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Spiritual Leadership

This week on Sharin’ Hearts: The Fireside Bookshelf, Ginger Green opens Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders to answer the question: Are leaders born, or can anyone learn to be a leader?


There are a very small number of people who innately know how to lead; but the majority of us need equipping, mentoring, and encouragement to succeed. The need to know how to lead is expressed in 2 Timothy 2:12, where the Bible declares “Believers will reign with Christ.”  The training is now for the eternal destiny that we have been afforded.  There will be a  constant state of learning for the true leader, however, the character that leads is formed here and now. The most important character quality of a great leader is HUMILITY.

Watching a leader in action is a good way to learn; because a leader who does not take advice is NOT a leader. A true leader is a godly servant who knows where he is going, inspiring others and equipping others to follow.

SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP will lay out the principles and applications of how to become a leader created and guided by the Holy Spirit, as it is the leader’s responsibility to make sure the people understand complex issues with simplicity.

The Riches of His Grace Part 2

“In whom we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace” Ephesians 1:7


This week on Sharin’ Hearts Woman to Woman, Janie and Sharon continue with their discussion in Ephesians Chapter One. They tackle the word redemption to give a word picture of what Christ has done for us on the Cross. With redemption comes wisdom and prudence; it may take us a while to grab ahold of all that is ours because of the redemptions. There are many riches of God’s grace that are flowing toward us, we just don’t always know what all belongs to us according to those riches.


This week on Sharin’ Hearts: The Fireside Bookshelf, Ginger Green pulls Humility by Andrew Murray from the shelf.


One of the best definitions of humility is one by today’s author, Andrew Murray.  This man’s life reflected what he wrote.  He has described HUMILITY as:

“Perfect quietness of heart.  It is to have no trouble, not to be fretted or vexed or irritated or sore or disappointed.”

“It is to expect nothing, to wonder at nothing that is done to me, to feel nothing done against me.  It is to be at  rest when nobody praises me, and when I am  blamed or despised.”

“It is to have a blessed home in the Lord, where I can go in and shut the door, and kneel to my Father in secret and be at peace as in a deep-sea of calmness when all around and above is trouble.  It is the fruit of the Lord Jesus Christ’s redemptive work on Calvary’s Cross, made known in those of His own who are definitely subject to the Holy Spirit.”

This cannot be head knowledge, it must be a life lived in the power of Another, tested and tried on a regular basis, so that it becomes a part of your character and a continual habit. What held true in the day and ministry of Andrew Murray is still as relevant and needed today as in the days of old.

The Riches of His Grace Part 1

“To the praise of the glory of His grace, wherein He has made us accepted in the beloved” Ephesians 1:6.


This week on Sharin’ Hearts Woman to Woman, Janie and Sharon discuss the importance of understanding God’s grace. The first three chapters of Ephesians give the position of who we are; the last three chapters give instructions on how to walk in who we are. Looking at the first six verses of Ephesians chapter one, Janie gives us much to think about as we hear how God chose us before the foundations of the world. In Christ, we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace.

Effective Faith

This week on Sharin’ Hearts: The Fireside Bookshelf, Ginger Green looks at Effective Faith by Sanders J Oswald.


A diamond is formed under great pressure and placed under the hands of a skilled craftsman for cutting the facets into it for the beauty and brilliance to be seen; so the Lord gives a measure of faith to each one of us and then through the pressures of living, cuts the facets of faith into each one of us so that His Life, His character, His love may be seen in us. Faith’s chief occupation is obtaining the promises of God, discovering what God is able to do in the face of all opposition and difficulties and willing to accept what it cannot understand.  Faith is the assent of the mind and the consent of the heart. To doubt any word God has spoken is to cripple faith, leading to unbelief and in Scripture is the one thing that exasperates God. Effective Faith will open a chapter of exploring the many facets of faith to bring you to resting in the object of your faith, Jesus Christ.


All of Grace

“Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection: Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin” Romans 6:4-6.


