“Be still and know that I am God” ----Psalm 46:10 Stillness was never something I had a problem with as a child. My mom can even tell you I was a pretty calm baby. Curious, but never too busy. Even in the toddler stage, I hardly ever got yelled at or told to BE… Continue reading Why We Need to BE STILL
Do you remember the slang word "fronting"? Also, am I telling my age by even knowing this term? lol The slang term “fronting’”(a popular term in the 90s and early 2000s) was used whenever someone was misrepresenting themselves. A more dictionary definition states that fronting is the foremost part or surface of something. Fronting basically… Continue reading The Great Pretenders: Why Its Time To Be Your True Self
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for you are with me---Psalm 23:4 I've worked in rehabilitation as a Speech Therapist for 6 years now. From a distance, I've observed many people with physical impairments transition through Physical Therapy. Witnessing patients go through physical rehabilitation… Continue reading Learning To Walk: A Christian Journey
NOTE: I held back releasing this post for a long time. I felt as though I had nothing of use to say regarding the topic. I felt as though I couldn't give advice on this topic because I'm not married. Then I heard God say "Don't give them advice from you. Give them advice from… Continue reading The Importance of Being Whole Before Marriage
It's the holiday season! So much food, music, decorations, and yep you guessed it---- so many GIFTS. I'm so blessed to even as an adult still be getting gifts from my family. I'm very appreciative but here's a confession (shhh, just between you and me lol). Last year, while I was Spring cleaning , I… Continue reading Unwrapped Gifts: Are We Using Our God Given Gifts?
"For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." -- 2 Timothy 1:7 “MAKING MOVES”. We, millennials, love this phrase. It’s what some of us say when big decisions or changes are occurring. These ‘moves’ can be public or silent. Doesn’t matter---… Continue reading Operating From Faith, Not Fear: A Christian Perspective
I've always had a love/hate relationship with furniture and décor shopping. I like making my living space comfy and more functional but boooooy do I dislike “assembling” things. For example, the writing desk I ordered almost two months prior had been sitting next to my front door in a box staring at me for nearly… Continue reading Assembly Required: What God’s Plan Requires of Us
"Happy Fall, ya''ll!" That is all I've been hearing lately. Yes, Fall is definitely upon us but I can't decide what I love most about this season---- football, the weather, or corn mazes. There’s this corn maze in Watksinsville, GA that I like to go to sometimes. It’s wonderful and I’m convinced each time I… Continue reading No Way Out: Trusting God to be a Waymaker