Do you plan out your days, weeks, and months? Do you plan out your whole life leaving no room for God’s plan for you? These seem to be something we do no matter our intentions. But at times, it can feel like there’s a door that looks so appealing to walk through. Some times, it’s a door you’re supposed to walk through but at the right timing. It’s opened but only by a crack so that you can see what’s on the other side. What’s on that other side you ask? An opportunity to have joy, marriage, that dream home. For me, it’s a job. But there’s a chain that has this door locked so you can’t open it any farther and there’s no way for you to get to that other side. This was my life the last three years. For three years, I looked through this cracked, chained door.
People tend to go through rough spots when it comes to their faith and their relationship with God. Mine took a turn when I was in one of my classes for ministry of all times and places to almost quit your faith. This isn’t something to take lightly but it is something that happens to many people which is why I’d like to share my thoughts.Read More »
So 2018 is a wrap. I had some New Year’s resolutions for this past year that were very attainable and at some point in the year, I did meet all of my resolutions but they didn’t become daily or weekly habits. I’m okay with that because I know that the ambition was there and the habits were still practiced.Read More »
Hang on.. hang on… okay. I’m done checking Instagram. Sound familiar? It is something that has become a “norm.” Everyone has even found it common courtesy to pause and wait for someone to check a notification on their phone or to pause the show currently being binged on Netflix. So many things have developed in the past 10 years that distract us from interactions with those around us. But what about what they are doing to our relationship with God?Read More »
Well, its been one week since most kiddos went back to school or started school for the first time. This time of the year can be filled with so many mixed emotions for both the children and the parents. The kids may have fear and excitement wrapped in one. The parents might feel sad about how quickly their kids are growing up mixed with the fondness of the memories they have from their school days. I don’t have kids yet so I’m solely focused on my memories. Read More »