Disclaimer: It was very difficult to write this blog post. It took me days whereas it normally takes me hours to get my thoughts together. But alas, here I am ---- writing words to help honor not only one of the greatest athletes in the world, but also one of the greatest men. Rest in… Continue reading Kobe Bryant: Remembering A Legend
Did ya'll know Jesus had a little "back-talk" in Him? Oh yea. Think back to the story in the Bible (Book of Luke) when Mary and Joseph are looking for Jesus as a child. They were visiting a town and when it was time to leave, Jesus stayed behind and for three days.... THREE.... Mary… Continue reading About My Father’s Business
In the past when I've heard the word "valley", it's always been something negative attached to it. Thirst. Hunger. Desperation. Lowness. Isolation. But now that I'm maturing, like really maturing in my faith, I'm learning that valley doesn't have to be all that bad. Webster defines valley as follows: "a low area of land between… Continue reading The Value of the Valley
“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?
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
“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