I will never forget when my oldest daughter faced her first round of college exams. She was away from home, and she was stressed!
I remember scrambling, store to store, to find the perfect items to offer encouragement. I wanted to pack them up and send them to her; a treasure box to ease her doubt. I wanted so badly for her to know she would get through. That her steps were being directed by our loving God. I wanted her to hold tightly to truth; she was created to be great and nothing would change that.
If only I had a Grow Box. No frenzied shopping. In just a few clicks, BAM, the perfect message and gifts would've been on the way to her. The easy button to place truth, inspiration and encouragement in my daughter's hands.
As a mom of six with a full-time job, having to shop and build a box takes a lot of time. And now, with many children away at college, it's a very difficult to be consistent and persistent with.
That's why I'm thrilled to put these beautiful boxes into people's hands. It means so much to send a gift of love to a child or friend that reminds them, "Hey, It's okay. God's got this. He's got you."
A Grow Box lifts their spirits, teaches them how God sees them, and reaffirms the fact that God has plans to prosper them, to give them a hope and a future.
The change you desire for your family or someone special in your life all starts today.
Remember, we're all created to be great.
Thanks for listening ~ Angelic
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This world can be a heavy place.
The kind of heavy that presses down and makes it hard to breathe.
We rush to outrun pain and busy ourselves to forget the crushing weight of days and months and years that don’t turn out the way we thought they would. All of us who have lived a little while know it, that pounding of a frenzied heart racing to keep a desperate body moving. And we push on like we’re been chased by time, carrying that airless ache in our chests.
“And what do you do?”
It’s a normal question, a defining question. Tell me what you do with your time, so I can understand who you are.
For a lot of us, if we’re honest, the answer would be, “I wait.”
We wait for the next thing, wait for the kids to be grown, wait for our ship to come in, wait for the right relationships, wait for our dreams to come true and our questions to be answered. And sometimes the waiting drives us a little out of our minds.
We fidget and spin circles, and our impatience drives us so hard against tomorrow that we forget to see today.
We forget to see the truth.
Waiting is close to God’s heart.
We’re born with an instinct to be curled inward, legs pulled up and fists closed tight. It’s what feels natural and comfortable. As we grow, our bodies adapt and learn to function stretched tall and open, but a lot of us keep living in an emotional fetal position. We’re afraid to be seen and known. We’re afraid of pain and loss and not having enough.