In Episode 29 Minister Shawn Lawrimore reminds of the power of self-care and communion with God. We must remain grounded in His Word and find our breath through him. We all face challenges in our lives that can distract or derail us. The true challenge is to face those speed bumps and continue along the path that God has paved for us. Practice self-care daily, take care of your health (emotional, physical, financial, mental, etc) and commune with God. The quality of the relationship with yourself and God will determine how we show up in all other relationships. Stay strong and connected beloved.
Join Minister Shawn Lawrimore of She Royal Ministries in Philadelphia, PA for this weeks episode of Bridging the Gap Podcast. This week’s episode is a special treat; a word of love, encouragement and guidance delivered passionately to cover our children. Get a dose of love from the She Royal Ministries Community.
Power and might are in your hand, and at your discretion, people are made great and given strength.
As a Child, I loved Popeye cartoons. Those spinach-eating scenes, where a can of the green stuff morphed into big biceps, always made me giggle. Nothing is funny, however, about the health risk of muscle-building steroids. From liver damage and high blood pressure, to infertility and mood shifts, clear dangers face abusers of such drugs.
Join Minister Shawn Lawrimore of She Royal Ministries in Philadelphia, PA for this weeks episode of Bridging the Gap Podcast. This week’s episode is a special treat; a word of love, encouragement and guidance delivered passionately. Get a dose of love from the She Royal Ministries Community.
Do everything without grumbling or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, “children of God without fault in a warped and crooked generation. – Philippians 2:14-16
The trick to finding quality in your life is in your attitude-how you look at life, whether you see the glass half full or half empty. One day two prisoners looked to the outside world through the same prison window: One saw the mud of the previous night’s rain and the other the blue sky and he praised God for another day. Their attitude determine what they saw.
Join Minister Shawn Lawrimore of She Royal Ministries in Philadelphia, PA for this weeks episode of Bridging the Gap Podcast. Joined by Kesha Pruitt & Linda Saunders, the trio discuss dating, chasing your dreams and living in your purpose. Kesha Pruitt is the organizer of the upcoming women’s conference, “She Committed” who took her guidance from Psalms 37:5, Commit yourself to the Lord, trust in Him and he will do this;
Linda J. Saunders, author, playwright, mother and so more, shares her tools and outlook on claiming your excellence while staying firmly planted in God. ‘When you allow God to renew your mind, you will simultaneously become more sensitive to the will of God. Furthermore, you will have to be willing to obey God’s will by making your will subservient to His. In order to know God’s will, it is essential for you to have a good relationship with Him. People who live close to God know what His will for their lives is.’
Join Minister Shawn Lawrimore of She Royal Ministries in Philadelphia, PA to discuss perseverance. God will bring whatever your ‘it’ is to pass. God may be stretching you beyond measure, but the stretch, the tension is necessary. Don’t resist. God has a plan that requires you to think, move and love differently. Remain focused, God is working.
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Episode 23 is very special because we are celebrating 6 months of the podcast! In this episode, host and Minister Shawn Lawrimore reflects on the process of birthing Bridging the Gap. If you’ve been enjoying the messages of love, connection, purpose and encouragement from this community, get comfortable to hear the origin story and this week’s message.
Shawn penned a message of devotion this week, titled, ‘Love Must Be Sincere’ which begins, “Children of God are recognized by their love for God and for each other. Paul tells the Christians in Rome that their love must firstly be sincere. All of us are usually so busy with our own things that we have precious little time and attention left for other people. This is one of the reasons why our love is not always sincere. We pretend to be interested in other people’s problems, while we actually only care about our own problems.
The original Greek text refers to an actor wearing a mask. Sincere love is therefore love without a mask. It is a love that is genuine and sincere, a love that puts others first, so that my own interest are less important. In ourselves we are not capable of such a love, because it is the type of love with which God lies us. God is love and only He can teach us to love like that; to see other people as He sees them; to look past the faults and shortcomings and love the people behind them.” Read the entire message here.
This week, Minister Shawn Lawrimore is joined by Evangelist Cheryl Banks-Hayes to explore the importance of confession and laying your secrets before God. To move forward with God, action is required. Strength of conviction. The ability to forsake those things that hold us back. And to mind our thoughts.
Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. For you died and your life is not hidden with Christ in God.
What the heart is full of, the tongue speaks, as the well-known saying goes, ‘We cannot help speaking of the the things that are uppermost in our thoughts’.
If one listens to the conversations of the average person it would seem as if we do not in the least heed to Paul’s advice to the church of Colosse. The things we talk about are usually pessimistic. If our fellow Christians were to listen to us, they would probably be unable to gather that we actually believe that God will provide for us in the future. Read more.
‘I Love You’. Such a powerful phrase, many expectations, dreams and potential in one phrase. Depending on the speaker of thes words, the validity and connotation can vary. One thing’s for sure, when God tells us, “I Love You” we can be sure it’s the real deal. As such, we have to ensure that when we face ourselves and say those famed three words, we too are the real deal.
In God we find the vine to our branch, how to we use the love, consitency and faith of the vine to nurture and strengthen our branch with self-love? This week, Minister Shawn Lawrimore challenges us to build our relationship with God with self-love as a foundation. This week’s message is supplemented in the devotional “Jesus is The Vine”. “I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.” John 15:5
The vine and the branches form an inseparable unit. We cannot see where the vine ends and the branch begins. The branch is continually being fed by the vine. If the branch is cut from the vine, it will wither and die.
You must remain in Jesus like the branch in the vine. This implies that you will be willing to work on your relationship with Him, that you will grow and become stronger every day, so that you will be able to bear much fruit. It also means that you will get to know him better, and love Him even more. Read More.
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In Episode 14 Minister Shawn Lawrimore addresses the important of building a solid relationship with God. This week’s message, ‘The Valley Of The Shadow of Death’is strongly rooted in Psalm 23:3-4: He guides me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
All our paths sometimes take us through dark places and dangerous valleys’ places where we can’t see God or hear His voice. In all our lives there are times of crisis when it seems as if God is far way and a stronger, as if He is no longer acting like the loving God we are used to. The psalmist also experienced time like these. In Psalm 10:1 he asks, “Why, O Lord, do You stand far off? Why do You hid Yourself in times of trouble?”
Children of God are by no means exempt from hardship and suffering, but we know that God is with us throughout these times; that He walks with us through the valley of the shadow of death; that He is able to protect us against all dander; that He never lets go of our hands, even though we sometimes pull our hands from His. And in God’s hands His children are always safe.
You may take this promise with you on your journey through life.. God is there for you in times of crisis, in times of suffering, in times of sorrow.
Even if you are lost in the valley of the shadow of death, you can still be assured that He will lead you safely through every danger, and the you will one day have eternal life with God.
Heavenly Father, it is so wonderful to know that You are with me when I have to travel through the Valley of the shadow of death; that your hand guides me even there and the You will ultimately lead me safely home. Amen.