Speaker and Innovative Ministry Leader
"Great speaking style! Super engaging…she was talking to ME!”
"With an unending arsenal of stories, quips, and insight, Ginger has an uncanny ability to connect it all to God’s Word. Her creative, insightful, and Spirit-led talks are a delight. Funny and down-to-earth, she consistently touches on issues all women can relate to."
-Beth Ewing, PWOC President and Colonel, USAF, Retired
"Ginger delivers the perfect mix of humor and heartfelt convictions."
International speaker and innovative women's ministry leader, Ginger Harrington loves sharing God's word with women. With over 10 years of speaking experience, Ginger brings encouragement, truth and authenticity to every group she meets.
Join Ginger Harrington for a roundup of Christian bloggers sharing their best tips on caring for your soul. Enter to win a great study Bible and Beth Moore’s book, Audacious.
Since God loves you so very much, isn’t it time to for you to be okay with loving you? Discover 5 godly ways to care for your soul. Free ebook available: Soul Care That Makes the Difference: 21 Godly Ways to take care of you.
Believe that you matter. You have value and worth. Don’t swallow the lies and rejection of others that can make you feel worthless. These words aren’t from God and they are not true (1 Corinthians 6:20, 2 Corinthians 5:21, 1 Thessalonians 1:4) Agree with what God says about you in His Word. Agreeing is faith…
To the one who’s forgotten she matters. A familiar thought invades: “It doesn’t matter how much you do. It will never be enough.” The leap from feeling a disappointment is as quick as the inhale of breath: “You don’t matter. Your feelings don’t count.” How can loving ourselves squelch the lies that tell us we don’t matter?
When you’re clinging to the edge of sanity by a fingernail, it’s okay to love yourself. Take care of yourself. Give yourself a break. Stop being so hard on yourself. God’s word tells us to love our neighbor as ourselves. Isn’t it time to stop leaving yourself out of the equation?
Join me for a fresh look at a story of Jesus’ healing from Mark 3:1-6. What can happen when Jesus speaks, takes the initiative to address your need?