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!
The seed was sown. And it produced exactly what was intended. The death of a dream.One day I will have a home full of children, I believed long ago, when I was still naive. Both of my parents came from relatively large families, and I was filled with utter joy when we all united on … Continue reading The Birth of Purpose
In the beginning, the very beginning, God was there. He was God, and He alone was. And then He made creation, and suddenly, from His very breath, there was more. Everything He made was good, and perfect, and praised Him by existing in obedience to His perfect and pleasing will. And then He made us, … Continue reading Obedience Is Our Purpose
“What do you want me to do for you?” That’s the question Jesus asked Bartimaeus, a blind man sitting by the roadside near Jericho. [Mark 10:51, Luke 18:35] Bartimaeus had no trouble answering this question: “I want to see.” Mark tells us that Bartimaeus “immediately received his sight and followed Jesus along the road.” [Mark … Continue reading Desires of Your Heart
“Life motivation comes from the deep longings of the heart, and the passion to see them fulfilled urges you onward.” Proverbs 16:26 TPT What do you do when you get the one thing you've wanted for so very long and it feels like an empty victory? When you can't play the victim because the "if … Continue reading Passion
It took me some years to understand that I was created with a purpose. It was not something I picked up in my young Christian walk. I grew up believing that a good Christian Women had to be involved in as many areas as possible. From Children’s Church, to Vacation Bible School, to the Choir, … Continue reading Your Purpose!
It was a normal day. Although it seemed like I had a million things to do, none of them were out of the ordinary. Choosing a birthday gift for my daughter’s weekend party, returning my son’s cleats that were a bit too small, purchasing fresh, steamed shrimp from Publix for dinner. Like I said…nothing out … Continue reading Stop Wandering