However, it is the STRENGTH of a woman that seems to shine above the rest.
Today we explore the wonders of a woman’s strength and other qualities that make women so amazing!
In the latest podcast episode, I am joined by Dr. Vaughan and Life Coach Ces to discuss why strength is one of the most praised qualities in a woman. We also will examine additional qualities that are vital for every woman to possess, if she has a desire to maximize her potential.
Episode Title: The Strength of a Woman
- “With God on my side, I have the ability to reach within and pull some strength out of my spirit even when I don’t know that I have it.” – Dr. Vaughan
- “The strength of a woman comes from God.” – Cesley
- “We should be pulling strength off of each other and not pulling each other down.” – Dr. Vaughan
- “A woman who has a strong self-image is powerful.” – Dr. Vaughan
- “When you know your purpose and what God designed you for, there’s nothing else that truly inhabits your heart and your mind.” – Cesley
- “When you’re broken, you’ll seek out broken people.” – Dr. Vaughan
- “If you don’t love yourself, you will attract someone who won’t love you either.” – Cesley
- Vital qualities that women must possess in addition to strength
- The importance of young girls developing a strong self-image at a young age that is based on how God loves and perceives them
- How women can build their self-esteem, self-worth and self-love
- Why a woman must love and respect herself before seeking approval elsewhere
Hot Topics & Takeaways:
- Why strength is one of the most praised qualities in a woman
- Dr. Vaughan and Cesley share the belief that being strong encompasses helping those who may be weak, broken and in need
Experience is the Best Teacher:
- Cesley opens up about her personal struggles with self-love
- Dr. Vaughan opens up about the self-esteem issues she dealt with when she was younger
- Developing self-love.
- Discovering what God says about you in His Word.
Apply the Kingdom Principles:
“Women must likewise be dignified, not malicious gossips, but temperate, faithful in all things.” 1 Timothy 3:11 (NASB)