I thought we would be talking about putting on the new man this week but the best laid plans don’t always pan out in writing. Instead we are going to talk about a foundation. The purpose of a foundation is normally to bring stability to a structure. Is your foundation built on your own strength,… Continue reading Who is Your Foundation?
When I titled this blog post The Love Letter, depending on which generation you were born in or are currently living in, a love letter may mean different things. In the World War eras, Vietnam or Korea, many wrote letters home to their loved ones since social media did not yet exist. I look at… Continue reading The Love Letter
When we are bound by fear, shame is not far behind. I had someone tell me a few years ago, that shyness is a learned behavior. I have always been a little shy and reserved around people. This person didn’t understand why I would shut down or simply walk away from a conversation when I… Continue reading Don’t Let Fear Win
The deeper a person’s pain is lodged inside of them, the tighter they will hold on to their limiting beliefs or coping mechanisms. Once they identify and release their pain, the less they have need of a coping mechanism. The past couple of weeks I have been working on a challenge. It was a… Continue reading Surrender the Pain
I believe at the beginning of each year, it’s natural to have the desire to let go of or to change what didn’t work for us in the previous year. Our desire to let go of the old things that didn’t work becomes an attitude of “out with the old and in with the new.”… Continue reading Change Happens From Within
Who would have thought that the way we think about our lives, our past, our future, relationships, or even our finances could keep us stuck or propel us forward into a better life. I’ve been reading in Romans 12 off and on and meditating on it for the last two years it seems like. God… Continue reading What Are You Thinking?
This is my first blog post of the new year. Like everyone else, there are things I want to accomplish this year but refuse to call them resolutions. Because the success rate of keeping resolutions in real life is low, I refuse to set myself up to fail. Instead I am choosing to pursue the… Continue reading It’s a New Year (2019)