Destroyed.

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All this and more in this issue of Leading Hearts!

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Mason Jar Blessings Plus Bonus 30-Minute Winter Warm-Up Recipe for Portobello Mushroom Soup

By Robin Luftig in Leading Hearts magazine

Years ago, a seasoned writer and speaker mentored me on how to build the ministry God had given me.

We’d meet for coffee and discussed everything from adapting to different cultures to dealing with the zingers I’d get from posting God’s promises on social media. I took notes, asked questions and basked in her wisdom. One December day she paused from talking, reached across the table, took ahold of my hands and looked me into my eyes. Then waited.

“What?” I asked.

She smiled. “You’re doing wonderfully bracing for the unknown. But don’t forget to ponder what you already know.”

“Right,” I said, eager to please my mentor. “I make it a point to read Scripture and do my devotionals every day. And I read what other women are doing in their ministries to further God’s message. I’m seeking out ways to be a better servant.” I thought I had given the perfect answer.

She took a deep breath and sighed, still holding my hands and looking intently into my face.

“What are we doing now — right now?”

“You’re mentoring me. I’m learning from you how to be better at what I do.” How could this answer be wrong?

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