Waiting on God
There are times in our lives where we find ourselves in seasons of reflection, and we look back to understand more fully how we got to where we are today. And reflection can take on several forms. It can be that we simply think and recall things to mind; we can look back through our journals; we can process with a friend who has travelled with us and who knows us well. Then, in the midst of those various forms of reflection, noticeable lessons or themes begin to float to the surface, and for me the theme of waiting on God has bubbled up.
Here are some of my reflections about waiting.
When you reflect on the theme of waiting, especially with respect to waiting on God, what comes to mind?
The Reverend Carmen Kampman is a woman on the road of leadership. Ordained with the PAOC, she is a steward of God’s call to women in ministry, and the founder of LEAD Women, a ministry equipping Christian women for leadership. She is also VP of Advancement at Horizon College & Seminary, and a graduate student in the Masters of Leadership program at Briercrest Seminary. Through study, discipline, and passionate encouragement, Carmen cultivates the deep wells of God’s grace and invites others to journey with her, to discover for themselves who they are and how God is calling them to where they want to be.