Viewing entries posted in April 2015
April is all about spring. The dread of winter in the rearview mirror and the new of spring in the front windshield.
April also brings golf fans to a place in Georgia that is about as beautiful a place as you will find. The Dogwood trees and Azaleas are in bloom and set against the green of the course, it's incredible. The competition is great because The Masters is considered a major championship and all professional golfers dream to win there.
Don't give up. You've persevered when it would have been easier to quit. You've moved forward when you felt weary. You've pushed through to what God has for you. And that is extraordinary.
It may seem like no one sees, no one notices, no one even knows. But let me reassure you that the loving eyes of God have watched every step. And he has not just watched — he has walked beside you all the way.
After more than ten years of being a stay at home mom reentering the workforce was overwhelming to me. I remember the first time I sat down to create a resume. I couldn’t figure out if diaper changing, cooking 3 meals a day for 4 picky kids, and refereeing fighting toddlers went under “skills” or “strengths”. In the end, I turned off the computer, locked myself in the bathroom and had a good cry. Even though I was a smart, competent woman I felt lost and overwhelmed.
Whether you’re like me, reentering the workforce after several years home with the kids, you’re seeking employment for the first time, or you’re just looking to change career paths, Christian Women’s Job Corps can help.