What does it mean to BE CHANGE? It means you are open and ready to transform. Transformation includes redefining the way you think, see and speak.
The way we see, or our perspectives, are how we look at the world around us. We know Jesus saw into the hearts of people around Him. He looked at someone and really saw him/her. He did not judge that person by what they wore, how they acted, status, wealth, education, position or achievements. But, His Jesus x-ray could see past the surface into the heart.
He did have a way of seeing things from a Kingdom perspective. Often, the hardest challenge was for people to see themselves and others with the same love, acceptance and encouragement He poured out. We are learning how to see ourselves, others and circumstances from His viewpoint.
Our mindsets are our beliefs. The way to Be Change is not about changing the beliefs of our faith. But, we are redefining, removing or shifting what we believe about ourselves. The way we believe about ourselves comes through our positive and negative experiences. Beliefs come through lies we take as truth in our lives. The negative inner territory we have allowed to define us. They also come through what has been reinforced over time.
But, we have the power to Be Change…The not “good enough, not capable, the discouraged, performance driven and victim thinking” have an opportunity to be exchanged for the truth of “strength, purpose, hope, authority, resolve, resilience, fruit of the Spirit, maturity and love of God, self and others.” God offers us this gift.
Our language is a reflection. As we speak, language highlights what we learn, how we grow and how we shift in the way we see or what we believe. The power to Be Change comes when we learn to flip negative focuses into words of process, value, revelation and possibilities. We use language as a catalyst for reframing old sin habits into new habits of what a warrior, or one who is carrying God’s heart into all areas of influence, would live out.
As we develop and mature, each of these areas are put to the test through the evidence of how we are changing, maturing and growing. This evidence helps us embrace what the transformational power of God working in our lives, day in and day out, really means.
Through The Warrior Commission and our desire to Be Change, we found our personal transformation builds momentum. The joy, freedom and momentum created through our individual processes of maturity combine together to create a strong foundation to partner with God and what He releases over the earth.
Transformation opens us to share what we understand. We bring change by connecting to His promises and provision for our day to day and in prayer.
Maturing in how we see, how we think and how we speak increase what we are able to capture in our conversations with God. The impact of our intercession increases as we transform. Transformation empowers our lives to Be Change!
Executive Director of The Warrior Commission
“God is my passion. TWC is my Tribe. My life is an amazing adventure as I explore possibilities and dream with God. I am a wife and best friend to John (26 years), mom to my college-aged kids, friend, mentor, teacher/trainer, business owner, speaker, strategist, pioneer and native Texan. I love visiting with Father, Son and Holy Spirit to discover His heart. I love the process of growth and have great expectation for who each of us is becoming. My favorite thing is to see people soar in and through their relationship with God!
Christine serves as the Executive Director of The Warrior Commission (TWC): To find our more about Christine or to see about her coming to your meeting or event contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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