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June 29, 2020

Firm Foundation

"Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to resist in the evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm." (Ephesians 6:13)

Last February, Christine Cain spoke to women all over the world about fear. She challenged us to be more full of faith than full of fear. To be faith-full.

Baseball life carries a lot of fear, doesn't it? Fear of losing a job. Fear of moving again. Fear of not fitting in.

Christine says that courage comes when we realize God is with us. He is the foundation we stand on in the midst of fear.

And when we choose to stand on that Firm Foundation, God can do big things.

So how do we do that?

  • Read - Be so full of the Word of God that when anxiety threatens, His Word is already hidden in your heart, ready to give you courage and peace.
  • Pray - Be honest with God. Bring Him all of your worries and fears, even anger and questions. He isn't scared of any of it!
  • Live in Community - Connect with other baseball gals during the season, both in person and online (Are you connected with our private Facebook group yet?). Plug in to your local church during the offseason. Don't do this life alone.
  • Invest - Attend a bible study together as a couple. Sign up for The Increase Conference. Invest in your relationship with God together.

God is bigger than your fears. Would you let Him be your Firm Foundation today?

Prayer: Dear God, thank You for giving us courage as we stand confident in Your promises.

Suggested Reading: Ephesians 6:13-17

Alysa Bajenaru


Baseball Chapel
P.O. Box 10102
Largo, FL 33773
operations@baseballchapel.org
 
 


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