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You probably already know all about C.S. Lewis' incredible writings like The Narnia Series and The Screwtape Letters. You may also be aware that he was once an atheist and eventually converted not only to theism but also to Christianity. What you may not know is how he got from Christianity to atheism and back to Christianity.  Clearly a Mission Driven Individual, who lived The 7 Laws of Life Mission with all his heart, his incredible life story is not only inspiring but so insightful and faith-building. With children of our own to raise and duly convert to truth, light and a solid belief in God and His laws, C.S. Lewis can teach us a lot about the loss of faith and the journey back.  Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  3:43  Lewis' early life 7:32  Lewis' 3 life changing moments with Joy 14:48  Losing his mother and practicing prayer 17:17  Lewis' boarding school experiences and loss of belief 28:17  Studying with The Great Knock 34:04  WWI and Oxford 40:09  Complete submission to God Quotes from this episode: "Instantly I was uplifted into huge regions of northern sky, I desired with almost sickening intensity something never to be described and then...found myself at the very same moment already falling out of the desire and wishing I were back in it. I call it Joy..." ~C.S. Lewis "Spiritually speaking, the deadly thing was that school life was a life almost wholly dominated by the social struggle." ~C.S. Lewis "I maintained that God did not exist. I was also very angry with God for not existing. I was equally angry with Him for creating a world." ~C.S. Lewis   "As Johnson points out, where courage is not, no other virtue can survive except by accident." ~ C.S. Lewis "I sometimes wonder whether all pleasures not substitutes for Joy." ~C.S. Lewis "A young man who wishes to remain an Atheist cannot be too careful of his reading...Really,, a young Atheist cannot guard his faith too carefully. Dangers lie in wait for him on every side." ~C.S. Lewis "Indeed, I must have been as blind as a bat not to have seen, long before, the ludicrous contradiction between my theory of life and my actual experiences as a reader." ~C.S. Lewis "For the first time I examined myself with a seriously practical purpose. And there I found what appalled me; a zoo of lusts, a bedlam of ambitions,  nursery of fears, a harem of fondled hatreds. My name was Legion." ~C.S. Lewis "In the Trinity Term of 1929 I gave in, and admitted that God was God, and knelt down and prayed: perhaps, that night, the most dejected and reluctant convert in all England." ~C.S. Lewis Book from this episode: Links from this episode: Find the Feedspot Top 40 list mentioned in the podcast HERE Listen to "The Types of People in Hell" podcast taken from The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis HERE
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Do you ever feel confused about who or what to believe?  News articles, sound bites and competing voices can leave your head spinning.  If you have felt this, you’re not alone.  As mothers, we desire greater discernment—especially when it comes to leading our families.  In this podcast Audrey Rindlisbacher and Lindsey Wright discuss the 1st Annual MDM Celebration Event centered around the theme “Mothers of Discernment.”  You’ll hear the backstory behind the creation of the event,  details about the event itself, and why the MDM Celebration will support mothers in their quest for greater discernment. “To become better mothers of discernment is our objective…wisdom, discipleship, knowledge, love, judgement, indoctrination, personal revelation, truth and principles are all part of the discussion of being a mother of discernment.We hope that you’ll join us.Anyone is invited to this event.You do not have to be an MDM Academy member to come…We’d love to see you there.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher *Learn more about the 1st Annual MDM Celebration Event and how you can dive deep into discernment with us this fall: https://themissiondrivenmom.com/mdm-celebration/ Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  1:23  Why an MDM Celebration Event? 5:17  Why learn about discernment and what it really is? 9:10  Lindsey’s initial impressions about discernment 11:25  Deception is the opposite of discernment 13:27  How to gain a knowledge of truth 17:14  How discernment is connected to love 22:59  Why judgement is vital to discernment Quotes from this episode: “We’ve been asked to discern since Adam and Eve partook of fruit in the Garden.  They partook of the fruit and now they can discern between good and evil.  It goes way back…What’s the difference [between good and evil] and how do you find that?…One thing that stood out to me was that discernment involves action on our part.  We have to work for it.  We have to discern with the intention to act on what we learn.” ~Lindsey Wright “Discernment is a form of discipline.  It’s disciplining our minds.  And when we love God, then we will have the desire and motivation to discipline our minds because He doesn’t want us to just be blind followers.  He wants us to know the truth, to know why it’s the truth, and not just because He said so, but because we love Him enough to be discerning, to discipline our hearts and our minds.  When we learn to discern better, it helps us to recognize His love and His divine design in the things we are studying or just coming across in our daily lives.” ~Lindsey Wright
