Today is Sunday - my favorite day of the week (until about 6pm, when it really sinks in that I have to report to work the next day). Don't get me wrong, I love Saturdays. Saturdays are wonderful, but often busy with errands, chores, and other responsibilities. Sundays are supposed to be chill: church, a… Continue reading Renewed and Ready?
My uncle just sent me a text that said "Write the Vision." I've been told that by different people more than three times in the past two weeks. I have several apps that are supposed to help me do just that: goal apps, to-do apps, habit trackers. You name it, I have it. There's gotta… Continue reading Write the Vision
A pastor once told me, "You don't want to change. You like the idea of change, but the truth is, change scares you." At the time of said declaration, I'd been praying to get married for several years. I knew I wanted a husband. I wanted a family. I thought the pastor had it wrong.… Continue reading Failing to Reap
In December of 2018, if all goes as planned, I will have earned my MFA in Creative Writing. I’m excited about it. I’ll have finished something I didn’t know I wanted until God lead me to it. It’s hard work, but I know it’s worth the effort. The truth is, I’ve never felt this tired… Continue reading The Weight of Glory
My pastor said once, “If you’re the smartest person in the room, you need to go to another room.” It’s true. We do what we see. Even Jesus said, “Verily I tell you, the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he sees his Father doing, because whatever the Father does… Continue reading The Fear of New Levels
Christians are supposed to be believers. Believing is our thing. Our Christian walk is based on it. We believe God and it’s accounted to us as righteousness (Gen: 15:6). We don’t have to see God in order to believe that He is and that He is a rewarder to those who diligently seek Him (Hebrews… Continue reading What if Your Faith Fails?