Recently, we've been studying about Nehemiah and the work he had to accomplish. He had a wall to rebuild. One that according to human eye, could not be reconstructed. However, Nehemiah trusted God and made up his mind to do what God called him to do. Connections have always been important to me. Though I've … Continue reading October 2nd: Connecting Nehemiah’s Story With Mine
It seems like the year has flown by and we are excited to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. It's a season of thanksgiving and a season for remembering that Jesus Christ was born just for us. Like many of you, I thank God daily for giving us His son. When I think … Continue reading Wisdom, Love, Peace & Joy
A year ago my son ripped his school t-shirt because he was devastated when he didn't make the basketball team. He's played since he was 5 and for years dreamed of playing basketball for his high school. How could this door get slammed in his face? It was a tough day for him and I … Continue reading A Closed Door
Recently, I've had to search deep into some areas of my life that I had been overlooking. They were the thoughts I commonly have yet I act as if they're not a problem. August can be a tough month for me. My sister, her best friend and friend's mom were killed in August. My grandfather … Continue reading Legacy of Faith: I Am Fighting For Mine 🥊🥊
Today, I had a conversation about adult expectations when interacting with children. The person shared that sometimes family doesn't share the same beliefs (which is true) and may even talk negatively about us for putting our foot down when it comes to our kids. My belief is for the sake of our children and their … Continue reading Kids, Family & Expectations
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?