Does your faith make you uncomfortable? It should. Jesus wasn’t comfortable. He struggled with temptation, He was cold, hungry and tired, sometimes He was frustrated enough to toss usurpers out of His Father’s house by violent means. He risked censor by correcting the churchy, judgey people of His day in public settings. They tried to... Continue Reading →
Introduction & A Word of Grace The forty-sixth chapter of Isaiah is all about false gods and idols. But before we dig in, I feel it’s important to extend a word of grace. This devotion wasn’t born from a “do it right, no excuses” mentality, but from my own desperate struggles in creating. You see,... Continue Reading →
CONTENTED or COMPLACENT? by Mary Akinwa Dear One, it’s good to have you with us today. Before I share what’s on my heart, I want to take time to appreciate you, yes YOU, for being a part of this story. Thank you. Today’s take is on contentment and complacence. My desire is that by the time... Continue Reading →
I'm thrilled and feel so blessed that Christian Writing Today has published my guest post tackling a subject that many Christian writers (and creatives) struggle with: discouragement. I invite you to clink here to read the post. Blessings!
Tearing Down High-Places, by Lela Markham In the Bible, many a man and a few women stumbled over idols in their pursuit to follow God and there were times in Israel’s history when God sent prophets to the nation to warn them to tear down the high places of Canaanite worship. I believe that these... Continue Reading →
Thanks to John Finch of The Father Effect, a ministry that seeks to support fathers in their God-given role as well as foster restoration of the father-child relationship, for the chance to write this article-testimony for them. Click the link to read the post, and be blessed! https://www.thefathereffect.com/single-post/2018/04/18/Fathers-Never-Forget-Your-Importance Also, stay tuned! An interview with John... Continue Reading →
Unexpected Comfort I was certain she said her address was 528! Why wasn’t she home? And how could she have disappeared so quickly? I decided to leave the book in her mailbox along with my business card hoping she would contact me. Four days later, there was still no word from Sylvia. Ours was an... Continue Reading →