Monday, December 29, 2014

Dear Church...

When most believers think of the Church, what do they think of? A building? A group of Christians? What about when most unbelievers think of the Church? A building? 
When people hear the word Christian, what do you think the first thing that comes to mind is?
I feel like people have a twisted vision of the Church and Christians in general. Well, maybe it isn't all that twisted.
Guys, what is a Christian? A follower of Christ, right? When people look at the Church, they should see Christ so very clearly. But what are people seeing?? What a lot of people see is something that repels them. When people look at the Church, they see a lot of hypocrites. They see people who pretend to have it all together but are really falling apart. They don't see love. They see judgment. They see people changing their opinions of the other the second they learn who that person truly is. Doing this tends to close many doors that would otherwise have been open to minister to that person.
Great! Doesn't all that make you want to be a Christian?? Sure! Why wouldn't you want to be a hypocrite that people are repelled by?
Church, what happened? Instead of clearly showing Christ, we have given the world a distorted view of Him. People don't see God as a God of love. By the way we act, He might as well be a God who wants to condemn everyone to hell.
Church, while you mingle in sin, you judge others.
Today, you find it okay to live with someone outside of marriage. The Bible is very clear when it says this is wrong. Yet, it is becoming more and more common in the Church itself. While the Church is caught up in this sin, they still have time to look around and judge others. It seems like a lot of Christians are very judgemental of the gay population. Yes, while I believe the Bible definitely points this out as very wrong, I also believe that it is the Church's job to love these people.
A sin is a sin. No matter how big or small. Yes, some tend to be more of an abomination than others, but as Christians, we are definitely held to a higher standard than others. What makes one way more wrong and worth judging others over than the other? Shouldn't others be the one to judge us because we have lowered our standards so much? Look at 1 Corinthians 6:9-10: Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.

Think about Jesus's ministry on earth. How did He treat those looked down on? What about the Gentiles? If you look at the story of Jesus with the Samaritan woman, He knew her sin, right? But was He quick to judge? No. He didn't judge. He loved her. And by doing this, many were turned to God.
Think of the impact the Church could have if they loved people. Genuinely loved. If they forgot how to judge others because of their looks, beliefs, and lifestyles.
What if Christians would take a look into their own lives and ask God to help them stop living in sin and instead walk in Christ. In love.
Now, I know all Christians are not judgemental and living with someone they aren't married to. But I believe these are two things that are becoming more and more common in the Church today. And I believe that we should do something about it. The change should start with you. With me.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Gen-J SATs

Hey y'all!
It's been a while... I have been crazy busy. I miss blogging though!

I have had a few awesome opportunities of going to help on a few election campaigns in the last couple months. I am actually leaving for my third and final one of the year tomorrow morning.
In October, I went to Colorado and encouraged people to vote. I went door to door and did some phone banking. It was a great experience. The next month, I got to go to Florida to work on Rick Scott's campaign. I did the same sort of thing. It was really cool also. I got to go to his victory part- so cool and exciting watching all the votes come in from all over!!! Now, I will be going to Louisiana to help with the runoff election. It should be another great experience for me.

Well, that's all I have time for now. Please keep me in your prayers especially this week as I will be traveling and going as a representative of the Lord.
Thanks everyone!!!!
Have an amazingly blessed month of December!!!!!

Friday, October 31, 2014

There is much controversy about whether or not humans came from nothingness or if they were actually created. Evolutionists believe that man is nothing more than an “advanced” animal. Creationists believe that God created man for a reason and a purpose. I am going to briefly discuss both of these views, and then maybe by the end you will see which one would make more sense.

Evolutionists believe in the big bang: matter exploding and then life suddenly evolving. First of all, where did the energy come from to cause such a big mass of matter to explode? They do not know. Second, how could life suddenly come out of, well, something that doesn’t have life? Yeah, they say it evolved, but who wants to tell me how an explosion caused life to suddenly start evolving. And then there is the whole thing of since when does an explosion create order? So, evolutionists are pretty much saying, “Hey guys, we dropped a bomb on a junk yard and it cleaned it all up and created cars, houses, and other useful items because of the energy caused by an explosion.” How does that even make sense?!

