Reveal: In this very spirit of doing more and giving more, I wanted to share a gift with all of you.
Claus probably doesn't know that he's become the ever-distracting secular Santa. In that crack of lenience, I do find part of his story inspiring.
I had to dive into the Word of God today to be reminded how important faith is. Have faith in God. Be faithful in prayer. With love, Mama X
I know, I know, I haven't been blogging lately. I'm still adjusting to life as a working momma. It hasn't been easy. For awhile there, I just gave up all of the maintenance. Laundry piled up for weeks, messes scattering rooms, more than that, I hadn't flipped a Bible page, I missed a few church … Continue reading My Best Advice
It's been a year since I was baptized. This is a significant landmark in my testimony because I knew my heart had to be in the right place for something so significant. I'd never been baptized before because I wasn't ready for the commitment. Commitment is a tough one. In the past, I had a … Continue reading A Year Later
As you may know, Hurricane Dorian made the islands of the Bahamas its victim. The hot waters of the Atlantic Ocean strengthened the storm as it slowed down to gain every bit of energy it could. It seemed as though this hurricane had a goal. A goal to destroy. The result has been devastation. Not … Continue reading Hurricane Dorian’s Social Commentary
American culture centers around the idea of being a leader. We're convinced that leaders are intelligent (both academically and emotionally), valuable, and desirable. Consequently, to label somebody as a follower is to insult their intelligence, value and desirability. We don't believe we can trust followers the way we trust leaders because they're just not commanding. … Continue reading On Being a Leader vs. a Follower