Ignite Your Morning: Why I’m writing to you

I don’t know about you but I like to begin my day by thinking of something that will get me going, and up for the day. Kind of like my morning coffee is to my body.

My morning thoughts get me out of the blah and into, what I like to call… the Tigger mood. You know, from Winnie the Poo? T-I- double Guh—errrrrrr.

So that’s the purpose of these articles.

A little thought for the day, released to you on “hump day” to get you going strong for the rest of the week.

Let me start by this statement: You have to know who you are and what you are created for. You need to know your identity and realize your purpose and then you will walk boldly into your destiny.

You were uniquely designed by a Creator who loves you and no matter the circumstances surrounding your conception and birth, you are here for a reason.

You have a purpose and a destiny.

So each week I will be writing to you to give you a fuel for your heart, to pump you up and remind you of who you are. But first, I plan to tell you a bit about who we are, because honestly, I think you will find a bit about who God made you to be as I talk about who God made our group to be.

I can’t wait to tell you all about it.

Join me every Wednesday to Ignite your day. Don’t fall into the “hump day” trap!

The Ignite Freeport Team

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