Trust the Process: Persistent Perseverance

Trusting the Process: Persistent Perseverance

Keep going. Don’t give up. Keep on pushing. Don’t stop. Those who endure to the end… Isn’t it funny how words can make some actions seem easy? When you are trying to make your dreams come true, start your ministry, prepare for a test, speech, interview, face another rejection or...

Trusting The Process: Practice Makes Perfect

Trusting The Process: Practice Makes Perfect

After preparation, the next logical step in the process is practicing what you’ve prepared for. Professionals prepare themselves by going to university, then they put into practice the concepts they’ve learned there. Artists prepare by gathering their mediums before practicing their craft. Parents prepare their children for the real world by having...

Trusting the Process: Preparation

Trusting The Process: Preparation

You are probably working on something or have a dream that requires patience and dedication. Most achievements require some kind of preparation or planning. Throughout scripture, you’ll witness how preparing and planning are apart of God’s nature. God worked in the lives of people, nations, and through circumstances to prepared...

breaking patterns

Breaking Patterns of the Heart, Mind, and Spirit

The moment you accept the invitation to be adopted into the family of Jesus Christ you are changed forever. It is at this very moment a line is drawn in your life. On one side of the line is your former self, the you that was full of sin and...

Jonah

A Lesson from Jonah

God has told someone to get up, go to a certain place, and do a certain thing, just as He told Jonah. If this is you, I hope you’ve heeded God’s instructions. However, if you are like Jonah, you haven’t done it, and like Jonah you can cause a storm...

Diary of a depressed black woman

DDBW: Getting It Off Your Chest

African Americans women are more likely to suffer from depression but are less likely to be treated for depression due to the cultural stigma of mental illness in the Black community, feelings of shame and embarrassment, lack of health insurance, and lack of understanding of the illness. Black people, Black...

Keeping The Fire Burning

Yesterday’s post was very therapeutic for me, in a way I felt like a burden has been lifted. What I wan to tak about today is how to keep the fire burning, the fire being the desire for spitiual growth and seeking closeness to God. I can’t lie, with everything...