English has always come easy for me. I have ALWAYS been a talker. I’m a social person, so to be social, you have to talk, but little did I know that one day, God would call me to sacrifice that gift. No, He didn’t ask me to become a mute. 🤣 HE makes the dumb […]Read More The Great Let It Go
“I’m a high school dropout, and I’m dumb, so if you want me on your team, you’ve got a lot of work to do,” I prayed. This was my weak-minded prayer in 1994 when God began to deal with me about ministry. I was a preacher’s kid. I grew up in ministry, and I had […]Read More The Nonsensical Mission
A few weeks before all the COVID lockdown, I stumbled over a pothole during my prayer walk. POP! At first I thought, “Oh good! I didn’t hurt myself,” but, as the day went on, my leg became increasingly painful to walk on, and over the next few days, I got to the point where there […]Read More THIS IS LOVE!
What if God called you to do something so outside of your comfort zone you claimed it wasn’t God’s will? What if you even said, “I don’t want to do that”? What if God then gave you over to your own will and allowed you to find your own path? What do you think it […]Read More Hopes and Dreams
I read. I write. I speak. Always have. Lord willing, always will. My brain loves to learn, process, and help others. I learn by reading pretty much everything I can get my hands on, process through journaling, and then I help others by sharing what I’ve learned along the way. I read to continually learn […]Read More Oh No!
This morning during my Bible and prayer time, I was captivated by the pretty Christmas lights. I stared at the nativity scene realizing how clean and presentable we’ve made the Christmas story. I mean, who wants animal manure in the middle of the pretty Christmas story? Yuck!!! It’s almost like we had to do the […]Read More The Christmas Clean-Up
Last week, we started a ministry in our church to reach out to the people of our community, and we were able to give clothes to thirty people. My heart hurt as I saw the clothes on some of the children that attended. One young boy wore shoes that resembled Ronald McDonald’s, as his father’s […]Read More This Little Light of Mine