This week on Sharin’ Hearts Woman to Woman, Janie and Sharon discuss the joy of understanding the full benefits of living under Grace.  For those that choose to accept salvation without finding out the beauty of Romans 6, they will miss living the life that was freely given at the Cross. The Lord Jesus deserves to be trusted and since He says, “I have forgiven” then we can trust His wisdom, His grace, and His knowledge in being willing to forgive those that are our enemies. That, then allows the joy start to flow back within your life and when the joy flows back in your life, there is an inward and outward manifestation that we know the forgiveness is real.  Let’s uncover the promise of Christ taking care of all at the Cross when He  said: “It is finished.”


Beyond Blessed

Before you wake up and find yourself in unexpected or additional debt this holiday season, come be a part and accept this invitation to learn the power of wise, prudent, and skillful stewardship of your financial resources.


This week on Sharin’ Hearts: The Fireside Bookshelf, join Ginger Green in discovering the tools you need to free yourself from the oppressive pressure of poor financial management, as she explores Beyond Blessed by Robert Morris. Because who doesn’t want to eliminate financial stress? Who doesn’t want to get out of debt, reach their financial goals, and experience the joy that God intends for us, and to be free to bless others with their resources?

In Beyond Blessed, Pastor Robert Morris shares the importance of being a good steward, not only with your finances but with every part of your life. He will provide practical lessons on taking your finances to the next level. Through biblical principles, personal stories, and incredible testimonies, you’ll learn how to be a good steward and that when you properly manage your finances, blessings will pour into all areas of your life.

This guide will help you increase and go further with what God has given you so that you can live beyond blessed.

Solid Foundation Part 2

“A lie believed as truth will affect your life as if it were true even though it is a lie”


This week on Sharin’ Hearts Woman to Woman, Janie and Sharon discuss the way a lie can affect our life. They touch on topics of lies that our society has convinced us are true and on lies that we have believed about ourselves. Each lie affects our life differently but they are all still lies which affect our lives in a negative way. We reject the truth for a lie and Jesus is Truth, therefore we reject Him.

School Day Devotions mentioned in the broadcast are available here

The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read

This week on Sharin’ Hearts: The Fireside Bookshelf, Ginger Green opens The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read by Christopher Ash.


Leadership will be held accountable by the Lord and much is required of them but if we are not vigilant, we will get so caught up in all we think leadership should and shouldn’t do… (often based on our personal preferences and not scripture) we will forget that our Pastors are people too. Which brings us to today’s feature.

The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read (but is too embarrassed to ask) written by Christopher Ash.

Now, “why would your pastor be embarrassed to as you to read this book”? Because it tells you how to care for them. But, isn’t that the wrong way around? When a friend asked Christopher what he was writing about, he explained that he was trying to write a book about how we care for our pastors. “But surely”, his friend said, “they are supposed to care for us, aren’t they?”

You do need your pastor to look after you, and so do I, Ash writes. We need and should deeply appreciate, those who care for us pastorally, who keep watch over our souls, who love us and pray for us. But we should remember, there also is the aspect of us caring for them.

So, come be a part because what Christopher Ash writes about in this book is a very important topic and widely neglected. You may not have ever thought about it, but Christopher Ash certainly hopes you will.

Solid Foundation Part 1

“According to the grace of God which is given to me, as a wise master-builder, I have laid the foundation, and another builds thereon. But let every man take heed how he builds thereupon. For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ” 1 Corinthians 3:10-11.


This week on Sharin’ Hearts Woman to Woman, Janie and Sharon discuss how to build upon the solid foundation of Jesus Christ. The daily struggles of life can take its toll on our Christian walk in applying the scriptures that will help us stand in our faith in the heat of the battle. Finding truth; which is the person Jesus Christ, will give us the right perspective in thinking to overcome many adversities. Jesus is preparing a home for us in heaven and the home He is preparing has to do with how we are living here and now. What are you sending up; gold, silver, and precious stones or wood, hay, and stubble?