When You Are Angry At God

Last week, we discussed being alone and I shared to turn to God during that time. However, what happens when you are angry at God? If you’ve never been angry at God then bless you. However, at some point, something has happened in which you have probably been angry at God. In the Bible, Job was angry with God when […]

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Developing a Plan

  I’ve been in the process of sorting through boxes that were stored away, which I recently moved with me. I’ve grown tired of looking at the boxes and the “mess” they’ve made.  So, I’ve taken several days throughout the past few months to work on them. However, every time I walked into the room to begin the work I […]

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It’s Okay to be Angry

When we are hurting it’s so easy to see what everyone else has that we don’t have. It doesn’t matter what the situation is, someone else has that thing we so desperately long for or lost. Good health A spouse A child A job The little resentments begin to creep into our heart when we see or are around those […]

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It’s Okay to Cry

There are times when we are hurting that there are just no words to express how we feel. Our heart is broken.  All we want to do is cry. It’s okay to cry. Sometimes tears are the best way to express all of the emotions we have pent up inside.  Crying is a healthy for us.  Research shows that crying […]

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When Things Don’t Go As Planned

My team and I worked on a presentation around the clock for weeks.  We were all excited to arrive and carry out our plan. However, nothing about that day went as planned from the moment we left.  As the day progressed it only went downhill and even the presentation did not go as planned. We were all hurt and shocked.  […]

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PTSD and Toll It Takes On Relationships by Chloe Pearson

Today, I’m thrilled to welcome Chloe Pearson.  She shares a personal story about PTSD, what it does to relationships and how to deal with PTSD.  As a survivor of abuse, I know all too well the effect of PTSD on one’s life. PTSD and the Toll It Takes On Relationships by Chloe Pearson A dear friend of mine was in […]

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THE INEXPLICABLE JOY OF LESS (FOOD) by Elizabeth Brickman

Today, I am honored to have Elizabeth Brickman join me with an excerpt from her book, Thin & Blessed.  I’ve shared with you, my reader, how I’ve struggled with my own weight and there are many times I said “ouch” because I could relate and had made the same mistakes and excuses.  I hope this touches you as much as […]

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The Whisperer by Joanie Shawhan

Joanie Shawhan is joining us today to discuss a very important topic in the lives of all women–ovarian cancer.  This is a very important subject that is definitely worth reading about.   Welcome, Joanie!   The Whisperer by Joanie Shawhan Stop. Listen! Do you hear the whispers of ovarian cancer? This insidious disease assaults over 20,000 unsuspecting women per year […]

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In the Struggle: Breaking To Learn

Often God has to break us to teach us a lesson.   Sometimes this takes multiple lessons before we learn the point. Lessons are never easy and usually not fun to learn in life.   Most times they come with some sort of pain and loss. One area in which I’ve had to learn lessons over and over is with finances. Through […]

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In the Struggle: The Book Hoarder

Mama thrives off of surroundings that are spotless.  I’m much more artistic and although I don’t like filth, the clutter will pile up at times until I can’t take it and clean up. Over the years I’ve collected a number of things and clutter has gotten out of hand at times.   My biggest weakness?  BOOKS I love to read!  Always […]

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