If only there were more hours in the day . . . If only there were two of me . . . I'll never get all of this done . . . If only there were a solution . . . But wait. There is! You won't like it though. In fact, I can already … Continue reading A Radical Solution to a Common Problem
Let me tell you something. Spiritual attacks are real. I plan on writing more about that specific topic in coming months. For now, know this: the enemy seeks to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10). He wants to steal your attention away from God. He wants to kill the plans God has for you. He wants … Continue reading What About Jesus?
A while back, I wrote about how obedience is hard. It is much easier to disobey the prompts we feel from God on a daily basis than to follow Him. I didn't realize this when I re-dedicated my life to Christ back in 2014. Witnessing the believers around me, life appeared easy. It's not, friend. Jesus never … Continue reading Not Today, Satan!
I detest my dental appointments. I've been known to call and reschedule the bi-yearly cleanings simply because the anxiety over going was too much to handle. Growing up, I never had a cavity. I had the normal cleanings, yet even those traumatized me! So imagine the anxiety that filled me when I learned I had … Continue reading God Cares About My Teeth
Back in February, I walked away from Facebook. I deactivated my account and didn't look back! In July, I made a slow return. My grandfather passed away and I found myself logging on to read the heartfelt comments left on my and my family member's posts about my beloved grandpa. It did not take long for the … Continue reading social MEdia
Have you ever been to San Francisco, California? I visited this beautiful city during my early teen years and the fog phenomenon fascinated me. It's mesmerizing to watch the clouds slowly roll back, revealing nature's true intent for the day. The heavy gray roll against the bright blue sky is simply gorgeous! Photo by Patrik … Continue reading The Fog of Motherhood
I tossed and turned, trying to get comfortable. Counting sheep never worked for me. I lay in bed with my eyes wide open staring into the darkness. Loneliness crept into my heart. My 10-year-old self believed I was the only person in the whole world still awake. I mustered up the courage to get out of … Continue reading Searching For Light in the Dark