“You mean you don’t get to eat of every tree of the garden?” asked the serpent of the woman who knew God, communed with God, and loved God (Genesis 3:1). Wouldn’t it be just like Satan to ask a question with the attempt to imply that this woman, Eve, was missing out on something in […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
I wrote this blog a couple of months ago but am led to re-share as a means to address a hidden culprit during the holiday season: depression. Private suffering is, in fact, very real. When the concept of my new book, Affirmations for Women came to be, I was led to address the woman who appears to […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
The holidays can be overwhelmingly characteristic of “togetherness” as Thanksgiving dinners, Christmas gatherings, and New Year’s affairs are in order. Families may spend more time together as scheduled activities are on the agenda. I can recall, as a single woman, spending many of these “activities” with my family (parents, siblings, etc.) and then going home […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I love the applicable lessons of athleticism that force us to think about the enduring power needed to finish a race, match, or game. A lot of preparation went into preparing an athlete for the physical task of starting well, maintaining stamina, and completing the scheduled performance. I’m sure most of us are acquainted with […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
It’s not always easy to just “dive into” the bible. Its complexity and length can be overwhelming at times. However, this journey does not have to be avoided based on fear of finishing or understanding every single detail that is written. I invite you to obtain this scripture plan I devised for the purpose of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.