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The Mission Driven Mom - Podcast by Audrey Rindlisbacher - 2w ago

Have you ever considered that the way you talk to yourself about yourself might actually not be true? Have you ever caught yourself speaking about yourself in reference to a fault or weakness like, "I'm not good with people" or "I'm not a morning person" or "I hate exercising?" As if these habits were part of who you are! Recently Nir Eyal put a new spin on this negative self-talk most of us engage in by asking us to reframe our identity around small life-time commitments. He challenges us, in fact, to become not experts but AMATEURS! Rather than trying to be spectacular at everything, we move slowly but consistently toward a more happy, fulfilling life. Listen to this podcast to discover the simple but profound way you can reframe how you see yourself, build your confidence and feel much more successful RIGHT NOW! Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  1:40  How we define ourselves 7:38  The price to become a truth seeker 12:16  Decision fatigue 16.21  The power of becoming an amateur 20:39  How small commitments become part of our new identity 26:34  A new frame of reference Quotes from this episode: "Instead of wishing you could 'Be like Mike', you need to focus on and enjoy the small everyday tasks in order to accomplish those long-standing stubborn goals such as 'I need to exercise more'. In short, you need to become an amateur.  An amateur is a consistent practitioner of a healthful habit.  The amateur practices a behavior because they enjoy it and it becomes part of their identity." ~Nir Eyal "In fact, even goals such as consistently exercising and eating right are too big for the budding amateur. You have to break them down into much smaller actions to form new habits." ~Nir Eyal "To begin forming new habits, we need to find a MEA, a Minimal Enjoyable Action.  A MEA is a behavior, which is so easy and enjoyable, that we do it virtually without effort, and most importantly, we can do it consistently." ~Nir Eyal Link to the article from this episode: Forming New Habits: Train to be an Amateur, Not an Expert Link to the video from this episode: "How to Break the Bad Habits"
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The Mission Driven Mom - Podcast by Audrey Rindlisbacher - 3w ago

With the 4th of July just around the corner, it's a good time to reflect on the liberties we enjoy. It's important that as mothers raising the next generation, we work hard to understand our national heritage, our political liberties and most importantly, how those liberties are tied to our personal understanding of and adherence to truth.  As the saying goes, "Freedom isn't free." What, then, is the cost? And what does freedom for our children and grandchildren require from us?  Join Audrey as she explores ideas and insights from great men and women who have thought deeply on these principles  and can lead us to the greater personal and societal freedom! Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  2:04  Audrey's experiences as a liberal arts student learning about American history 3:50  Alexander Solzhenitsyn and loss of freedom in the East 6:47  Connection between freedom, truth and responsibility 9:28   Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder discovering this connection 17:38  What "liberal" and "liberal arts" have come to mean 21:48  Hayek and how the loss of the term "liberal" is decreasing liberty 25:40  How liberal education is traditional American education and increases liberty 29:20  Jordan Peterson and how he summarizes these ideas Quotes from this episode: “We come because we realize that the only road to freedom lies through a knowledge of the truth." ~Calvin Coolidge  “Under [George Washington] the Americans made a sacrifice for liberty which was not local; it was universal. That sacrifice resisted then, and has ever since been successfully resisting, despotism everywhere. America in its beginnings was doing the work of the world." ~Calvin Coolidge   “Your natural freedom--your control over your own life-energy--was born in you along with life itself. It