Thankful, Grateful & Truly Blessed

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

God’s Plans

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

Divine Discomfort, Pt. 2

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

Love: Say it, show it, cherish it ❤

The sermon: Tonight, I listened to a sermon on love and what it means. Condensed version: When you truly love the Lord and love others, you give your all. You give them so much more than bare minimum. You give your very best. You love at your maximum capacity. Instantly, the sermon stirred something in … Continue reading Love: Say it, show it, cherish it ❤

Late In the Midnight Hour…

As the new year approached, I committed to growing deeper in my relationship with God; making stronger connections with fellow believers; sharing more and encouraging more; sharing my testimony; and believing deep down in my soul that greater is here. I will honestly tell you that trials & tribulations caused me to shy away at … Continue reading Late In the Midnight Hour…

To Fast or Not to Fast: Either Way, Obey!

1 Samuel 15:22 reminds us that the Lord delights in our obedience and it is better for us to obey than sacrifice. Over the past few years, I've noticed that many Christians start the year by fasting and praying for 21 days, 30 days and some even 40 days. That's awesome however, I have also … Continue reading To Fast or Not to Fast: Either Way, Obey!