Public Passion or Private Devotion?

What happens when our public passion exceeds our private devotion? what happens when we pray more in front of others than we do in our closets? or when we raise holy hands in church, but forget to worship at home? We love others - we love them fiercely. but in our pursuit of their souls … Continue reading Public Passion or Private Devotion?

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The Month of July

July was an interesting month. My brother got married in the middle of July, so of course up till then, we were swamped with wedding prep. The last few days before the wedding were the busiest, but also the most fun in my opinion. Arranging flowers, setting up the reception, last minute dress alterations... *sigh* … Continue reading The Month of July

A Failure?

The godly may trip seven times, but they will get up again. But one disaster is enough to overthrow the wicked. Proverbs 24:16 Have you ever wished to go back and redo your past? Would you live a few years over, and hope to make better decisions? Do you carry around guilt or shame, cowering … Continue reading A Failure?

Today

Today, Instead of letting your worries bog you down, take them to the cross. (and leave them there. Refuse to allow yourself to take them back up.) When you feel overwhelmed with cares, sorrows, and responsibilities, remember that Jesus shares our burdens. He knows what you are going through, and more than that, He understands. … Continue reading Today

Stop the Traffick (part 2)

While anyone can become a victim of human trafficking, there are definitely things that make a person more susceptible to becoming a victim. In part one, I mentioned vulnerability being a vital key in traffickers recruiting victims. While abduction, kidnapping, false job advertisements, and offering 'help' are methods used, showing romantic interest is most common. (over 50% … Continue reading Stop the Traffick (part 2)