is a part of life itself. No one can give it to you, nor can you give it to someone else. Nor can you hold any other person responsible for your acts. Control simply can't be separated from responsibility; control is responsibility." ~Henry Grady Weaver  "She thought: Americans won't obey any king on earth. Americans are free. That means they have to obey their own consciences. No king bosses Pa, he has to boss himself. Why (she thought), when I am a little older, Pa and Ma will stop telling me what to do, and there isn't anyone else who has a right to give me orders. I will have to make myself be good. Her whole mind seemed to be lighted up by that thought. This is what it means to be free. It means you have to be good. 'Our father's God, author of liberty--' The laws of Nature and of Nature's God endow you with a right to life and liberty. Then you have to keep the laws of God, for God's law is the only thing that gives you a right to be free." ~Laura Ingalls Wilder "I use throughout the term 'liberal' in the original, nineteenth-century sense in which it is still current in Britain. In current American usage it often means very nearly the opposite of this. It has been part of the camouflage of leftish movements in this country, helped by the muddleheadedness of many who really believe in liberty, that 'liberal' has come to mean the advocacy of almost every kind of government control...The essence of the liberal position, however, is the denial of all privilege, if privilege is understood in its proper and original meaning of the state granting and protecting rights to some which are not available on equal terms of others." ~F.A. Hayek "The polity will function if people attend to their consciences. That's the overlap of those conceptualizations. I think that's the case. If we assume that the political state is something like the emergent consequence of the decision of all its citizens we would assume that the wiser the decisions of the citizens, the more upright and functional the state. I can't see how it can be any other way. And perhaps the most upright,
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The Mission Driven Mom - Podcast by Audrey Rindlisbacher - 3w ago

As mission driven moms, we need all the help we can get! Sometimes, though, it can feel as though we are limping along and barely making it. How do we get the help we need? In this podcast, Audrey shares the TRUE story of Christy Huddleston, a middle-class young woman struggling to find herself and her purpose. As she turned to her mentor for answers, Christy was shown the amazing power that was already hers to claim the blessings she so desperately needed.  If you are striving to find and fulfill your mission as a mother and a woman, Christy's story will have unique value for you in claiming God's help to fulfill His work! Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  1:07  Introduction to the book Christy by Catherine Marshall 6:05  Christy thinks more deeply about her why 11:01  Christy learns to claim her blessings and is empowered to fulfill her mission 19:19  Mothers and fathers are called by God and have a right to claim blessings 22:40  Christy chooses to claim her blessings Quotes from this episode: “Give and it shall be given you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over shall men give into your bosom.” ~Luke 6:37, Holy Bible “[God] can’t use ivory-tower followers. They’re plaster of paris, they crumble and fall apart in life’s press.  So you’ve got to see life the way it really is before you can do anything about it.” ~Miss Alice “You see, Christy, evil is real-and powerful. It has to be fought, not explained away, not fled. And God is against evil all the way.  So each of us has to decide where we stand, how we’re going to live our lives.  We can try to persuade ourselves that evil doesn’t exist; live for ourselves and wink at evil.  We can say that it isn’t so bad after all, maybe even try to call it fun by clothing it in silks and velvets.  We can compromise with it, keep quiet about it and say it’s none of our business.  Or we can work on God’s side, listen for His orders on strategy against the evil, no matter how horrible it is, and know that He can transform it.” ~Miss Alice “If you don’t do the work that’s been given you to do, that work may never be done.” ~Miss Alice “Dear God, when I came here, maybe I was partly running off from home for fun and freedom and adventure.  But I have a notion that You had something else in mind in letting me come.  Anyway if You can use me here in this Cove, well, here I am.”  ~Christy “Lord, Miss Alice said that ‘if we give, it shall be given unto us.’  Well, she is giving, Lord. And so are Dr. Ferrand and David.  And even I’m trying to give, though I don’t yet see what I have that You can use.  I don’t have the faith that Miss Alice has, Lord, in You, in this Book, in anything.  Can you help me with my faith?” ~ Christy Book from this episode:  
