Becci shared with us thoughts about contentment, her Scripture verse cards, and the power of saying ‘no.’
Inspiring biblical passage of the moment: “Be Still and Know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10
Spiritual growth focus at the moment: Learning to be content and find joy in every circumstance!
Profession: Student at All Nations Christian College, Hertfordshire.
A one sentence bio of yourself: I love spending time with people, walking in nature and being intentional and investing in community!
When did you first encounter God? When I was about 14 years old, I was on a Scripture Union holiday, and in the worship, I knew God was real.
“[I]n the worship, I knew God was real.”
What has helped you grow spiritually in this season: Some great preaches at my partners’ church in Germany!
Just read/currently reading: Just read Job and Song of Solomon! Now reading Jeremiah!
Top three essentials: My Journal, my TomBow pen and my phone!
How did God speak to you recently? About resting in His presence and that saying no sometimes is okay, so that we can say yes to what God wants for us!
“[S]aying no sometimes is okay, so that we can say yes to what God wants for us!”
Hobby: Swimming, running, working out, making handmade Scripture verse cards– check them out on my @pursuewhatcounts Instagram page! Journaling, doodling! Being with people, eating out in restaurants!
Top three practical tips for staying spiritually strong: Read the Bible every day, be accountable to someone and have a prayer partner!
Favorite person in scripture? Ruth.
What do you want people to learn about God when they look at you? That the nature of God abounds in generosity, is totally sacrificial and reckless in love.
Favorite season: Autumn!
Favorite holiday: Summer– one year I went to Australia which was amazing!
A special tradition you and your family engage in or keep: Christmas Eve festivities- beef rolls!
Question you will ask when you get to heaven? Why are humans so prone to temptation and failing?
Thing you want to raise awareness about: When people are on their periods in third world countries, they have no access to basic sanitary products or sanitation. I want to fundraise and make others aware of this.
What do you usually do before 9 a.m.? I journal, pray, read my bible and a devotional, shower, get ready.
What is on your nightstand? A lamp, Vaseline, John & Stasi Eldredge Wild at Heart and Captivating book, a reminder about prayer for my partner.
For more Becci:
Insta: @becciwills and @pursuewhatcounts
Until next time, keep witnessing!
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