This week was not a very productive week in getting books completed, but a good week none the less. I was able to get through two books. For, one who does not like to give any spoilers or too many here are my thoughts on this weeks reads. When I Was You by Minka Kent […]

The 40 Day Soul Fast by Cindy Trimm (Amazon Kindle $9.99) What I love about Cindy Trimm is that she has the ability to present things in a practical way. She is a very strong teacher who is relatable and has the ability to really connect with her intended audience, which in all fairness is […]

Pardon me being this late in the game.. During the month of January, I was able to complete the following books: Killing Jesus by Bill O’Riley and Martin Dugard (Free audio book on the Libby app) If you enjoy historical information, then you may enjoy this book. The authors present information on other key components […]

In Genesis God stated that it was not good for man to be alone. Although that statement was followed up by God stating and creating a companion for Adam, the seed was planted for what it means to belong to someone and somewhere. For the last few months God has really been impressing on me […]

For the past few weeks I have been talking to various friends and family about understanding their why. I have been reminded why community is important as well as conversation. In speaking with others about knowing their why I was able to remind myself of my why. Recently I have decided to stop fighting with […]

I have recently set a few new goals for myself. Of course I will be sharing a few of them throughout the year and how I am doing with reaching them. One goal that I had set for myself was to enhance my creative side. During my reflection time I begin to wonder where I […]

Reflecting on 2019 and the revelations I have been given about myself, my bloodline and the things that plague my family, while also being able to see beyond the behaviors of others and to identify the driving force behind them, which has helped to see people through Gods eyes rather than my own. Preconceived notions […]