Happy Monday! It’s hard to believe that Christmas is only four days away! December has flown by! Today I want to share the story behind my most recent aspiring novel: Relentless Pursuit. Normally, the title of a story comes after the story has been written. This time, after weeks of prayer, I remember hearing my pastor … More Motivational Mondays: Relentless Pursuit
With the craziness of upcoming mid-terms and a cold giving me terrible headaches, I just now realized it was Monday… which means an encouraging post! Tonight, I will be sharing a poem I have written recently in preparation for Christmas. (Christmas is in 10 days!!) Born to Die As Christmastime draws near, it brings focus … More Motivational Mondays: Born to Die
Several months ago, I focused on Hillsong’s “Broken Vessels” which talks about how God uses our brokenness. God did not send Jesus because we were perfect, but because we were flawed and broken through sin, and it is only through Jesus’ blood that we can be made whole again. Isaiah 61:3 talks about how instead … More Motivational Mondays: Broken Things
Happy Friday, everyone! I hope that this week has been an enjoyable one, and a great week to get into the Christmas spirit in what is now December! Today is my first update post on The Light Reading Plan. Tuesday’s passage was from John 1. It begun describing Jesus, but it was the last few … More The Light Reading Plan: Update 1!
Welcome to Week 1 of Motivational Mondays, where I will bring regular encouragement weekly (short or long)! Today being the last day of November, I wanted to introduce you to something a role model of mine has done for almost a year now. Rachel Wojnarowski, most popularly known as Rachel Wojo, is a wonderful, full-time mom … More Motivational Mondays: The Light Bible Reading Plan
As the end of this week quickly approaches, many children, teenagers, and even adults jump with excitement about their favorite part of the autumn months… Halloween. Personally, my family has not participated in Halloween activities, and it always raises questions. Because of the questions constantly raised, here is a short article that explains the history and meaning … More The Truth About Halloween
Most people realize that religion can separate them. But Christ’s coming gives us a relationship- a relationship to bring people together. Christ’s love unifies and that love is unconditional. God tells us that we will be His people and He will be our God. He gives us a home, a hope, a love that will … More For My People:
A tear slipped down her face as she cried, Upset to realize that she never tried. Things can change so fast, Making her wish to be in the past. “I should have told him,” she cried into the night. She knew that she was his only light. His life had ended, And she knew she … More He Forgives!
Doubt is like smoke. It creeps in slowly, moving through the cracks before it is overwhelming. We tell ourselves that “we can’t” or that “we’re not good enough”. But why does doubt have to control us? Why do we second-guess everything? The fires of fear begin to take hold, with doubt right around the corner. … More Doubt and Fear
“Grades, grades” is all I hear Like a clock ticking inside my ear. “Try your hardest and do your best, And study real hard for that big test.” What if I try hard and fail? Will all my work be to no avail? I know everything now affects my life, But sometimes all it feels … More My Insecurity Poem
I woke up this morning with a thought in my head, Slowly, but surely, I crawled out of bed. As I got ready and started my day, I pondered and pondered what I should say. Today’s day is brand new And I know what I’m going to do. Make an impact and change the world- … More “Drop the Mic”
Most people have a role model, someone special they look up to, but honestly, how many of us choose to be influenced by famous actors or artists? We let ourselves believe that we must be rich and famous to be happy, so we look up to famous people. But think about what would happen if … More Role Models