Planting a vegetable garden is still very new to me, but can I just tell you how thrilling this whole process has been? From the planning on what to grow to picking out the plants and seed packets, to gently placing the seed in the soil and covering it with dirt. Spending time watering it… Read More Wait and see
Back in February, I wrote about feeling like a lone Christian and how it’s been incredibly difficult to find a Church that wasn’t leaning more towards wishy-washy Christianity than toward a well-structured biblically sound church. I admit, for a while I put off finding a church, it just became overwhelming and a bit tedious at… Read More Finding my home
Recently, I started on an expanded scripture memory study, the first in this study is Hebrews 11 and while I was reading, I began to take note of how many times the word faith was used in this chapter- 24 times to be exact. In this chapter, we are given an account of Abel, Enoch,… Read More Faith
It was winter January 1991, and the sound of the school bell rang throughout the quads signaling to us that we had five minutes to get to class, but I stood motionless as kids hurried past my boyfriend and me. “Just think about it okay? we can talk later,” he said as he rushed off… Read More It was never an option
In this day and age where false teachers are running a muck and teaching false doctrine, I wanted to share an article written by Beth Seifert at Naomi’s Table titled, “Where is it written that God doesn’t speak audibly anymore?”. I believe it’s so important that we are reminded that God’s word (and ONLY God’s… Read More Beware of craving the sensations of a voice.
Yesterday I attended a wake service for a neighbor of ours. My husband has known this family for years and wanted to pay his respects. The service was to be held at a Catholic church. Super. I hadn’t set foot in a Catholic church in over a decade. I never thought that I would now… Read More Thankful To Be An Outsider, now.
It seems like a lifetime ago when my world was consumed with manifesting, vision boards, Reiki boards, and LOA principles. Books on the subject lined my bookshelf, Gabrielle Bernstein’s teachings were my go to, and morning discussions on the latest Esther Hicks video were never missed. Back in the day, I sought everything (but God)… Read More Why The Law of Attraction is Demonic
I absolutely love visiting Lauritzen Gardens any time of the year but I have to say Spring time is my favorite. I couldn’t wait to see the daffodils and tulips in full bloom and to get some ideas for my very own flower garden. The daffodil walk which features one million daffodils is in full… Read More Saturday Stroll
Have you ever received those chain letters or had someone send you a meme promising blessing if you’d just type “Amen” or share with your friends? I’ve been seeing the following shared on Facebook recently with the hashtag #repost challenge. It’s your typical prosperity Christian chainmail alluding that if you love God, something good will happen… Read More Promised Blessings If Only ……
One of the scariest feelings, when you’re new to Christianity, is the fear of following or listening to the wrong people. I remember early on in my walk with the Lord, sitting in my living room staring down at a message on my phone that held a list of Christian accounts that I should follow… Read More Worth Listening To