Want to Quit? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions First

Your weekly roundup :: June 24 – 28

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.


It’s Time To Say “Enough.”

How has your life simplified this month? Do you feel like you are facing each day with more intentionality? This notion of living simply and with intention really does bleed over into every area of your life. Some of us may need to simplify our work situation, others may need to simplify our financial obligations, and there are probably many of us that need to simplify our personal obligations.

Join us as we wrap up this month’s conversation on simplicity and intentional living!

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Listen to Episode 9 now!

On a scale of one to ten, how much joy does your life currently bring you? Marie Kondo shook us all (in the best possible way) with her quest to help us simplify our homes and let them truly bring us peace and joy. But why let our houses have all the fun? Sandy Olsson, founder of The Master’s Program for Women and a 4word Mentor, joins the podcast to talk about how to simplify your life and give yourself the chance to live intentionally. Hosted by Jordan Johnstone.


Our work, love, pray favorites

women in the workplace, career advice, Christians in the workplace

The Raw Truth (That Hasn’t Changed) About Women, Power And The Workplace

Kathy Caprino with Forbes talks about the dysfunction of corporate America today and what can be done about it.

relationships, dating, singleness, Christian dating, Christian relationships, parenting

Before You Just Quit, Ask These Questions

Nicky Koziarz with Relevant Magazine lists five questions you should ask yourself before bailing out of a difficult situation.

Christianity, faith, spiritual walk, relationship with God

The Devil Lives in the Mirror

Jessica Hooten Wilson writes on Christianity Today to discuss how we wittingly or unwittingly court evil until it claims authority over us.

Watch Liz Bohannon share her incredible mentorship story

Liz Bohannon went through the 4word Mentor Program in 2016 and was introduced by her mentor to a CEO that helped change her company’s (Sseko) business model, which enabled her business to triple in 2017. Liz shares her story here with RightNow Media.

Find a mentor like Liz did in the next session of the 4word Mentor Program!


4word: Local Group Events

Take a look at these upcoming 4word: Local Group event dates and see which one(s) you can attend. We’d love to see you there!

For details on these events, please visit our 4word Events page.