God Girl Goals, LLC Christian Apparel clothing brand is founded by Ivriyon Haley, a New Orleans native who currently resides in Augusta, Georgia. This brand was created from scripture Proverbs 3:5-6, which states, "Trust in The Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take." I felt like more than often, as women we struggle with figuring out our purpose when we don't have the resources, connections, or finances, and I was that girl. Always questioning and trying to figure out how I am going to make things happen for myself. I wanted to be in control instead of letting God be in control. It wasn't until I stopped questioning and started allowing God and His word to move in my life to give me understanding and instruction, that I started to see a shift. Prayers were being answered and goals were being met. I constantly use this scripture as a reminder that if I continuously include God in every area of my life, He will supply my every need and bless me in ways I could never imagine. His ways are not our ways, neither are his thoughts and timing. God will meet your goals and His goals for your life, but He has to be first and you have to fully trust Him. So maybe you are going through what I once was, trying so hard to be the God of your own life. Or maybe you don't know the first step to accomplishing your goals or figuring out your purpose. If so, this brand is for you. It is a reminder that you too should step out on faith, fully rely on God and let God be God. He will give you clarity and step by step directions to your destination. Not only to achieve your personal goals, but to achieve the goals He has set in mind for each one of us. The goal to live Christ-like, to love one another, to use our God given gifts, and the most important goal, to have eternal life.
Verse of The Month: “Plant your seed in the morning and keep busy all afternoon, for you don’t know if profit will come from one activity or another—or maybe both.”- Ecclesiastes 11:6