Encouragement, Health, Self Awareness

From Bound to Boundaries: Is Setting Boundaries Biblical?

“Sounds like you need to set some boundaries in your life, Dana.” Those were the words that came out of my friend's mouth. I knew what each word individually in the sentence meant but I had no clue what the words TOGETHER and in that order meant. ME? SET? BOUNDARIES? So many emotions arose--- fear, skepticism,… Continue reading From Bound to Boundaries: Is Setting Boundaries Biblical?

Encouragement, Faith, Lifestyle, Relationships, Self Awareness

3 Ways God is Preparing Me for Marriage

If I am being completely honest, marriage was never something that I dreamed about. Not how some little girls dream about it. I never envisioned my wedding dress, never pictured myself cooking or having date nights with my husband. I never even got giddy over engagement announcements.  You would get a like and a simple… Continue reading 3 Ways God is Preparing Me for Marriage

Learning How to Be Still
Encouragement, Faith, God's Love, Self Awareness

Why We Need to BE STILL

“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

Encouragement, Faith, Self Awareness

The Great Pretenders: Why Its Time To Be Your True Self

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

Encouragement, God's Love, Self Awareness

Learning To Walk: A Christian Journey

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

Encouragement, Faith, God's Love, Relationships

The Importance of Being Whole Before Marriage

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

Encouragement, Lifestyle

Unwrapped Gifts: Are We Using Our God Given Gifts?

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?

Encouragement, Faith

Operating From Faith, Not Fear: A Christian Perspective

  "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