One of my favorite ministries is Delight Ministries. They are fully focused on college age girls, and they have chapters around the US in different colleges/universities. I have followed them for a few years now, and I am SUPER excited to become apart of the Delight chapter at my university. Today I want to talk about the new season of For the Girl podcast! I am on the Season 2 Launch Team, and I have already listened to the first three episodes. I LOVE THIS SEASON SO MUCH!!! They are going deeper into God and they aren’t just covering topics about dating and relationships.
The second episode covers the topic of friendships, and I wrote a page of notes about what they were saying. Some of the points they hit are VERY useful and can be applied in everyday life. One of the quotes from the episode is, “When you have nasty thoughts about comparison you have the option to just celebrate.” This was super powerful because comparison is the thief of joy, and people usually just let it happen. God wants us to have joy, and one of the ways we can do that is to celebrate your friend for doing something awesome instead of being upset that they can do something you couldn’t do.
The third episode deals with social media, and how to use your influence for good. Mak and Kenz made some awesome points about being on a social media detox, posting with the right intention, and setting boundaries. They give some GREAT advice! I honestly plan on implementing some of what they said into my daily life.
I think that’s it for today peeps! Don’t forget to check out the For the Girl podcast wherever you listen to them. The first episode is already out, but if I do this correctly then this post will be up August 6, which is when the second episode is out! Go follow Delight on Instagram @delightministires. You can also follow me on Instagram @noelle_janae, and you can go like my Facebook page which is just noelle janae. I’ll talk to you guys later!
I will call them my people, who were not my people; and her beloved, who was not beloved. -Romans 9:25
by Noelle Janae