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    Pride can be one of the biggest hinderances when it comes to our capability of having the most fulfilling relationships. It prevents a flower from blooming. It creates an  invisible wall between yourself and another person. It filters out love before it has a chance of even happening. Sometimes, we carry along with us unresolved hurts from previous relationships, and not even realize it. Then, it’s unfair to the next person that walks into your life because you’re already viewing…

    December 8, 2017
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  • 2017 has been the year of letting go. Jobs, relationships, friendships, and memories. I have the hardest time letting go because I like the feeling of being settled in and comfortable. I like flow and knowing what to expect. When something happens that disrupts the course of my life and familiarity, I get antsy. I dwell on the past for months on end. It’s a bad habit, I know. A thought dropped into my spirit today, and it has to…

  • Earlier this year, I attended a woman’s conference called Colour, which is Hillsong Church’s annual women’s conference. They brought in guest speakers from all over the world. It’s a movement for justice. The empowerment of women living boldly for God. It’s incredible to say the least. There, they were raising awareness for a program called Compassion, where people can sponsor a child in need for a small donation each month, which goes towards medical costs, Bible studies, education, shelter, and…

  • Being consistent in our devotional time on an everyday basis is instrumental in growing in our walk with God. That’s a given. However, if I’m being honest, sometimes, life gets busy. Next thing you know, I’m rushing out the door, frantic, because I’m running late. In an ideal world, I’d have time to read my Bible every morning, but that’s just not my reality. I want to get better at it, but it can be intimidating. It’s like working out.…

  • In the 21st century, it’s all about freedom, power, and self-ownership. Doing whatever you want to do. The media tends to portray millennials as rebellious, lazy, and self-entitled. You want to tell me what I should do? No, thanks.  Obedience is a “meh” word in the dictionary that no one really wants in their own vocabulary. However, when you’re born again in Christ, you’re made new. When you accept Jesus into your heart, you agree to follow His ways. You no longer submit…