Monday, October 27, 2008

My trip to NC - Part A




This weekend I traveled to NC to lead worship for a women's retreat that my cousin, Shelley was speaking at. (I will be posting pictures and more details later). Shelley is a wife and mother of 3, a gifted Bible teacher, speaker, author, and television talk show host (she's a very busy woman!). Not only does she head up, "Church4Chicks", (www.church4chicks.com), but she has a ministry called "Mary's Vineyard Ministries" and speaks at women's conferences all over the US. (If you are interested in booking her at your church or event, go to www.shelleyhendrix.com).

I am so honored to be involved in ministry with my cousin. Shelley is not just my cousin, but she is one of my best friends. We call each other "BCF's" ("Best Cousin Friends"). Shelley has had a tremendous Godly influence on me through the years. Anytime I would go to Atlanta to visit her in the past, I would come back feeling closer to God. She is just one of those kinds of people that makes you want to have a deeper relationship with Christ just by spending time with her and seeing her relationship with Him. I have watched Shelley go through some of the most painful events one could ever go through over and over again in her life, yet she has remained faithful to God through it all. Her life is such an inspiration to me and she is truly one of my biggest role models. I am so blessed and proud to be involved with Shelley in ministry, and I cannot wait to see how God is going to use us in the future.

Well - I better stop my bragging before this all starts going to her head (Just kidding :)

I love you Shelley!

1 comment:

Shelley Hendrix said...

Jen, I could say the same about you. You are a breath of fresh air and I'm so honored to have you in my life. I can't wait to see what God has in store for us as we continue to walk together and serve the Lord with one another. Thank you for being obedient to God in moving to Atlanta and by the way you live your life day-by-day. Thank you for encouraging me with this over-the-top sweet post.

I love you my BCF! :-)

PS--You've got to blog about our adventure on Thunder Road!