Independence is defined as the fact or state of being independent. Independence is a beautiful thing however our independence must be found in the Lord. Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. For far too long, we have allowed sin, our past, our mistakes, others and our own self-doubt to hold us … Continue reading Legacy Devotional: Independence Day
There's no manual when it comes to parenting. I believe most of us do the best we know to do based off life experiences coupled with what we've learned. However, I must admit that somewhere along the way things have went wrong. Unfortunately, I way to often, hear parents taking up for their kids when … Continue reading Parenting: Where’s The Manual?
https://youtu.be/80s7evMjReI This weekend was as busy as every other weekend but I had a few hours of uninterrupted time. It was during that time that I came across this song. Immediately, tears started to fill my eyes as I heard Esthero heartfelt voice: "I am a black mermaid, from the bottom of the sea. I … Continue reading I Am Beautifully Made
On the 27th, I posted: We can focus on what we don't have or we can focus on what we do have. Life may not look the way we want, but we should love ourselves and appreciate the fact that we have been given one more day to get it together...one more day to make … Continue reading Thankful, Grateful & Truly Blessed
Coming off of a turbulent weekend, I found myself in deep thought multiple times today. I had to pull myself from this deep sadness and I didn't know why. I wondered if Saturday's event had stirred up old emotions but it hadn't. After I wrote my blog yesterday, I was okay because I shared my … Continue reading God’s Plans
This week started pretty rocky. I received tough news, coached people and prayed through some tough moments and it's only Tuesday. My heart is heavy and I feel a little overwhelmed yet all is still well. I had to remind myself, life is short, make the most of it. Then I changed it and said, … Continue reading Life…
When I wrote the 1st blog about Divine Discomfort, I didn't realize that it was only the beginning of my discomfort. Lately, I have been under attack: my name and my character. You know, the kind of things that could potentially affect people's perception of who I am. I can remember sitting in my office … Continue reading Divine Discomfort, Pt. 2