Faith-Filled Moms: Faith for the Unknown Journey Ahead

I hope you have been enjoying this Faith-Filled Moms series - each story has been a blessing to me personally, and I've captured words of wisdom from each mom's story. You can also catch my interview with each guest blogger on Destined 4 the Dub's Facebook Page, as we go deeper into their stories. This … Continue reading Faith-Filled Moms: Faith for the Unknown Journey Ahead

Faith-Filled Moms: Trusting God in the Darkness

I am so excited to share my friend Deitra's story this week. I have gotten to know her and her family over the years, and especially sweet Myles in Children's Ministry, and he's kept me and my daughters on our toes! Be encouraged by her journey... I have Jeremiah 17: 5-8 hanging on my refrigerator, … Continue reading Faith-Filled Moms: Trusting God in the Darkness

Faith-Filled Moms: When the World Stops Spinning

In this week's installment of Faith-Filled Moms, I welcome my Sorority Sister, Kimberly Love, as she shares the story of her daughter's life-changing diagnosis. It is our prayer that her story would encourage those experiencing similar challenges due to an unexpected diagnosis, remembering that God has a plan for each of our lives. Where do … Continue reading Faith-Filled Moms: When the World Stops Spinning

Faith Filled Moms: New Every Morning – A Memory of God’s Faithfulness

In this week's installment of Faith-Filled Moms, I invited my friend Giselle to share her story. Giselle is a gifted writer and editor, and was a huge source of help and encouragement when I started on this blogging journey. I'm so excited to share her story with you! I woke up in a cold sweat, … Continue reading Faith Filled Moms: New Every Morning – A Memory of God’s Faithfulness

What I’ve Learned…A Year After Death

My brother has been gone for a year now. When I think about him, I always wonder what he is experiencing in his consciousness. I know his body has been laid to rest here on earth, but his soul is with the Lord. And as much as I miss him, I have never said that … Continue reading What I’ve Learned…A Year After Death

Faith-Filled Moms: A Difficult Road to Peace

This month I am kicking off a tribute to mothers! Each week leading up to Mother's Day, I will be featuring a guest blogger to share a story of faith, and how each mother used their Playbook and believed the Word of God for their children's future, despite the challenges they faced. To kick us … Continue reading Faith-Filled Moms: A Difficult Road to Peace

It Can Happen to Anyone – Protecting Your Child in a Perverse and Depraved World

April marks the observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. I’ve invited Andrea Gadson to share this week, and she is a passionate advocate for sexual assault awareness and healing. In her book, Released: In Search of a King, Andrea shares a fictional story of healing for a survivor of sexual abuse. A companion workbook, Let … Continue reading It Can Happen to Anyone – Protecting Your Child in a Perverse and Depraved World

A Story of Heartbreak, A Story of Disappointment, A Story of Loss, A Story That is Still Being Told…

A few days ago I was talking to my youngest daughter, Kassadi, about all the changes we’ve experienced over the past year. She commented how hard it was to believe how different things were now than from the beginning of last year. It reminds me of the book title, The Interruption of Everything by Terry … Continue reading A Story of Heartbreak, A Story of Disappointment, A Story of Loss, A Story That is Still Being Told…

How Will I Know the Right Choice to Make?

In February of 2020, the girls and I had traveled over the President’s Day weekend for our annual vacation. We had traveled each winter for the last twelve years, and it was a welcome interruption to our busy schedule and gave us an opportunity to connect and make memories with our extended family. But last … Continue reading How Will I Know the Right Choice to Make?

How Do You Like Your Fruit?

Well, wouldn’t you know it? I had a situation happen that would ordinarily cause me to respond in a way that would have gone against everything I talked about last week. We had to get the siding on our home repaired, and I provided a specific card for payment of the services. I also receive … Continue reading How Do You Like Your Fruit?