I recently saw a quote by Hannah Brencher that read “I am learning if I spend every single day seeking to make people feel loved, chosen and special, then I can never lose. I can never really say a day is wasted.” Upon reading the quote, I literally shouted a resounding “Amen” out loud. THIS … Continue reading It’s All About YOU!
Isn’t it easy to discount what we feel like the Lord is saying to us by rationalizing it away? We make so many excuses why we can’t do what the Lord is calling us to, and it only takes one of our excuses for Satan to provide us a thousand more. He so wants us … Continue reading Don’t Discount Your Dreams
I was recently asked a question that honestly had never crossed my mind. At the time, I was only given a couple of minutes to respond, so I quickly jotted down my answer which is without a doubt what I’d say a thousand times over; however, when I got home and really thought about the … Continue reading My Greatest Blessings Call Me “Mom”
Do you ever feel like the harder you pray, the more things seem to go in the opposite direction of your prayers or perhaps there’s no movement at all, just total silence? I’m not sure which is harder, the waiting or the actual closed door … you know, that moment when you get the answer … Continue reading Closed Doors
It’s a new year! Twenty-eighteen … how are we already here? It seems like just yesterday the world was in full-blown panic mode about ushering in the year 2000 and all the potential havoc that would ensue moving from the 1900s to the 2000s. Despite all the preparation and downright fear, the Y2K concerns came … Continue reading Encouragement
If I asked, “What’s the first thing that pops in your head when you hear the word provision?” what would you say? For many --perhaps you -- the answer is money or some sort of financial security. While financial provision is important and a necessity in many areas of life, the years have revealed to … Continue reading I Am Provided For
I recently read a blog post giving advice on navigating through the years of middle school friendships. The blogger described friendship during these years as "fluid.” As I read through the article, I couldn’t help but think that, sadly, this is how many in today’s society view friendship. With the introduction of social media, the … Continue reading I Am a Friend