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
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 A Difficult Road to Peace
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…
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?
Imagine that a man has come on hard times, loses his apartment and has been living in his car. Unbeknownst to him, a long-lost aunt has passed away and he is her closest living relative. As a result, he has inherited her house, and legally has authority to live there. But he continues to live … Continue reading Your Proper Level of Authority Has Been Granted – Don’t Waste It
Instagram. Twitter. Facebook. Tik Tok. YouTube. No matter where you turn, there is an appeal for you to Like, Follow, and Subscribe. Social media has led to the rise of a new phenomenon - The Influencer. An Influencer works hard to gain a following to connect with, inspire, and/or entertain. As a result of those … Continue reading How Many Followers Do You Have?
Last week I shared about planting our seeds for the future, like a farmer plants seeds for an abundant harvest. You can find that blog here if you missed it. Prayer is one of those ways we can deposit seeds for a future harvest. This week, we are going to view our prayers as deposits … Continue reading The Best Investment For Your Future? Prayer
My daughter and I love to complete the Brain Games at the back of my monthly Reader’s Digest magazine. I always look at the level of difficulty indicator before tackling each one. Sometimes a Difficult puzzle may be easy for me to complete, while one that’s labeled Medium may be harder, if not impossible for … Continue reading Degree of Difficulty for God? Zero
Whether it’s due to the death of a loved one, illness, quarantine, travel restrictions, or gathering restrictions, Christmas will look different this year for many of us. Black Friday and the weeks after would usually bring the hustle and bustle of shopping for Christmas presents, attending Christmas parties, and participating in events to bless those … Continue reading What Exactly Are You Celebrating? What is Christmas Really About?
To tithe or not to tithe? Want to start an emotionally charged discussion? Just bring up the subject of tithing. For those that have never heard a sermon or teaching on the topic of biblical tithing, it is the practice of giving 10% of your earnings or increase to the local church where you worship. … Continue reading A Modern-Day Case for Tithing: I Dare You