One Truth That Can Change Your Facts Into Faith

One Truth That Can Change Your Facts Into Faith

Hebrews 11:1 “Faith (belief, firm persuasion, assurance, firm conviction) is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (act upon what is not seen)”. It is not just mental assent to the facts and realities of truth, it must come from a deep...

Burn and Crash: A Mom’s Confession

Burn and Crash: A Mom’s Confession

Burn and Crash: A Mom’s Confession No, the title of this blog is not a typo or me being confused about how the saying really goes. I know the phrase “crash and burn” and I understand it. You can crash and not burn, so adding “and burn” to the end shows that it was not...

Time to Recharge: Learning to Rest

Time to Recharge: Learning to Rest

Do you ever use your phone until there is no more battery left? I have the tendency to work from my phone until it hits 20% and it warns me to set it to “Low Power Mode” where it will try to reserve the little energy left in my battery. If I can, I put the phone on...

Solomon’s Prayer In Leadership

Solomon’s Prayer In Leadership

One of my favorite passages of scripture that we can learn from as leaders is in 1 Kings 3. In verse 5, the Lord appeared to Solomon in a dream and told him to “ask for whatever you want me to give you.” Solomon had just become King after his father, King David has...

Truth or Dare: Who is in Control?

Truth or Dare: Who is in Control?

Truth or Dare Growing up, I’m sure you all played the game “truth or dare” at least once or twice.   I would just about always choose truth rather than dare because the idea of being honest was much less terrifying than performing whatever dare my friends might come...

What’s Your One Right Move in 2017?

What’s Your One Right Move in 2017?

I have a confession to make at the outset of the New Year. I have this crazy preoccupation with grocery carts in parking lots. I might have an obsessive, compulsive, disease of needing to completely align the grocery carts in the grocery cart corral. Here's the...

Faith Like a Child

Faith Like a Child

Please join us today as Julia shares a life story about the importance of faith and believing the father cares for us personally. We should all have faith like a child. Generation Eve Conversations That Matter Photo Credit: Skitter Photo

How to be Satisfied in your Singleness

How to be Satisfied in your Singleness

Satisfied in your Singleness Let me start by saying, if you are married…KEEP READING. There is much in this post that I hope will give you new ways to encourage and pour into the hearts of your children and single people in your life. While I come from a divorced...

Begin Again: Picking Up Where You Left Off

Begin Again: Picking Up Where You Left Off

Begin Again: Picking Up Where You Left Off Have you ever found yourself missing something?  Perhaps life got a little busy or you became discouraged and you walked away from something that brought you great joy. You know, though I don’t love New Year’s resolutions, I...

The Power of Prayer; Learn to Create Intimacy with God

The Power of Prayer; Learn to Create Intimacy with God

One amazing thing that has strengthened my faith in the mountains and the valleys of my life is the power of prayer. What I recognize is that when we pour out the depths of our heart to our Father and trust that He will answer our requests, something big happens not...

4 Tips for Being Your Child’s Best Advocate

4 Tips for Being Your Child’s Best Advocate

Join Julia and Kim as they discuss how to be your child's best advocate. In this vlog they will discuss how to: 1. TRUST YOUR GUT 2. PRAY, PRAY, PRAY 3. SPEAK PURPOSE OVER YOUR CHILD 4. BELIEVE IN YOUR CHILD Generation Eve Conversations That Matter Photo credit: ...

New Year, New Beginnings

New Year, New Beginnings

Jesus is in the business of taking messed up people and creating new beginnings. He wants to take what you think is a wreck and turn it into a platform to share who He is with others. Don’t believe me look at some of the people who really messed up. Tamar was...

Faith and Hope for the New Year; Believing for His Best

Faith and Hope for the New Year; Believing for His Best

2016…what a year! So much in my own life has happened in these almost 12 months, and I am excited to see what will come in the year ahead. As we prepare ourselves, I just want to encourage you as you believe God for His best in the New Year. Looking Back “Remember the...

Join Us for an UGLY Christmas Sweater Party!!!

Join Us for an UGLY Christmas Sweater Party!!!

Hi Generation Eve Family, Join Generation Eve founders, Kim Anderson and Julia Mateer as they celebrate Christmas with you by throwing a LIVE Facebook Ugly Sweater Christmas Party. A drawing for a special Christmas surprise gift will be done at the end of the event....

It Is Never Too Late to Create a Christmas Tradition

It Is Never Too Late to Create a Christmas Tradition

It wasn’t too long ago that I was feeling sorry for myself. Coming from a broken home and later dealing with separation and divorce it was hard to believe that I could have anything normal for myself and my children. This feeling couldn’t be more powerful than during...

Giving More by Giving Ethically

Giving More by Giving Ethically

It is safe to say we are in the busiest most expensive time of the year. As parking lots are packed and the words “Holiday Sale!” are everywhere we are bombarded with what to buy and where to buy it from. I would like to propose one question to ask yourself this...

Where is Your Samaritan Woman?

Where is Your Samaritan Woman?

Jesus is in the business of changing lives!  And you know what? We are too!  We change lives by creating life-giving environments where women have the opportunity to connect with God and with others.  Whether you serve on worship teams, small group ministries,...

Tis the Season for Leftovers: Emotional Leftovers

Tis the Season for Leftovers: Emotional Leftovers

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite Holidays. Why you ask? Well for the leftovers of course! There is nothing like some leftover turkey meat, on doughy white bread (Yes I said white bread. It's the only time I ever eat ‘white’ bread. Please don't judge me.), with...

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