Creationists believe that God made the world and created humans. Now, I know to some people that thought is crazy. God?! Since when is there a God? All I have to say is look around you. When you see a painting, what do you think? Did the painting just happen or did there have to be an artist painting it? Now think about that instead with the world. The earth is amazingly made. It doesn’t look like a result of an explosion. How is there so much order and beauty? Did that just evolve? If God really did create the world and humans, think about the difference it could have on a person’s way of thinking. Also think about what that would mean for humans. That would give us a purpose. The Bible says we are made in the image of God. If this is true, that means we have souls and spirits because God also does. This also would mean we are above the animals. After all, animals aren’t made in the image of God. The same goes for plants.

All I’m trying to say is look around you. Is all this here only by chance? Or is there something more to all this? Maybe people don’t want to believe in a Creator because they would have someone to answer to. If we are just highly advanced animals, we wouldn’t have to answer to anyone. Think about it.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

A Spa for your Soul

This past weekend, I went on a retreat with some women from my church.
The weekend was called- A Spa for your Soul. It was a time of encouragement and relaxation for many of the ladies.
I love our women's retreats because you go and feel so loved and appreciated by all the ladies. You can be yourself without worrying about being judged.
At the retreat, I wouldn't really say I learned anything, but I would say that it was encouraging.
I tried to be a blessing and encouragement to others also.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Dear Friend...

I recently took some time by myself and started writing. This is what came out.
I have a heart for the hurting. It came out of my heart. I am thinking about writing something like this for those who do not know the love of God or His Son.
Thanks for reading. <3

Dear Friend,
Why are you doing this to yourself?
When I think of your plight, my heart hurts for you. It breaks for you. So, if you will, please listen carefully to my words.
You are loved. You are loved more than you can even imagine. Look around- even if it may not always seem like it, your family loves you so very much. You mean the world to them. And where your family may fall short, always remember there is a God above who loves you so much. More than anyone is even capable of loving you.
You are needed. You have a purpose and a plan. Satan will do everything in hi power to keep you from fulfilling it. Someone once told me something to the effect that- maybe the reason for all these struggles is because Satan is doing all in his power to keep you from becoming who you were meant to be.
You are not worthless. You have so much worth. You have the ability to touch, bless, and encourage those around you. And you do even if you can not see it. And if that's not enough, think of this- God sent His Son to die for you because He looked down and saw how beautiful, precious, and special you are.
So, my dear friend, put down that knife. Do not listen to the lies of the Devil and other in your life who don't want to see God work through you to fulfill His purpose and plan for your life.
There is hope.
Do not leave this earth before God is ready to take you home. It isn't for you to decide. Leave it to Him to hold your life in His hands because His timing and plan are so perfect.
Please hand in there and do not be afraid to cry out to HIM, the Comforter and Savior. And do not be afraid to seek people to encourage and pray for you.
You are not alone.

Remember, your worth is priceless- so very precious.
Have you ever had that feeling in your chest where you can just feel your heart break because you love and feel for someone or something so much?
Well, I have. Just recently, I have seen my God-given gift become more evident then ever. Listening to the stories of broken people breaks my heart. I can feel it. Sometimes it's almost overwhelming. Sometimes it makes you want to burst out into tears because you feel for someone so bad.
What about the time where you invest so much time into a hurting, struggling person and you find yourself watching them travel further down that painful road? Does it drive you to your knees because of the heart full of compassion you were given for them?
Our world is in need of compassionate people. The kind of people who's compassion leads them to act- to do something for this broken world full of broken people.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Dealing with Stress

So, I am sure many of you have felt stressed at one point or another. Maybe you get really stressed all the time, or maybe you are the type to not easily get stressed out.
I personally am more of the first than the latter of the two. And lately, I have been very stressed and even unmotivated. I have been procrastinating and all that fun stuff. All those things combined spell disaster. Well, kinda.
So what do you do when you start to get stressed? I think the solution is easier than most would think. Give it to the Lord. It's one of those things that can be so hard for us, but really, it's really simple.
Jesus tells us His yoke is light. If we give Him our stress, etc., He will help us by taking that burden and walking along side us.
Think about how amazing and beautiful that truly is. :-) <3

Monday, August 25, 2014


Hello everyone!
I hope you are having a fantastically, blessed week!!

