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”

Can These Bones Live? When Dead Situations Come to Life

“The Lord put his strong hand on me. His Spirit brought me away from my home. He put me down in the middle of a valley. It was full of bones. He led me back and forth among them. I saw a huge number of bones in the valley. The bones were very dry. TheContinue reading “Can These Bones Live? When Dead Situations Come to Life”

Don’t Let Your Hurt Speak For You

“In the same way, the Holy Spirit helps us when we are weak. We don’t know what we should pray for. But the Spirit himself prays for us. He prays with groans too deep for words.” – Romans‬ 8:26‬ NIRV ‬‬“Your tongue has the power of life and death.” – Proverbs‬ 18:21‬ NIRV ‬‬“In theContinue reading “Don’t Let Your Hurt Speak For You”

A Pitier or A Praiser: Which One Are You?

Have you ever been around someone who is always the victim? Someone whom the world is against and has been betrayed by everyone. Does that sound familiar? Honestly, there have even been seasons of my life in which I felt victimized. Yes, I felt sorry for myself momentarily. Eventually, I had to get it together.Continue reading “A Pitier or A Praiser: Which One Are You?”

Heavy Baskets

My parents divorced when I was very young. Because of the nature of their divorce, I never had a relationship with my biological mother. After decades of drug abuse and mental health problems, she took her own life before the Christmas of 2000. As you can imagine, even though we were estranged, her choices andContinue reading “Heavy Baskets”

Break Away

This season of my life has led me to pull away from certain things and focus on my spiritual growth as well as my health. During this time, I’ve also found myself enjoying the simplicity that comes with solitude and minimal distraction. Since becoming a stay at home mom, I’ve found great joy in beingContinue reading “Break Away”

Hwy 43 North

Traveling in Unfamiliar Territory Tomorrow is my 43rd birthday! I recently traveled from San Antonio, TX to Shreveport, LA to visit my mom. This was to be a familiar 7-8 hour trip, a route which I have traveled several times. I plugged my mother’s address into the GPS, gassed up, and headed north on Interstate 35.Continue reading “Hwy 43 North”