Brittany Vasquez When I was burdened with worries, you comforted me and made me feel secure. Psalms 94:19 CEV This is a writing of encouragement. A word of reminder. Reminding you to take courage, being strengthened and alert in your heart. We have a Sovereign God. One who holds power and authority as King andContinue reading “Steady My Heart”
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/shift/ Sisters, I am in a season of shifting. I appreciate this word because it encompasses what I, and maybe many of you, are experiencing as well. It is the idea of transferring without completely “changing” into something entirely different. In other words, I am actively yet carefully moving and growing into something better. AContinue reading “Shift.”
Keep Hope Alive
Brittany Vasquez Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us. Romans 5:5 NKJV Something that I found interestingly worded in this scripture is that it speaks that hope does not disappoint. My first thought in reading thisContinue reading “Keep Hope Alive”
Lord Help Me, I am OFFENDED!
Offenses. Okay, now this a topic that is all too relevant in today’s society. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying we live in an overly sensitive era, however, we do live in a time where the words you use, the way you express yourself, or the way you live your life is readilyContinue reading “Lord Help Me, I am OFFENDED!”
By Rachael Renee Our topic today is faith. We will talk about what it is and how to strengthen it. He said to them, “Because of your little faith. For truly, I say to you, if you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here toContinue reading “Have Faith”
“Girl, the devil is trying to create, shape, and manipulate your thought process. DON’T LET HIM!”
By Casey Cassady 37 Jesus replied, “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ 40 The entire law and all the demands of the prophets areContinue reading “Love Anyway”
In the Waiting Room of Life
Have you ever had to sit in a waiting room/ area? Whether it was for a doctor’s appointment, or just a holding area as you waited to be called on to get your car fixed or your hair done. Now think about your life: do you feel like you’re in somewhat of a holding areaContinue reading “In the Waiting Room of Life”
Favor to a Nation
By Brittany Vasquez For how could I bear to see the disaster that would come on my people? How could I bear to see the destruction of my relatives?” Esther 8:6 These were the words of the young Jewish Queen Esther. These words were spoken from boldness, courage and a made up mind, while walkingContinue reading “Favor to a Nation”
What is Gratitude?
By Rachael Renee What is gratitude? According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, gratitude is“the state of being grateful.” Being grateful is not always easy, especially whenlife gets rough. It’s easy to be thankful when everything is going well for you inlife. “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for youContinue reading “What is Gratitude?”
What’s That in Your Hand?
Even after God reassures Moses that He will be with him, Moses continues with his complaints about how incapable he is to do it. In response to Moses’ self-deprecating comments, God asks him, “what’s that in your hand? (Exodus 4:2). And Moses responds with “a rod”.
by Jalexus McClendon I found myself recently facing disappointment. I found myself not getting the desired outcome of a situation. What I thought was suppose to be something was now nothing and I found myself in a state of brokenness. I found myself questioning the pain of it all and taking full blame for it.Continue reading “Beautifully Broken”
God, Can You Hear Me?
By Casey Cassady The beginning of my relationship with God led me through a season of discovering how to communicate with Him. I can recall so many moments of praying and telling God, “Speak to me and teach me something new.” Although reading and becoming familiar with the Bible is a very crucial way toContinue reading “God, Can You Hear Me?”
Lifestyle of Worship
by Jalexus McClendon Often times when the word “worship” is mentioned, we immediately think about singing to music in church with our hands lifted and our eyes closed. We think about an idea that is restricted to a Sunday Service in a building where the congregation is led by a choir, praise team, or atContinue reading “Lifestyle of Worship”
Identity: A Poetical Perspective
By Casey Cassady I will no longer be looked at as an object, but rather as a woman of God with a lot to object. The things of this world seek to manipulate our minds into believing that certain things are okay – and that’s just not okay. The Apostle Paul speaks on how, as believersContinue reading “Identity: A Poetical Perspective”