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#FeelingGrateful by Catisha Asbury

This is Day 29 of the 30-Day "Feeling Grateful" Blog Series on Grow Forward & Flourish. My heart is full of gratitude because of individuals like Catisha Asbury, who raised her hand and said YES! I'll be a part of encouraging others to embrace the power of gratitude in their everyday lives by sharing reasons why I feel grateful. Thank you Catisha!


Catisha Asbury has been a born again Christian since 1996 and was called into ministry in 1999.  God has enabled her to serve in the Body of Christ as a street preacher, intercessor, youth minister, spoken word poet, and now called to pastor.  

She began as ministry director, Women of Harvest in 2011.  Women of Harvest based on Luke 10:2 has ministered in coaching/encouragement to women and consult with them in ministry.  “The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few.  Pray to the Lord to send forth laborers.”  The ministry had a name change to Seeds of Harvest and has expanded to men, women, and youth.  The internet via Blogtalk radio and Facebook(s) has been the primary resource in getting this work accomplished.  The ministry has just celebrated a three year anniversary in May 2014

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Here are a few reasons why Catisha Ashbury is #FeelingGrateful…


1.     I'll never be stop being grateful for... God and Jesus in my life!
2.   My favorite way to say thank you is... Taking Action (Speak Louder)
3.   The best thank you I've received was... (Letter from my daughter)
4.   When I was a kid, I didn't realize how grateful I should have been for...my single mother taking me to church and learn about God and Jesus)
5.    (Bonus) The attitude of gratitude helps me to... Keep the right perspective and focus! Most of all get over minor things to focus on what really or Who is important!

I’m so grateful for Catisha for raising her hand to be a part of The Feeling Graeteful Blog Series. Her willingness to share how her faith in God keeps her focused on the importance of our spiritual journey is a testament to the transformation that occurs in one’s life when we believe that no matter where we are in life, the grace and mercy of God is sufficient and that he welcomes each of us like the father of the prodigal son in the Bible with compassion and everlasting love.

Last but not least, I'm soooo thankful for all the readers that have traveled this journey with me as the series comes to an end tomorrow. Many of you have returned day after day, shared posts with those in your network and on your websites. I’ve received emails from many and replied to comments made on various social media sites about how one of the posts inspired you to embrace a daily practice of gratitude. This series would not have been as successful without your engagement. A heartfelt thank you to each of you.

Grateful Heart 
 



Jackie Capers-Brown
Founder, Grow Forward & Flourish
Author, Get Unstuck Now


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