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Join Lindsey Wright, MDM board member, as she interviews Audrey Rindlisbacher, founder and CEO of The Mission Driven Mom.  Listen to this episode to hear about the first inklings of The Mission Driven Mom, Audrey’s experience discovering the 7 Laws of Life Mission, and her vision for MDM in the future.  You'll also hear Audrey’s words of encouragement for mothers. “Don’t limit God and don't limit yourself.  Start where you are and take a step.”~Audrey Rindlisbacher Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  1:42  What’s going on in Audrey’s life right now 5:16  First seeds of MDM 10:06 Creation of The Mission Driven Life 16:14  Audrey’s vision for MDM 25:15  Literature for mothers 30:53  Words of encouragement for moms Quotes from this episode: “We hope to build many relationships across the country and all over the world…we’re across the country already and growing.  We hope to connect those women and have those thousands of groups of moms gathering together, reading great material, discussing principles, transforming themselves, transforming their families, transforming their communities.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher “[The vision] for The Mission Driven Mom is that communit[ies] of moms, becoming principle centered and finding purpose and modeling that for their children, will create a generation of mission driven adults…That to me is the greatest goal of all.  That’s the biggest picture.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher
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The Mission Driven Mom - Podcast by Audrey Rindlisbacher - 1M ago

As mothers in a modern Information Age, we are inundated with information from every direction. Yet, very little of this "information" is truly valuable to us and our families. As mission driven moms, our job becomes to filter through this information and find the most essential principles that will build a strong family and home. And, of course, Freud was right when he said the most important knowledge we need is knowledge of ourselves: “To be completely honest with oneself is the very best effort a human being can make.”  ~Sigmund Freud This is so critical because it's only when we see the truth about ourselves, our lives and our families that we can begin to take steps that will create permanent change. But this is precisely the truth we most often run away from -- it means we must admit that we've been in the wrong and face the pain of our own shortcomings.  In this podcast, though, Abraham Maslow - creator of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs - assures us that although we fear knowing -- knowing the truth about ourselves, our families and the world -- although it requires work and effort and although it means we have to change in accordance with the truth we find, we have a dire NEED to know!   “If you’re going to reach your potential, if you’re going to be a mission driven mom, you must know.  You must know all about yourself, you must know about your children, you must know the principles, you must know how to live them, you must know what God is asking you to do.  And you have to let go of that FEAR…and submit to that NEED to know.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  0:57  Introduction to Maslow 5:31  The power of knowing oneself 9:03  Fear of weakness 11:46  Fear of greatness 18:45  Knowledge for decreasing anxiety 24:00  Avoidance of knowledge as avoidance of responsibility 26:29  Knowledge is essential Quotes from this episode: “Freud's greatest discovery is that the great cause of much psychological illness is the fear of knowledge of oneself.” ~Abraham Maslow   “To be completely honest with oneself is the very best effort a human being can make.” ~Sigmund Freud “We have discovered that fear of knowledge of oneself is very often isomorphic with, and parallel with, fear of the outside world.  That is, inner problems and outer problems tend to be deeply similar and to be related to each other.” ~Abraham Maslow FEAR OF WEAKNESS “In general this kind of fear is defensive, in the sense that it is a protection of our self-esteem, of our love and respect for ourselves.  We tend to be afraid of any knowledge that could cause us to despise ourselves or to make us feel inferior, weak, worthless, evil, shameful.” ~Abraham Maslow  FEAR OF GREATNESS “But there is another kind of truth we tend to evade.  Not only do we hang on to our psychopathology, but also we tend to evade personal growth because this too, can bring another kind of fear, of awe, of feelings of weakness and inadequacy. And so we find another kind of resistance, a denying of our best side, of our talents, of our finest impulses, of our highest potentialities, of our creativeness.  