Spiritual Starvation

As a school counselor, I am often asked to speak to young boys and girls about several “uncomfortable” topics. One of those topics is eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia, the signs and symptoms as well as the potential consequences of such actions. The conversations aren’t easy ones to engage in. However, the conversation must…

To the Girl who feels Worthless…

To the girl who feels worthless, I hear you. I see you. I counsel you. I truly empathize with you because… At times… I am you. In the society in which we live, it’s hard to feel worthy, valuable, good enough, and loved—especially as women. One scroll through Facebook and Instagram and the single woman…

God Always Answers

Hello there, friends! The craziness that is life has finally slowed down, which means regularly scheduled blogs are coming back your way! Just as an update into what I’m currently studying and reading, as each play a part in today’s post… I’m studying the book of Romans and just finished Romans 8. I finished No…

Just Give Me Jesus

I couldn’t honestly say the words in the title a few months ago. Why? Because I wanted other things besides Jesus… He wasn’t “first place” in my life. He was more towards fifth or sixth place. So… those words… “just give me Jesus” weren’t an accurate statement of my spiritual life. A more accurate statement…

Enslaved to Shame

As I reflect upon my testimony and as I outline in my mind those series of messages to share in the future, one theme has been a constant at each step: shame. Before I was a believer in Christ…. shame. After I became a believer in Christ seven years ago… shame. Still to this day……

Changing Generations

If you’ve read my last blog, Testimony Time, then you’ll understand why I’ve been in a reflective mood recently. The events of the past couple of days have encouraged me to look at God’s faithfulness in my life, both before and after I accepted salvation. One day, I hope to share my entire testimony with…