January 19, 2018

Staff Spotlight: Audie Munoz

How long have you been with the ministry? I have been working for this ministry for about five awesome months now! What do you do for Hour of Power? I am the Assistant to the Operations Project Manager. When I come to work, I help Adriana out with a large number of things like proofing and making sure our direct mail gets dropped on time, shipping out packages, delivering offers to our warehouse, keeping track of our warehouse inventory, printing/cutting/distributing our bulletins, and much more! How did God bring you to the ministry? God brought me to this ministry one day when I was venting to our Choir Conductor, Irene Messoloras, about all of the troubles and frustrations going on at my old job. I told her that really bad things were happening within the company and that it was time for me to leave. Fortunately, she told me that

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You Don’t Need to Pretend

“But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.” – 2 Corinthians 12:9 When we pretend, people fall in love with our fake self. How do you escape something like that? Pretending makes you awkward, not awesome (I’ve learned that from experience). I have also learned that when you’re vulnerable, the people that love you actually feel closer to you. Men, I’m speaking to you. When you are more vulnerable about your emotions — about feeling stressed, about feeling angry, about feeling sad, about feeling lost —  people feel closer to you, not farther. You connect in the heart instead of the head —  you don’t pretend because you’re rooted in God’s love and your dignity is found in Him. You

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