How Are You Living?

Last week, my sweet husband, asked me a very important question. He asked,”If you knew you were going to die soon, what would you do?” My mind immediately started to ponder the question. How would I live? What would I do differently? How would I decide to spend the rest of my time? All ofContinue reading “How Are You Living?”

A River Runs Through

Bring all your sorrow, your guilt, and your pain, Bring all your burdens, your fears, and your chains. Bring your disappointment and even every sin, Bring it all. It doesn’t matter what shape you are in. Release, exhale, drop, let everything go, Because the answer is near and soon it shall flow. Full of allContinue reading “A River Runs Through”

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Galatians 6:7-8 King James Version (KJV) 7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. 8 For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. The acts ofContinue reading “How Does Your Garden Grow?”

4 Questions with Author Shaniqua Rischer

What was your main inspiration for writing the book, The Boy Who Would Be King: 7 Lessons from the Life of David? I didn’t have a primary inspiration. Honestly, I just could not avoid writing the book. One of the book’s chapters/lessons was focused on a lesson God was teaching me as I started writingContinue reading “4 Questions with Author Shaniqua Rischer”

The Boy Who Would Be King: 7 Lesson from the Life of David

Shaniqua Rischer is a dynamic Minister, Author, and Spiritual Leader. You may be familiar with her writing through her God Morning devotionals, where she poignantly shares the Word of God each week day. She has expounded on those teachings by publishing her third book, “The Boy Who Who Would Be King: 7 Lessons from theContinue reading “The Boy Who Would Be King: 7 Lesson from the Life of David”

Sow

There was a farmer who wanted his crop to grow,But he was rather stingy and wouldn’t let his seed go. The winter brought a terrible drought, scarce was the rain,He was apprehensive. He wasn’t sure more seed he’d gain. Carefully he’d count a few and plant them in the ground,He’d even sow at night whileContinue reading “Sow”