Just when you thought you got parenting all right but actually doing it all wrong. Hurting not yourself but the future of your kids. I remember the first time we got an iPad. It was a gift from my sister and all we can think about is how cool it was to own one. It… Continue reading Rehab
Spirit lead me where my trust is without borders The first time I heard this song was the very first time I lifted my hands high over the many years I have been worshipping. On my 18th birthday, my dad gave me cold cash as a present and the freedom to do whatever I want with… Continue reading Faithful Twenty Eight
Wait a minute! You got a date, venue, a guest lists, but are you really, really, READY TO MARRY? Marriage is just the first step to many and you wouldn’t want to do it unprepared. So I got something very exciting and very special to those couple who are planning or about to get married… Continue reading Are You Ready To Marry?
It’s been six months since I wrote a lament about God putting me on hold for the things I have been dreaming of. Six months of waiting for the light to go green. One, two, three … six months and I’ve somehow forgotten what my dream was. But the plans of the Lord stand firm for ever, the… Continue reading The Greenlight
I must confess, most of the time I worship labels. I adore people who carry the latest collection from one brand to another, judging a person’s appearance is somewhat entertaining to me. Bottom line, I have haughty eyes. But to whom do we owe an elaborate description of what we wear or carry? To our neighbor?… Continue reading Tags and Labels
Have you ever been asked to lie for a person? That moment when someone asks you not to tell what she did or cover up? And usually it’s about the littlest things that people don’t even care about like lying about who paid dinner or who bought that gift or in more popular cases lie… Continue reading The Measuring Tape
Just like parents are responsible for their children, a person too is much accountable to one another. In my most recent discovery with my kids, they have somehow learned how to be accountable with the people at home. Last Sunday Mike and I are in the middle of a heated argument when all of a… Continue reading Accountability