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You Are Not In Control

You Are Not In Control

The reality is this: your life is not your own. You have a choice with what you do in your life, but the formulas of life are out of your control. Simply input your choice into God’s promise, and that will be your outcome. You control your choices, but God controls the result. This was not an easy concept for me to grasp. I like to be in control. I had to come to terms with the fact that I…

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You Want the Pulpit, but Not the Cross

You Want the Pulpit, but Not the Cross

God has been calling me to ministry since I was a child. I have also been running from ministry since I was a child. I’m not kidding. The minute I got my small glimpse of freedom in college, I ran as fast as I could. I became president of the “My flesh runs my life” club. Am I proud of it? No. But what exactly caused me to run so far from my call that God had to disrupt my…

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Are You a Victim of Consumer Christianity?

Are You a Victim of Consumer Christianity?

I would like to welcome my partner, Caleb O’Neil, and I hope you all are looking forward to everything we will accomplish together. Below is the first of many blog posts from Caleb. Don’t forget to comment with words of encouragement and like this post. ENJOY!   Consumer Christianity is not a new concept, but honestly its an irritating one for me. Growing up as a pastor’s kid has given me a unique and slightly cynical view of the current…

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Am I Ready To Give Up Me?

Am I Ready To Give Up Me?

I was rehearsing a song the other day and one of the lyrics said “I’m denying myself so you can come and pour into me.” I’ve sung this song many times before, but this time that lyric started to resonate in my spirit. For the last two weeks I was on a consecration after receiving a life-changing prophesy. After making a decision to follow the plan God has for my life, I wanted to catapult myself into this new season….

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Your Pursuit of Marriage Is Not Your Sole Purpose

Your Pursuit of Marriage Is Not Your Sole Purpose

If you’re in your 20’s, on Facebook, and following millennial ministries, you might’ve noticed the majority seem to focus on one goal…marriage. The big question of your 20’s, “How do I pick the right person to marry?” I’m not saying I didn’t have this same question because I did. Marriage is a very important decision most will make in their 20’s. It is imperative to marry in purpose and with the right perspective on marriage to advance God’s kingdom. So what…

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Is God’s Love Enough for You?

Is God’s Love Enough for You?

I’ve had a total of three relationships in my life. Each were drastically different, yet taught me valuable lessons about myself and my love languages. The first taught me the strength of a soul tie and how to properly communicate. The second taught me the difference between lust, worldly love, and Godly love. It also helped me understand that seeking wisdom from those over you is always a good idea. The third taught me how I want to be loved….

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Fasting Taught Me Who My Man Really Was

Fasting Taught Me Who My Man Really Was

Just a few weeks ago I made a decision to fast. First time IN MY LIFE I decided to fast on my own. The Daniel Fast. An entire five days of fruits, vegetables, and water. I was fasting for clarity. I was asking God some very tough questions and I wanted to hear clearly as to get guidance on what to do and honestly, it wasn’t the physical part of fasting that was the hardest. As an emotional woman who…

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My Tears Do Not Mean I am Weak

My Tears Do Not Mean I am Weak

Hey all. I’m not sure if any of you have noticed, but I haven’t posted in a while. There’s a few reasons for that. If you’ve read any of my previous posts you probably know that I sometimes struggle keeping a clear mental state. And lately, that has been a bit harder than normal. Both my grandparents are pretty sick. My emotions have been running haywire. The attack on my mind has been nonstop. I used to think that ignoring…

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You Can Have The Religion, I’d Rather Sit With The Sinners

You Can Have The Religion, I’d Rather Sit With The Sinners

When did things become so segregated? Not just racially segregated, but religiously segregated. The branches of Christianity have turned into their own cliques and to be honest with you, I’m tired of it. It’s like high school all over again. If you’re a Baptist, you sit at this table. If you’re a Pentecostal, you sit at that table. If you’re non denominational, there’s a table for you. If you believe in the universe, there’s a separate table for you. And,…

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Too Comfortable Being Hurt

Too Comfortable Being Hurt

It’s hard to imagine a life where you won’t be hurt at least once. Intentional. Unintentional. It just won’t happen. It didn’t happen with Jesus, it won’t happen with you. God never promised us a life where we won’t be hurt. He just promised us a way through it, yet some people never find their way through. Why? Could they possibly be too comfortable being hurt? I share my life through this blog. I attempt to become as transparent and…

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