In brief this is the struggle against our own greatness.” ~Abraham Maslow “[Women who are] truly searching for an accurate picture of themselves, paving the way for increased influence over themselves and in their homes and communities.  We cannot grow to the extent that we don’t have knowledge.  One of the most important pieces of knowledge we really need is the truth about ourselves.  When we see ourselves…truthfully, then we can get to work.  When we understand what we need to do, what that work is, we can take tremendous strides in a short period of time.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher   “It is precisely the god-like in ourselves that we are ambivalent about, fascinated by, and fear of, motivated to and defensive against…Every one of our great creators, our god-like people,
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“She will never assert herself for herself—she will suffer wrong first—but for others she will be perfectly fearless…Throw responsibility upon her.” Mr. Fowler of the young Clara Barton Young Clara Barton struggled with shyness, yet as a young woman, she faced the stark battlefield of the Civil War to bring relief to wounded soldiers.  Despite her weakness, Clara overcame her fear to fulfill a call to life mission.  Listen to this episode to see how Clara’s life followed the pattern of the 7 Laws of Life Mission.  You'll hear how Clara’s parents and siblings nurtured within her a love of God, truth, and humanity which prepared her to serve and bless those around her and eventually lead to the founding of the American Red Cross. Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast. 1:05  Clara’s childhood and early education 10:15  Parents instilled a love of God and principles 17:01  Honesty about weaknesses 28.11  Caring for  her brother 32:09  Given a school to teach Quotes from this episode: “Naturally my book education became their first care, and under these conditions it is little to say, that I have no knowledge of ever learning to read, or of a time that I did not do my own story reading.  The other studies followed very early.” ~Clara Barton “Multiplication, division, subtraction, halves, quarters and wholes, soon ceased to be a mystery, and no toy equaled my little slate.” ~Clara Barton “During the winter I had become the happy possessor of a Menseur’s Geography and Atlas.  It is questionable if my satisfaction was fully shared by others of the household.  I required a great deal of assistance in the study of my maps, and became so interested that I could not sleep, and was not willing that others should, but persisted in waking my poor drowsy sister in the cold winter mornings to sit up in bed and by the light of a tallow candle, help me to find mountains, rivers, counties, oceans, lakes, islands, isthmuses, channels, cities, towns and capitals.” ~Clara Barton “…long vacations in which the out-of-doors played by far the most prominent part.  There were garden and flower beds to be made, choice pets animals to look after, a few needy families with little children to be thought of, and some sewing to be attempted.” ~Clara Barton “…my Sabbath breaking and unbecoming conduct, and all the trouble I had caused [revived my] conscience, and my mental suffering far exceeded my physical.  I despised myself and failed to sleep or eat.” ~Clara Barton “Sleepless, restless, in agony both physical and mental, his case grew desperate.  He had been my ideal from earliest memory.  I was distressed beyond measure at his condition.  I had been his little protege, and his companion, and in his nervous wretchedness he clung to me.  Thus, from the first days and nights of his illness, I remained near his side…I could not be taken away from him except by compulsion, and he was unhappy until my return…I learned to take all directions for his medicines from physician and to administer them like a genuine nurse…This state of things continued with little change for two years…” ~Clara Barton “It seemed very strange to me to be in school again.  I had been so long accustomed to govern myself, in a manner, that I wondered how any one should need others to govern them.  If scholars came there to learn, why should they try, or want, to do anything else?” ~Clara Barton “I think it usually occurs in small communities that there is one family, or one house, to which all strangers or new comers naturally gravitate.  Nothing was plainer than that ours was that house.  All lecturers, upon any subject, clergymen on trial, whoever had a new idea to expound and was in need of an abiding place meanwhile, found on there.  My father’s active and liberal mind inclined him to examination and toleration, and his cordial hospitality was seconded by my mother’s welcome to any one who could...
