The day started off as any other. As the day progressed, I could tell my mood was slightly shifting and not in a good way. I could tell I was being a little more snappy than usual. How had my attitude changed from a joyous one to one that rarely comes around? It wasn’t until … More When I Don’t Pray
Fear plagues me. It has plagued me for as long as I can remember. Fear has me bound in invisible, heavy laden chains. Chains that can only move the moment I give my fears to God. Fear can consume so many aspects of everyday life. Fear of being single forever. Fear of not being financially … More Fear
It’s so easy to be caught up what with everyone else is up to, when we spend countless hours on social media. We watch other people share their fitness tips. We listen to advice on budgeting, cleaning, cooking, crafting, etc. We watch people share every little detail of an upcoming venture they are pursuing. … More Dream Chaser
“I don’t really want to go to that” I think this to myself as I try to find a way out, instead of just saying “no” Or maybe I really want to go, but I’m nervous, so I decide to put it off. Some people may be great at making excuses, I’m not one of … More Excuses vs. Blessings
“You’ve Got Mail” – the iconic phrase and title of a rom-com from 1998. Some may view mail as a hassle, while others may love to get mail, whether in physical or digital form. The spam folder tends to be the folder that holds least important emails. Some emails might get accidentally put into the … More The Spam Folder
Right now, as I sit here typing away, the sun is shining outside. It is supposed to be very hot outside today and well, for the next couple of days. The weather can change so quickly. It could be sunny one minute and the next minute the rain might start pouring down. We have something in … More Being a Light in the Dark
As I was driving to the midweek service at my church, I had a moment of reflection. As I was patiently waiting for the red light to turn green, I suddenly asked myself “Have I spoken to God today?” I found it very troubling that I couldn’t even remember if I had talked to my … More Where Are You?