Honor Your Sheroes and Heroes

How to Leave a Legacy of Valuable Lessons

Can you still hear the advice and encouragement in your heart from the sheroes and heroes who have shaped your life? Giving them credit for their contributions to your accomplishments is a way to express humble gratitude. Here are 3 ways (among many) you can honor the memory of those who came before you: 

  1. Mention the person’s name from which you learned a valuable lesson.
  2. Make them proud by striving for excellence in all things.
  3. Share your best ideas with others, knowing there’s always more where that came from.

Answer this question in the Comments section: What is a valuable lesson you’ve learned and from whom? 

Laura Savage-Rains--coach, speaker, writer--is the founder and author of WomensMinistryCoach.com who is using her 30+ years of ministry and leadership experience to teach women how to lead with passion. She is a native Texan who has also lived in foreign places such as Alabama and Romania. She makes her home in Lakeway, Texas, with her husband, Mark. She loves to write, speak, and teach the Bible. She is also a women's ministry team member, choir member, stepmom, and Grammy to 3 little girls. She loves dark chocolate with caramel, "The Sound of Music" movie, and Barbra Streisand's music.

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2 thoughts on “Honor Your Sheroes and Heroes

  1. Mrs Daniels, my Sunday school teacher in 4th grade, taught me to feel comfortable praying aloud in a group. She began by telling you the previous week that the followers no Sunday would be your turn to lead the prayer for the class. Thank you, Mrs Daniels, for introducing me to the power of corporate prayer!