I’d like your feedback

 Greetings!  I’ve been thinking about writing this blog for quite awhile now & it seems to be the right time now to solicit your wisdom & input.  I’m keen to know if and what topics you’d interested for me to write about.  I’ve tried to keep a broad range, but it would be super helpful to me to know what is interesting & helpful to you.  So please, please, please and one more PLEASE leave your feedback for topics in which you’d be interested – thanks ahead of your time your wisdom & help!!! 😀

13 thoughts on “I’d like your feedback

  1. I have just begun reading your blog, so I don’t know if I have anything to suggest as a topic. I am 67 year old widow, whose home was foreclosed on when my husband died 7 years ago. I have had heart attacks, surgeries. can’t pay my medical bills, need to lose 80 pounds still, live alone. What I do is listen to your mom’s cd teachings for motivation and learn how to cope with loss. My favorite is “Move Your Mountain”. I play it in the car, around my apartment. So I need a cheer leader or motivation. I don’t know what would have happened to me if I had not turned to the Lord when My husband had his first cardiac arrest…… watching your mom, Benny Hinn, Billye Brim, Gloria Copeland, etc. I hope this gives you some ideas. Thank you for asking for our feedback. God bless you and your family. In Jesus name, Amen.

  2. I’m single and waiting to meet my future husband. I would love to hear about your take on waiting for the right one and also, how you knew your husband was the right one. Other than that, I read you from my Google Reader and have enjoyed reading everything you’ve written.

  3. Hi Sarah. I love your show and blog. I will be getting married soon for the first time ever…and I am 51. I will have an instant family and have never been a father before. Please talk about family issues. Thank you.
    Jim in East Saint Louis, Illinois

  4. Thanks Sarah. We need to talk about how to have rest in the midst of a childless marriage. How a single mum can bring up her children in the Lord & also how to live anxiety free in sickness & sorrow. As we discuss these issues God’s wisdom will be revealed through us.

  5. For 45 years I just did eat, sleep and work in nursing. Now that I am retired, I am starting a whole new life. My 2 sisters are disabled, and there is much stress with helping them emotionally and financially. I am trying to memorize as many scriptures as possible so, as your mother teaches, I can pray the promise instead of the problem. My 2 sisters do not know the Lord so any help leading someone to Christ, especially family, would be very helpful too. I love all your blogs. They help me to think in more of a Christian state of mind. Most of my friends and family are unsaved. Hope this helpful, thankyou for asking for feedback.

  6. Hi Sarah! Here are a few things I’d be interested in reading about:

    Hearing God when He speaks

    Contentment in all situations

    What it means to rest in God

    The names of God & their application in our prayer lives

    The fruit of the spirit

    Growing in godly wisdom

    Covering our children in prayer

    Keeping God involved in our marriage

    Thank you 🙂

  7. GREAT! THANK-YOU. I AM INTERESTED IN THE WAYS YOU MANAGE ALL THE DIFFERENT HATS YOU WEAR. YOR WAYS OF BEING A GOOD AND FAITHFUL STEWARD IN THE MIDST OF HARDSHIPS, IN TIMES OF OVERWHELMING CIRCUMSTANCES. CARING FOR ALL THOSE GOD PUTS UNDER YOUR CARE AND COUNSEL IS SURELY A BLESSING AND I KNOW GOD’S GRACE GETS YOU THROUGH TIMES AS THOSE. BUT THERE ARE THOSE EXTRA THINGS YOU DO OR THOSE THINGS YOU HAVE DONE THAT IN HINDSIGHT YOU LEARN AND BECOME WISER. PLEASE SHARE SARAH ? 🙂

  8. Hello Ms. Sarah – Wow! You asked for a target and I believe you need a shotgun and not a rifle to hit all of the targets that has been put out in front of you. I pray for your strength and patience (without tribulation haha) to meet all of those needs. Please continue your endeavors and the Lord will direct you – I’m not sure you are Joshua or Caleb but as you continue to lead all of your faithful followers just press on in love. Best advice: WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?) he led from his experiences as God directed. So that is your path- besides Moses(she’s great), I mean your Mom won’t let you wander to far off the path – Smile. You are one of the few who I can count on that doesn’t get “religious” because you speak from the heart with your hands.

  9. I love learning more about the Holy Spirit. Being raised Lutheran – as you know – the Holy Spirit was unfortunately greatly overlooked in my opinion. I’d love to learn more about “Him” and how He works in our daily lives, how to open our hearts and minds to hear Him more etc.

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