Category Archives: Christian Living

Worship Time!

“O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! You have set your glory above the heavens.” Psalm 8:1 ESV Over the years, I have been in and out of churches. I’ve heard many sermons and I have shaken many hands. However, there is one thing at every Sunday service that, […]

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Spiritual Maturity

“As we watch our lives in Christ unfold, as we hear ourselves saying no to things we used to say yes to, it’s almost like learning a foreign language. With constant use this new language becomes second nature. We don’t have to think, What’s the Spanish word for water? We just say it: agua. In […]

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A Little Appreciation

As women, we need affirmation….Affirmation that we are good mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, and friends.  We want to know that the things we do mean something.  Women want to hear “thank you.” They want to know that meal was delicious.  Moms want to know their children are thankful for the endless hours of driving them […]

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Life Goals for Kids

Just last week, the following blog post came up on my Facebook Memories.  I wanted to share it with you because after it came up, my youngest son came to me and said, “Mama, I need to be saved.”  That afternoon, he gave his life to Christ, the best decision he will ever make in […]

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Bad Girl, Bad Girl, Whatcha gonna do?

I am totally a sinner and a bad girl. I try way too hard to be a good girl, but I fail miserably every chance I get. I want to say it’s easy to stay good. I want to say that once you’ve been saved it’s all uphill from there. But it’s not and Satan […]

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He Holds the Future

If you’ve been following the state news, you know that there are some issues with the pensions of state employees.  As a public educator, I am affected by this.  It affects my future. I am reminded, however, that God holds my future. As I reflect on crisis or tough times in my life, I am […]

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Covered in Prayer

When I was in high school, I had found out that one of my friends had asked her Sunday school class to pray for me. I was livid. Pray for me?!?! There was nothing wrong with me, so I couldn’t understand why my friend would be praying for me and asking others to do the […]

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Fearless

Do not be afraid! Do not be discouraged! Be Strong! Be courageous! The LORD fights for us! The battles we face can be long and tiring. But always remember we are never fighting alone! Live Fearless.    

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White As Snow

Whatever the enemy has thrown at you today, cast it aside, do not listen. Those sins are forgiven, they can’t hold you captive anymore. What was once stained red like crimson is now “white as snow!”

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But Grace

So, last night about 10:00, I realized it was Friday.  That’s when I also realized I had not completed my post for this week.  Talk about a big “OOPS!”  As a blogger, I often found myself asking forgiveness from my readers when I hadn’t posted as often as I’d liked. I felt the need to […]

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