My husband and I have always had the most interesting conversations. It is a mix of thought sharing, production, and revelation. It’s like what I am saying pulls things from him and him from me. Every time we end a conversation, I’m always left feeling empowered and challenged at the same time. I know thatContinue reading “Release It!”
Tag Archives: Obedience
This morning, I thank God for continuing to confirm His plan for my life. I just want to encourage you today. If God tells you to do something, do it regardless of how crazy it seems or how you/others may feel about it. Be wise. Every opportunity that sounds good may not be what GodContinue reading “Trust Him”
Will You Answer?
One of my pet peeves is being ignored. There is nothing more irritating than calling, texting, or speaking to someone and them not answering knowing you are talking to them. If it bothers me, I can only imagine how the Father feels when He is speaking and we fail to answer. I’m guilty of ignoringContinue reading “Will You Answer?”
From Fear to Faith
When I was six years old, my foster mother asked what I wanted to be when I grew up. My response to her was that I wanted to be a writer for the New York Times. To this day, I have no idea how I even knew of the New York Times, but I’ve alwaysContinue reading “From Fear to Faith”
The Power of “No”
Rejection is part of life. I have definitely had my share of it. Whether it be familial, in friendships, and even from the outside world, it can either make or break you. Let’s face it…it’s effects are up to us. We can live a guarded life out of our fear of rejection or take stepsContinue reading “The Power of “No””
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?”
A Beautiful Mess
Well. Isn’t that an oxymoron? How could something or someone be both beautiful, and a mess at the same time? How can someone look young on the outside, but feel so broken in the inside? If you don’t already know or can’t imagine relating to this beautiful mess, then let me introduce myself. Hello, myContinue reading “A Beautiful Mess”