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Life is a series of ups and downs. Sometimes we feel on the top of the world and sometimes we feel like not one more thing could possibly go wrong. But then there are also those trials in life that blindside us--experiences or tragedies we thought would never happen to us.  What do we do when those trials come? How do we respond when life gives us a burden we don't think we can carry? This podcast shows you what 4 incredible individuals chose to do when tragedy struck their lives. It demonstrates the immense power we all have to choose to look outward even in our suffering and through service to others, find the purpose and joy we long for. “I thanked God for this miracle, for giving me this incredible gift to share with the world…I cried for the miracle of life, for the chance I and we all have been given to offer our unique gifts to the world, gifts born, so often, from our very woundedness.” ~Jackie Waldman Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  1:23  Ben’s story 8:49  Bea’s story 17:44  Brianne’s story 25:02  Jackie’s story Quotes from this episode: "When bad things happen to us; when bad things happen to good people, we still have the power to choose love, to choose service, to see that no matter what feels or seems broken in us or in our lives, we still have the opportunity to reach outside ourselves, to develop our gifts, to use them to serve others, and to live a mission driven life.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher “During each tour [at the Dallas Memorial Center for Holocaust Studies], when I told [the kids] about a particular survivor who lost his parents and brothers and sister, I always started to cry—it was the man who had founded this center so that could never happen again.  I left the tour each week exhausted—but feeling new energy that I had discovered…For the very first time since my MS diagnosis, I was feeling someone else’s pain and not thinking about myself. I liked the way I was feeling. And so I took on more volunteer jobs.” ~Jackie Waldman “Wayne Dyer taught of going within and discovering that our purpose in life is to love unconditionally and to live a life of service…In that moment, I knew without a doubt who I was—not a person with a disease and weak legs, but a person who has a heart filled with love and wants to be of service.” ~Jackie Waldman “I knew my purpose was to serve others—that’s why my service work always gave me new energy…I said, ‘God, OK, I’m really stretched. I keep saying ‘Yes’ to everyone.  I promise I’ll say ‘Yes’ to whatever YOU ask me to do. What’s next?”  Less than a week later, I woke up and looked at Steve.  “Ok, I got my marching orders. I’m writing a book, and I’ve been told exactly what it is about.  It’s about people who have suffered physical or emotional pain, and gone beyond their own pain to help someone else.” ~Jackie Waldman “I had gone outside to throw the trash away, and I heard something moving in the Dumpster. When I peered over the edge, I saw a little boy from a nearby apartment in there.  He was digging around in that garbage looking for something to eat.  I had never seen anything like that in my life…I couldn’t imagine it.  I had worked so hard to provide for my own kids.  I realized that I had been so busy taking care of my own five children that I hadn’t noticed the needs of the other children right around me.” ~Bea Salazar “I believe God called me to do this work.  God needed someone to look after these kids—and that someone was me.  When he calls you to do something, you don’t fight it.  You go with it.” ~Bea Salazar “I am so blessed.  These children are the reason I’m here now.  That’s why I’m living—to help them.  Even when I have days when I can barely walk because of my injuries, I get up and get going because I know my kids need me.  They give me purpose.  In fact, they’ve given me more than I’ve ever given them.  I know now that this is why God saved my life…He sav...
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Meet Tracie Hyde, board member and Director of Events at The Mission Driven Mom.  Join Audrey Rindlisbacher as Tracie shares with Audrey her experiences in the Middle East and what she learned from insightful mothers there.  You'll hear Tracie share her search for purpose in education, how after wandering in the educational desert for years, she realized principles are the key to connecting education with life mission. “[I joined The Mission Driven Mom] to help other moms find [their mission path]… I want women to find this path because I know it can open their eyes, deepen their joys and increase the good fruit in their lives.” ~Tracie Hyde Listener's Guide: Use the time stamps below to skip to any part of the podcast.  2:00  Meet Tracie Hyde 4:09  Tracie’s experiences in the Middle East 11:52  An educational quest 14:20 Tracie’s journey with principles 20:49  Why Tracie decided to get involved with MDM 22:49  Experiences with self-discovery 26:42  What Tracie is most excited about with MDM Quotes from this episode: "I know how powerful this is if moms find [the mission path], then they’ll be able to help their children find it so their children are going into their adult years on this path …and that they’ll  be able to make better decisions for their future if they are mission minded from the beginning and if they know how to seek it.” ~Tracie Hyde “I think a lot of us think, "I’ll just have the call, I’ll be inspired someday to do something great." But it doesn’t work that way.We need to find our gifts, we need to hone them, we need to study things out.  We need to prepare ourselves for it, but I think often times we don’t know how to prepare and we’re stuck.” ~Tracie Hyde "We just started working on the MDM Celebration that will be held this fall.  I’m just really excited to get mothers together.  I’m excited to have them discover principles…and the mission path and get excited about getting on it.  I think these events in the future will be a really great way for women to connect." ~Tracie Hyde

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