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When He Walks Into a Room: A Short True Story

Cancer. That word seems to just commit broad daylight robbery. It suffocates life. Anyone who has ever had a doctor even circle around the words tumor or cancer can immediately feel the ground vanish from under their feet. I spent the last four years either in hospitals with my mom, car being repossessed, and jobless… Continue reading When He Walks Into a Room: A Short True Story

Christ, God, mothers, praying mom, Uncategorized

Liar, Liar I’m On Fire: Uncomfortable Truths

There will be times in your life God will press on your heart to release things because you have not healed or you are still holding on to guilt and shame. He will ask you to tell your truth to help others. Even though you pray, go to church, may sing in the choir, head… Continue reading Liar, Liar I’m On Fire: Uncomfortable Truths


Jesus Reconciled Us

I am forever in search of God, in search of his face, his love, his grace and his mercy. The bible says, God gives me all these things freely, but however, when you don't know how to receive or accept it, you remain in search of it. Ever since I was little I always thought… Continue reading Jesus Reconciled Us


Being Strong In Broken Places

Being Strong in Broken Places Sometimes I get tired of being strong. I get to the point where I break mentally and emotionally but outside I remain “strong” because as a Christian you are told to be “strong, hold on, God will come through.”  But I had days where I couldn't look at my son without… Continue reading Being Strong In Broken Places

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Closet Christians

Christians give Christ a bad rep. We represent him in the worst ways possible; from our judgmental views, our righteous indignations, and our ever hypocritical actions. Gandhi was very much correct in his assessment when he said, “I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. They are so unlike your Christ.” Gandhi.  Christ was… Continue reading Closet Christians