Bible study, Encouragement/Devotional, Growth, Lifestyle, Our stories and testimonies, Relationships

3 ways to NOT become this type of woman

What if someone came up to you and told you that you were a silly woman, or a gullible woman? Would you be insulted? Feel disrespected? Become angered? What would you do? How would you respond? What if I asked you if you are or were a silly woman?

Encouragement/Devotional, Faith, Lifestyle, Purpose

4 Words You Never Want To Hear

These are four words no one ever wants to hear and yet, these words seem to find themselves in many of our new stories these days, words that have become so commonplace that when you don't hear them, it almost seems strange.

Bible study, Encouragement/Devotional, Faith, Lifestyle, Relationships

Monthly scripture: A Lesson From Father Abraham

Does this song ring a bell? Were you singing a long as you read the lyrics? Lol! Hopefully, if you went to...

Encouragement/Devotional, Faith, Growth, Lifestyle, Our stories and testimonies

Alex, I’ll take foolish for $800 please!

Although I haven't been on Facebook much or social media, for that matter this year, the one place I always like to go to when I get on is my memories of what I posted on"This day" X amount of years ago.

Encouragement/Devotional, Gratitude, Growth, Lifestyle

[Free resource] 4 Ways To Be Content Right Now

One of the challenges of our microwaveable, convenient culture is that waiting has become an ancient concept. At the click of a button, you can order your takeout food and groceries to be delivered to your doorstep, movie tickets to be picked up at the box office booth or scanned on your phone and gifts delivered within 2 days via Amazon Prime--all to avoid having to wait.

Bible study, Encouragement/Devotional, Growth, Lifestyle

What have you forgotten?

All right sis, let's keep it all the way real with each other. I'll go first. I am realizing that it’s so easy to focus more on all that I don’t have in this season of waiting instead of what I am already blessed to have. I have frequently made the statement that...