the meaning behind the name
Many years ago I got stuck in the book of Numbers, specifically at chapters 13 and 14 in the story of the 12 spies. How is it that Joshua and Caleb had the faith to enter into the promised land, while the other ten spies spoke of defeat and rebellion? They saw the same thing in the natural that the other ten had seen, yet they entered the promised land. As I studied this further, I became convinced that Joshua and Caleb were able to see the land as the Lord saw the land, a land flowing with milk and honey. A land that the Lord had led them to, and that the Lord would give to them. Joshua and Caleb were able to see the land and its current inhabitants through the lens of the promise recorded in Deuteronomy 7. I wanted that for my life, and as I have learned to walk in that way, I want to release others to that freedom to enter their promised land.
To transform the lives of people struggling in the day-to-day by providing the tools, the counseling, and/or the stability they need for the abundant life for which they were created.
BE the life for which you were created.