Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ. For this I toil, struggling with all His energy that He powerfully works within me.
~ Colossians 1:28-29 ~ Jill's Personal Power Verse
Jill Grier is the founder of Kingdom-MindedMoms.
Jill is first and foremost a grateful wretch saved by grace, the wife of her husband's youth, the privileged mother of three fine young men, and the happy YaYa to her first grandson. Jill is a warrior-heart.... Her interests always have at the core a desire to exalt Christ and His truth; to know Him more, and to make Him known. She desires to inspire Christian women of all ages to biblical orthodoxy, orthopraxy, and to kingdom advancing with joy and vigor. Her deep passion is for biblically literate worldview thinking and living to advance Christ's crown and covenant here and now.
The vision and inspiration for Kingdom-MindedMoms was by the grace of God upon hearing Family Reformation Ministry's own James McDonald's speech titled Cathedral Building: Developing a Multigenerational Vison; and by the likes of WholeHeart Ministries, Texas-based Smoothing The Way, and Vision Forum. This ministry was launched after three years of prayer, preparation, and development in 2003. The vision for Kingdom-MindedMoms was inspired in Phoenix, conceived in the Austin, Texas area, birthed in the Dallas/Forth Worth area, and is currently maturing in the Wichita, Kansas location and on the World-Wide Web.
"I am most interested in leading a life that earnestly seeks to honor God and influence our culture for His glory, as His steward; actively working to make this world a better place by communicating vision, values, and duty to those around me. My interests always have at the core a desire to exalt Christ and His truth; to know Him more, and to make Him known. I have a particular heartbeat for the Matthew 7:21 Window sitting in our pews each week...those captives whom Satan has deceived into thinking they are reconciled to God by praying 'the sinner's prayer', 'believing' some orthodox doctrinal truths, and making a 'decision for Christ' - even though their life shows no fruit of repentance, no fruit of righteousness/sanctification, no fruit of the spirit, no hunger for the Word, no hatred of sin, no bending of the knee, no love for TRUTH, no affection for the local Body, no treasuring of Christ, no willingness to suffer the cause of Christ or for His Name, and no concern for the living dead."