I’m not important enough.I’m not good enough.This isn’t for me.I’m supposed to be this size.Those things don’t happen for small people like me.I never win these things.No one will take me seriously.I’m too old for that.That’s just my personality. These are the kinds of thoughts that circle our minds when we want to move forwardContinue reading “Dream-Slayer #4: Limiting Beliefs”
When we are stuck in the cycle of complaining and being miserable in our current situation it hinders and blinds us from seeing how God is working in the present to bring our dreams to fruition.
A dream frustrated. Truth: Sometimes I want to kick my dreams under the rug and leave it there! Listen, I want to be transparent and real with you. Sometimes I get angry, bitter, frustrated; because the ladder I had been trying to climb, seemed to be laid out perfectly steady and stable- for someone elseContinue reading “COMPARISON: The Dream-Slayer”
I am still learning that God’s plan for me is bigger than I can dream up! I am still learning that God will make space for the things he has placed in my heart! A few years ago, God had moved me to be more proactive in sharing my faith and being a witness forContinue reading “Dust Off Those Dreams!”
Obedience… as a mom it’s something I live for. I set boundaries for my girls. I give them instructions to follow and inform them that if these boundaries are crossed or they fail to follow the instructions given, there will be consequences. I think about consequences in two ways; you can either receive something orContinue reading “O-B-E-D-I-E-N-C-E”
I’ve learnt that sometimes you have to remove yourself from the craziness, but remain in His Presence, in His shadow and under His wings.
Needs some encouragement for how to get started with your personal bible study time?
Read on as I share some ways that has helped me to purposefully spend time more time digesting God’s Word.
A few weeks ago, I was cleaning up. To be specific, I was (in the America they say) vacuuming the carpets. I live in England however, so I should say: ”I went to ‘hoover’ the carpets.” But, since I am from a British overseas territory- in the Caribbean- which is heavily influenced by American culture,Continue reading “Messy Lessons”