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.
Ever thought about the difference between a spiritual makeover and transformation? A spiritual makeover is a quick fix: read a book, make a resolution, and apply a few Bible. Maybe we need something more than try-hard efforts to be a better person. The person we want to be.
Some books reach right into your heart, pressing on tender spots tucked out of sight. Currently, I’m reading a brand new devotional from one of my favorite authors, Holley Gerth. As I read, I find myself each chapter. Did You Know You’re Already Amazing: 30 Truths to Set Your Heart Free, is Holley’s devotional companion to You’re Already Amazing.
Confidence doesn’t come just for the asking. We cannot simply will ourselves to be confident. Unlike Dorothy and her glittery red slippers, we cannot click our heals and repeat, “I am confident” three times and will ourselves to be confident. We cannot chase inadequacy away with better performance and enhanced looks. For here is the trap–how much is enough? How many affirmations and successes will it take to settle the questions of our souls?
As a mom, I’ve honed the art of worrying about my kids. Twenty-three years of parenting and seven military moves have provided ample opportunity to raise my worry-skills to expert level. Change seems to be the constant of our lives. The uprooting of belonging was hard for me as an adult; what was it doing to my kids? As a mom, I often worried about the impact change and transition would have on my children.
I’m excited to share my recent article published in the August issue of Refresh Magazine! In today’s world, stress has become our normal condition. Our culture has many formulas for peace, or at least lots of ways to make us feel better. Try this, do that, buy this entice advertisements. The world’s false peace shimmers on the horizon, visible, but always out of reach.
So how do we deal with time setbacks, whether big or small? Our enemy can rob our time and good intentions with interruptions and busyness and feelings that we should not be bothered by these minor irritations. So we never see that we’re in the battle. But what we end up fighting and losing is the daily sense of peace and prosperity that God wants His children to have. What are you learning about handling interruptions well?