Taking A Stand

” How happy is the man who does not follow the advice of the wicked or take the path of sinners or join a group of mockers! Instead his delight is in the Lord’s instruction, and he meditates on it day and night. Psalms 1:1-2 HCSB Dear ladies, I come before you with a heavy heart. Most of you know I am a paraprofessional – a teaching assistant – at a public school in my city, and unfortunately because of the wickedness going on in our government and those who govern our… Read More

Beacon Of Hope

“I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 NLT Being a woman of peace and hope is extremely important, especially if God has given us a platform to teach and train up other women, and this has been something I’ve strived for over the past ten years. The world today is full of chaos, drama, and heartache. Yet the way we live and how we… Read More

Where Is Your Line Of Conviction?

Conviction: “A strong persuasion or belief” Merriam Webster Dictionary Over the past few months I’ve been thinking about conviction, and in a recent devotional I’m doing they asked the question, “Where is your line of conviction? What areas will you not compromise on?” I’ve been struggling with how to write this because it is a very deep topic and in an effort to keep the post brief today, I’m only going to touch on a few things. First, as a follower of Jesus our convictions should be filtered through the Word. Second,… Read More

Safeguarding Your Heart

“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” Proverbs 4:23 NIV There is a story I read once of a wealthy man who enjoyed collecting rare works of art. He had many pieces in his collection from Picasso to Raphael. During the Vietnam War his son died in battle rescuing another soldier, and the man grieved deeply for him. One day a young man stopped by and dropped off a large package. It was the soldier who had been rescued, and he said to the older gentleman,… Read More

Freedom Through Christ

Good day ladies, I hope you’re having a wonderful summer thus far. With Independence day coming up this weekend I thought I’d talk about freedom, especially for those of us in Christ. Grab your favorite beverage, get comfy, and let’s dive in. DEFINITION OF FREEDOM? FREEDOM: the quality or state of being free such as; Liberation from slavery….or the power of another. Boldness of conception or execution Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary When we say yes to Jesus he liberates, or frees us from the slavery of sin and death. The power of darkness and… Read More

Sustainability: The Bread of Life

Good morning ladies! I hope you’ve had a great week, and if you’re in Illinois I hope you have plans to enjoy this beautiful weekend! Today I want to share something from my daily readings with one of my favorite dead ministers. His name is Smith Wigglesworth, and he was a British evangelist who has been considered one of the founders or pioneers of the revival movement which happened in the early 20th century. Pastor Wigglesworth preached all over the world up until his death on March 12th, 1947. His teachings have… Read More

No Room For Doubt

Hello Ladies, I hope you’ve had a good week thus far. Sorry it’s been a while since a new post went up, I’ve been pretty busy tackling work and home life. However, I’m back and today we are talking on the subject of doubt. Before we begin, remember to subscribe to our blog so you can get the new posts in your email, and don’t forget to share this site with others. Okay, grab your favorite drink, get comfortable, and let’s dive into today’s topic, “No Room For Doubt”. Today I decided… Read More

Observing Lent Embracing Easter

Hello ladies, in today’s blog post I wanted to share my experience with observing Lent and how we can experience Easter in a way that draws us closer to God and others to the gospel message. Grab you water/tea, get comfy and let’s dive in. I’m sure there are many people who observe Lent – the weeks leading up to Easter/Resurrection Sunday – differently. However, I came about it through a few teachings on what Lent represents, especially to the Jewish population. I won’t go into great detail, I encourage you to… Read More

Grace Isn’t Fair!

“God’s kingdom is like a man who owned some land. One morning, the man went out very early to hire some people to work in his vineyard. 2 He agreed to pay the workers one silver coin for working that day. Then he sent them into the vineyard to work…8 At the end of the day, the owner of the field said to the boss of all the workers, ‘Call the workers and pay them all. Start by paying the last people I hired. Then pay all of them, ending with the… Read More

The Kingdom of Heaven

So a few days ago I decided to do something different this year. I’ve been wanting to study scripture more and one of the ways I’m doing this is by reading a book called, “Walk through the Word” which is a daily reading of the New Testament and then afterwards there will be an excerpt by different pastors around the world discussing what you just read. So for example, today was Week 3 Day 3, and the scripture was Matthew 12:22-45. This was talking about the kingdom of heaven, how a house… Read More