Wondering What God Says About You?
In 2017, I studied the Bible to discover what God says about His children. My findings turned into an ebook called #52Devotionals. I'm sharing it with women for free because I believe this information is the key to hope, peace, and joy. Get the ebook now!
Dear #TruePrincesses! Thanks for visiting my ministry for Christian women.
I'm Anna Szabo, the founder of Online Discipleship For Women and creator of the six pillars of joyful living (faith, food, fitness, finances, felicity, and fortitude). I'm also the author of the #52Devotionals ebook, which is a unique collection of Biblical devotionals helping women realize their royal identity in Christ.
My passion for this ministry comes from experiencing adversity. I had a really tough life, there's no other way to put it. Many times, I didn't want to live my life. Yes, I'm talking about suicide. There was a hole in my heart until I met Jesus.
See, I grew up in Russia and was raised by a family of alcoholics where adultery and violence were a daily norm. Abuse, poverty, rejection, and lack of wise counsel left me traumatized and confused. I didn't know who I was or whose I was.
I never had a father. My mother told me regularly that she hated me and shared how she wanted to abort me. So, I was searching for identity, acceptance, and belonging everywhere - in all the wrong places for many years.
And that's how I found Jesus: weeping on my knees in the middle of my living room at night... I remember that day in April of 2014... Late night, city lights, my apartment 503 at Flats at Perimeter Place... Soft carpet underneath my knees, and tears rolling down my face as I'm weeping...
Christ entered my heart and changed my life forever that very night!
Jesus took my pain, anger, and confusion away. And instead, He placed in my heart a burning desire to share the Gospel.
I got baptized a few months later in front of 3,000 people at Buckhead Church on October 19th, 2014. My life isn't perfect by any means but with Jesus, I have a peaceful life filled with joy.
Online Discipleship For Women ministry and this website are my platform to share the joy of the Lord with His world. I believe that understanding who you are in Christ has the power to transform your character, lifestyle, goals, and future. It's that powerful! If you accepted Jesus as your lord and savior, you and I are both #TruePrincesses!
And I want to lift you up in prayer. Please send me your prayer requests.
Thanks for reading.
Matthew 18:20 says this: "For where two or three gather in my name, there I am with them."
I wasn’t raised in a church In fact, I struggled with sexual addiction most of my adult life, but in 2014, I gave my life to Jesus. I believe that being in God’s word daily is the most important habit you can give yourself as a gift.
Being in the Word while going through a severe depression and debilitating suicidal thoughts in 2016 and 2017, I was able to get through adversity by focusing on Jesus and God’s eternal promises.
That’s why I created Online Discipleship for Women. The goal of my ministry is to gather here with YOU, the woman who, like me, wants to grow in her relationship with Jesus, persevere through tough times, heal, thrive, have joy, and experience peace.
Join me daily in spending quality time with God, even if it’s for a few short minutes.
Subscribe to my blog, download the free resources I created for you, send me your prayer requests, leave your comments, ask questions, follow me on YouTube, and let's grow in our faith together!
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