Apr 26

You Make a Great Leader!

Inspired. Amazed. Impressed. Informed. Encouraged. Blessed. Full. Touched. Proud.

These are just a few words that describe how I have felt as I’ve read the Words of the Week, the Memory Verses, and the reasons you selected then.  You make fabulous leaders!

If you have not done the assignment posted earlier this week, you still have time.  You can find it here.

If you haven’t read the comments from this post , oh girlfriend, you must visit right now!

All those words I opened up with, well, that’s how you are going to feel.


I can’t wait to keep growing and learning because you took the time to share!

Thanks so much~Love you <3



  1. Judy Carreno says:

    Melissa – those words are exactly how I would describe what I have felt by you! God has truly given you the gift of leadership and encouragement to others. Thank you again for listening to Him and leading us. I’ve just posted my word and memory verses and am definitely feeling what you feel by reading everyone else’s posts!

    Blessings always,

    • Thank you Judy! You are so sweet to say those things about me. Thanks for doing this assignment and I’m glad you got a lot out of reading everyone’s posts. I just love them!!!

  2. Melissa. I know you have touched my heart through the study but more than anything I so appreciate the prayer you lifted to God for me and my situation. I also appreciate a listening ear. I know God has good plans for me and that situation. I am standing on that and believing God will work it out in His time. Thanks for all you do for the studies. I am so excited about the next 2 studies that are coming up and that I am getting the opportunity to be a group leader. Awesome and so, so blessed by the Proverbs 31 team and you especially. Hugs and blessings sent your way.
    Angie Webb

  3. Angie,
    I don’t even know what to say! Thank you for your sweet words.

    You are right, God will work it out. I’m thrilled you are doing the next 2 studies with us and that you will be leading a FB prayer group. I’ve seen the way you build up and encourage others. It’s a gift and a blessing.