Optimism has always been a fun place for my mind to rest. I love looking at the glass half full, and seeing the best in people. When the chips are down, it’s my pleasure to bend down and sweep them all together in a basket to hold them until an idea comes to figure things … Continue reading In the Quotations
This passion week as I read the story of our Redemption through Jesus Christ there's one particular section of the story that really stood out to me. The portion of Scripture that I'm not sure I ever gave its due credit. The criminals on the crosses next to Jesus. I though it was a very … Continue reading Which Criminal Are You?
It's FINALLY here friends!!! The TTAH Simple Small Group Study Guide! It's now available for free down load! Click the pic and you will find a leader pack as well as a participant pack. My prayer is that you will be challenged, grow spiritually, and have a blast!
Is the lie easier to believe? Are we truly more apt to believe the lies that the enemy serves on a platter to us with a sprig of parsley than to latch on to the truth of God's Word and who He says that we are?
Hey friends!!! With the release of The Truth About Happiness around the corner (July 7th), I figured I would give sneak peek to you, my friend! So I have decided to gift you with a sample chapter from the new book. Click the link below to get your very own sneak preview of whats packed … Continue reading Sneak Peek!!!!
On a regular basis, we walk through life missing a good portion of things that make up the big picture. We get in the car to drive and don't pay much attention to the engine under the hood, unless it doesn't start. We order our food in a restaurant and don't give much thought to … Continue reading What Does Grace Look Like In Your Life?
Release Date: JULY 7th 2016
It is my pleasure to announce that this summer my literary baby is being birthed into the world. The Truth About Happiness. More details to come!
Our self-righteousness and our need to partake in the so-called rights we have may actually be drawing a line in the sand between us and Christ. Our "rights", as important as we have made them, are simply vanity in the big scheme of things. They cannot earn us freedom and neither can the self-righteousness we hold so dearly to.
For Passion week this Easter, I have written my heart in an article titled Everlasting Consideration on a wonderful blog called, We Are His Daughters with my friend Mandy Hill. "Our King not only justifies us, He lavishes a grace on us that offers security and rest from all guilt and shame. In His careful … Continue reading My Heart for His Passion