As indicated in its Google Analytics, God’z Gurlz’ readership is growing in number. Some of these readers come from people who are on face book, twitter, linked in, and other social networking groups. Others come from members of other blog sites and those who have heard about God’z Gurlz from other people and sources. Surely, all these came as a result of God’z Gurlz' promotional efforts, through the leading of the Lord, and the power of the Holy Spirit.
As Lisa Maki says: “God knows who should read our articles. He knows who will receive them. He knows who will be blessed by them. He already has in mind who these articles are for. So since He knows, then why waste my time and effort on doing things on my own? I totally rely on Him and His leading as to how to promote and where to promote. Every step of the way has been directed by Him. This is why He has blessed all our efforts. I actually have an article for our January issue that talks more about this kind of promoting … God’s way of promoting”.
It is the ‘realness’
God’z Gurlz is also successfully fulfilling its mission of providing a place where women can learn to manage their emotions, experience healing, receive love and acceptance, and be free to be who God made them to be, through sharing of insights and experiences, counseling, prayer, and devotionals, thereby learning from and supporting each other.
Through their articles, God’z Gurlz has been helping women deal with their emotions.
God’z Gurlz’ facebook group has also been very instrumental in the fulfillment of its mission through the interaction that it provides to its members. There are a lot of sharing of insights and experiences going on. Several prayers have already been answered and many women have received one-on-one counseling.
This year, God’z Gurlz wants to see more prayers and intercessions happening within the group, which includes all the readers of course. They also plan to have more physical interaction in the near future as well as more involvement from other churches and Christian organizations.
Truly, this year will be a far greater year for God’z Gurlz. As Lisa Maki puts it: The best is yet to come.
God’z Gurlz’ January issue is jampacked again with real and honest-to-goodness articles that will not only touch the hearts but will challenge the readers to take their walk to a higher level.
“Be Spiritually Fit”, “Good Health Starts with a Good Mind”, and “Still Looking Good”, are articles that will not only help the readers keep their bodies healthy but their souls and spirits as well.
The articles under Business and Work, “Promote More Effectively”
The Leadership Articles: “Guard Your Vision” and “Walk Your Talk”, were written to make better leaders from our readers.
The two articles under Heart Issues and Emotions: “Take That Band-Aid Off” and “When God Strips You Off” are surely going to pierce some hearts and will bring about true emotional healing.
God’z Gurlz is also featuring its new “Marriage”
Another very touching article on God’z Gurlz’ January issue is the founder’s letter to her eldest son, entitled, “I Love You, Son”.
Then there is an article that exposes how women’s behavior and actions affect the men around them. Entitled “Girls…Beware of Your Actions”, this article will surely make women think and reevaluate themselves.
Poetry also abounds in this issue, as well as actual testimonies that are meant to encourage our readers and make them realize that they are not alone in this journey.
God’z Gurlz continues to get better each time. This is the only acceptable offering to God … nothing but the very best.
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God’z Gurlz is a Bible-based online magazine that caters to women’s issues such as managing emotions, marriage, parenthood, business, profession, education, relationships, health, finances, and other related concerns. It aims to connect women from all walks of life, regardless of background, race, culture, and status.
The mission of God’z Gurlz is to provide a place where women can learn to manage their emotions, experience healing, receive love and acceptance, be free to be who God made them to be, and be the best they can be in their homes, schools, professions, relationships, and calling, through sharing of insights and experiences, counseling, prayer, and devotionals, thereby learning from and supporting each other.