The Year Of Hope: 2017

  This year is the year that I am declaring and standing in the gap for myself that HOPE will be restored. 2016 was tough, 2017 will be victorious. I am claiming this because how else can it come into being unless I believe it to happen? My verse for the year? Hebrews 6:19: "We … Continue reading The Year Of Hope: 2017

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Light at the End of the Tunnel…

Back in February, I wrote about some of my frustrations with this season of life. I was in a bit of funk because I was feeling majorly rejected.  While I was still trying to keep hope alive in my heart, I will admit that I was feeling very disheartened. You see, I graduated number seven … Continue reading Light at the End of the Tunnel…

Perspective of Miracles…

Happy Resurrection Day! I hope and pray that you have done something that warmed your heart on this day we remember the victory of Christ. My mom and I had initially planned to climb Stone Mountain in Stone Mountain Park, but because of the crazy rain the day before, I didn't think it would be … Continue reading Perspective of Miracles…

An Unexpected Letter…

I went to Passion City Church's Good Friday service at the Verizon Amphitheater and had an amazing time with some friends. Lacrae, David Crowder and also Passion City's own worship team gave spectacular performances and we had an inspiring message by Louie Giglio. In between the music performance and the sermon, there was a presentation … Continue reading An Unexpected Letter…

I found my life when I laid it down…

Lessons learned, many times the hard way, are still lessons learned. First, let me emphatically say that God is so good. I cannot boast or brag more than to give credit to Him for all that he allows and prevents. Thank you, Lord... A few of years ago, I had a very poignant prayer: "God … Continue reading I found my life when I laid it down…

Daily Joy: Garden Harvest

OK, I don't have a photo for this, but know that it was a beautiful sight for my belly. Today our neighbors called and asked if we would pick their tomatoes, peppers and okra because they were starting to overripen. These neighbors bring us veggies all the time, but since they were out of town, … Continue reading Daily Joy: Garden Harvest