By: Adrienne Reece I aim to live my life in a way that says “she was the right choice.” From rather small decisions such as choosing me as a friend or confidant, to bigger decisions like choosing me as a wife and future mother of your children. I’ve always had a love for learning andContinue reading “Remembering Jalexus”
Category Archives: Vision
Contentment in Christ
by Jalexus McClendon “For he satisfies the longing soul, and the hungry soul he fills with good things.” Psalm 107:9 Have you ever been thirsty on a hot day or after exerting yourself following some form of physical activity? In that moment you know nothing would be more refreshing than a glass of water toContinue reading “Contentment in Christ”
By Casey Cassady Can I be honest with you? Lately, my life has had its frustrations. I have been feeling as though I would be happier if some things in my life were different. When I allow it to, that feeling activates a flood of thoughts regarding some regrets I have, and how I amContinue reading “Blurry Vision”
Bearing God’s Image in Marriage
By Brittany Vasquez On March 4th through March 6th of 2022, my husband and I had the privilege of going to a couples retreat amongst the company of friends. It also happened to be the weekend of my birthday and our stay happened to be at the beach, which I also really enjoy going to.Continue reading “Bearing God’s Image in Marriage”
Prioritizing Goals and Godly Assignments
By Casey Cassady At the age of 33, I can be honest with myself by saying that I am not the most accomplished person. I feel as though things have often either come easy for me or have been challenging to the point of me choosing to give up. I have also had to intentionallyContinue reading “Prioritizing Goals and Godly Assignments”
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”
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?”
By Jalexus McClendon Dear Me, First let me start by saying that I love you and it is because I love you that I must be honest with you. I watch you encourage others, constantly pouring into them but I don’t want you to neglect you. You often pride yourself on the love you haveContinue reading “Dear Me”
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”.
Newness of Sight
by Brittany Vasquez Jesus said to him, “Receive your sight; your faith has healed you.” -Luke 18:42 NIV- Oh, the beauty of having your sight renewed! What joy comes from being able to see clearly! There is no specification as to whether the man in this story was blind from birth or lost his sightContinue reading “Newness of Sight”
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?”
By Carmen Williams Purity. I think this word is so misunderstood in today’s church. As defined, the word “pure” means free of contamination, or something that is not mixed with any other substance or material (Oxford dictionary). There is only one human who was 100% pure in thought, word, deed, and intent- and that wasContinue reading “Purity”
Abundance of the Heart
By Brittany Vasquez A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh. -Luke 6:45- I was inspired by thisContinue reading “Abundance of the Heart”
by Rachael Renee “And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and for his daughters: but David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.” 1 Samuel 30:6 (KJV) Today we’ll be talking about how to encourage yourselfContinue reading “Encourage Yourself”
Choose Your Words
by Jalexus McClendon As we walked up to the park which included a full jungle gym playground, I saw my son immediately place his eyes on the monkey bars with determination. On his first try and after holding onto the first bar, he said, “Wow. I forgot how this hurts my hands, I can’t doContinue reading “Choose Your Words”