Today we are all facing a giant. A giant of epidemic proportion with uncertainty crouching in every corner. We can’t let fear destroy us, but how do we fight something we can’t even see? How do we fight something that threatens to kill us or destroy our way of living? It’s easy to have faith […]
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Did you know bitterness is a poison? Bitterness not only affects our emotions, but left untreated, the toxins produced by bitterness eventually seep into our body as well. Resentment can cause all kinds of physical ailments. In her book, Who Switched Off My Brain? Controlling Toxic Thoughts and Emotions, Dr. Caroline Leaf reports, “A massive body […]
on March 5, 2020
Recorded on Right to R.E.A.L. Love Radio podcast, the #1 Dating and Relationship podcast for Christians. Getting over past relationships can be extremely difficult. The memories. The songs you hear that trigger bursting emotions. The anxiety that erupts when you accidentally run into them. Or the dread when you know you have to see them. […]
on February 21, 2020
When I first felt the call to write I pounded away at the keyboard with pride and eager anticipation. I was certain that I’d be the next publishing success and that readers would be scrambling to buy my book. Imagine my excitement when I learned that a friend of mine knew one of the senior […]
on February 4, 2020
Christmas is a wonderful time of celebration, but for many women December spells difficult. Hard. Even painful. Loneliness, disappointments and lost hope. Toxic relationships or family members make gatherings trying. Divorce and separation can create a tremendous void and celebrating the first Christmas without a loved one can make grief unbearable. Instead of glorious, December […]
on December 17, 2019
Jake had sandy blonde hair, big brown eyes and pudgy cheeks. When he smiled, his grin exposed a missing front tooth. He knocked it out on the coffee table when he was learning to run. Most toddlers learn to walk first, but not Jake. You know the type—not happy at ground level and born to […]
on September 14, 2019