TD Women’s Ministry Vision

As we proclaim Jesus, the Christ, as head of the Church and the manifested Word of God, our goal is to meet the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of women. We seek to provide a safe haven, create an atmosphere at True Divine where women can realize spiritual maturity, fellowship with other believers, and be taught the Word of God with simplicity and understanding, so that it may be applied to our everyday lives in a practical manner. Therefore, we are transformed into women who excel in life.

TD Women’s Ministry Mission

Producing believers who excel in life.
We intend to achieve this mission by pursuing the following objectives:

  1. To establish small groups for mentoring, encouragement, transparency and accountability.
  2. To grow in grace and knowledge through Bible Study.
  3. To host edifying, fun-filled activities, such as luncheons, teas, and retreats.
  4. To enhance our personal relationship with God through monthly fellowships, events and seminars.
  5. To encourage women to develop in the character of Christ and apply the Word of God to their everyday lives.

“Has your relationship with God changed the way you live your life?”
–Francis Chan

I am so excited about this avenue to encourage you with new revelation of how you are created to live a life that’s driven by your quest for purpose, passion, and more intimacy with Christ. 
Join me as together we come to learn and appreciate the life-changing promises of God’s Word and the beauty of genuinely loving God and His people.


Who We Are…..True Diviners

Daniel 6:3 King James Version (KJV)

Then this Daniel was preferred above the presidents and princes, because an excellent spirit was in him; and the king thought to set him over the whole realm.

Pastor has been teaching us a lot on who we are at True Divine.  As True Diviners, we have a singular mission – producing believers who excel in life.  That is what we do. We at True Divine, produce believers who excel in life. Got it? We excel.  We excel in spiritual matters, health matters, financial matters, marriage matters, parenting matters, work matters, community matters, etc….. You name the “matter,” and we True Diviners excel.  We excel because we yield ourselves over to the inner workings of The Holy Spirit, and as we continue to grow in the things of God, He changes us little by little; day by day; moment by moment. That is the mark of one determined to excel – changing and evolving.


To Excel as defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary means to be superior to; surpass in accomplishment or achievement; to be distinguishable by superiority.


To say that you are a part of the True Divine family says a lot.  It means something special. It says that you are a part of the Body of Christ and we are distinguishable from all others.  We are saying that through the power of The Holy Spirit and The Word of God, we seek to follow the examples left by Christ. We follow His examples illustrated through The Word and become superior to, surpass in accomplishment, and are distinguishable by superiority to all others in our sphere of influence.  We are True Diviners; we are excelling in life!

Divine Financial Nuggets

Philippians 4:19

And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.

If you have lived much life at all, you are probably well aware that putting your trust in the economy, your employer, or your bank account is not a good idea. They are all what we can call fair-weather friends. They all can be helping you greatly one minute, and then the next everything has changed.

God, however, is always faithful. That is why we should always be trusting Him as our supply! It doesn’t matter if there is a financial crisis, if you get laid off, or you have a huge debt to pay – God will always supply your needs just like He promised.

Let’s get started and excel in our finances!

This Week's Divine Humor

A preacher visits an elderly woman from his congregation. As he sits on the couch he notices a large bowl of peanuts on the coffee table. 'Mind if I have a few?' he asks.
'No, not at all!' the woman replied.
They chat for an hour and as the preacher stands to leave, he realizes that instead of eating just a few peanuts, he emptied most of the bowl. 'I'm terribly sorry for eating all your peanuts, I really just meant to eat a few.'

'Oh, that's all right,' the woman says. 'Ever since I lost my teeth all I can do is suck the chocolate off them.'

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Divine Health Nuggets: Let’s Get Intentional in Our Health Choices

Life is all about choices.  Each of us make good choices and bad choices.  Do you choose to wash your dishes or let them sit in the sink until the next day?  Do you choose to overspend and anxiously wait for the next paycheck or do you consistently put money into your savings?  Do you choose to exercise or not? With each choice we make, we also can change, do things in a different way and get better results.

Many people want to change their habits.  Some want to develop healthy habits such as exercising on a regular basis, putting money into savings, being on time, waking up earlier, or being a more involved parent.  Others want to stop bad habits such as biting their nails, smoking, overspending, or saying bad words.  No matter what we desire to change, it starts one intentional step at a time.

Here are some simple, yet effective, tips for developing healthy habits in our health walk:



  • Simple Is Best. Don’t start with 10 habits that you want to change all at once.  This is easy to do because you get excited and feel like you can do anything.  (Trust me, I’ve been guilty of this many, many times!)  Start slow!  This also applies to habits such as exercising.  If you decide that you want to exercise every day for 2 hours and you haven’t exercised for years, you will likely burn out.  Start slowly and work your way up toward your goal. This will help avoid burnout.



  • Commit To Your New Habit For The Long Haul.  I’ve read many times that 21 days is all you need to form a new habit.  Even after 4 weeks of working on the habit, you will still have to work it into your schedule!  Commitment is essential for long-term success.



  • Be Consistent!  Work on your habit every day, at the same place, and at the same time to make your habit last.  This will help the habit become part of your routine and easier to schedule into your daily calendar.


Let’s get started and excel in our health!

july, 2020

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