I decided to post again and thought I would share a little about the last few years of my life. So, if I don't manage to bore you all, yay!

As I believe I mentioned in my testimony that I posted on here awhile ago, I seem to tend to suffer from something like depression. I was never diagnosed as having anything, but I knew what I was feeling wasn't normal, unless it was caused by depression or something like that. When I was younger, this was kind of seen a little bit also. But as I got older, I felt it more and more. I finally figured out that there seemed to be a cycle to it- about 3 months feeling awful and about another 3 months feeling better. I think that I was always feeling it, just during a certain period, it was a lot stronger than another period.
After going on like this for a few years, I had a really horrible week. Probably one of the worst I had had in a long while. So, I told my mom- we have to do something. I couldn't stand feeling that way any longer. I also told her that it wasn't happening because of things going on around me, but probably because of something in my body not working right, etc. My mom began looking into ways to help me. She finally found this test that I could take. I took the test. We wanted to try the natural approach first and see if it helped. So, I started taking some supplements that the test recommended. I honestly didn't think it was going to help, but I began to see a difference.
It helped me to be truly happy with little effort, when before it would've taken a lot. I believe it also gave me more energy. I have started exercising and eating a little healthier. I now have something that motivates me to do something and not just sit around all day feeling depressed. I believe that taking a couple supplements helped me take that first step.
I am very thankful that the Lord helped me with all that- guiding my mom as to what to do, etc. I am so blessed that He stepped in and helped me out.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Being Happy In Spite of the Circumstances

I recently had the opportunity to go to camp to assist the camp nurse who happened to be one of my friends' moms. There were some unforeseen conflicts that arose though causing my trip to turn out entirely different than I thought it would. I ended up leaving on Wednesday instead of staying till Saturday due to this.
Normally, this kind of situation would have left me upset and not happy without any work, but I found this struggle going on inside. Was I going to be happy in spite of it? Or was I going to let it upset me and ruin my week as I normally would let it? I will confess that I don't normally have a struggle like this one. I normally just let it ruin my week/day, but something about this time was different. I believe that it could've been a lot worse if I would have let it take me down as far as it normally would have. I am thankful that the Lord helped me have a decent week in spite of everything that happened. :-)

Tuesday, July 1, 2014


Last week, I had my first real experience of camp.
I have been to camp in the past. But one of my parents would always be there, and it would be more of a leadership conference for just a few nights. AWANA camp was totally different. It was a six night camp with a lot of people. Since the whole camp thing was pretty new to me, I did not know what to think of it for the first few days. At first, honestly, I did not really like it. It was hard for me to fit in since this was my first year and almost everyone else already knew everyone else. (I did have a close friend go with me which was really nice and helped the factor of not really knowing anyone easier to work with.)
The first day, I got there early since I rode up with some of the counselors. I was able to help one of them set up their cabins. The ride up was okay. I got to sit next to a friend. A silly friend who keeps everything pretty fun and interesting.
After setting up, I went up to sign in. There were no signs that gave me any direction. And the lady I talked to thought I was Rebecca W. the junior higher.... I do not even think I look like a junior higher... but okay. After finally figuring all that out, I set up my cabin.
They ran a tight and sort of strict schedule there. You also always had to wear this bead necklace and your name button. I was on the blue team. Out of the four colors- blue, green, yellow, and red- blue would be my favorite color, so, that was kind of cool. We kept in the lead with the points almost all week and only lost to the yellow team by a whole 15 points. I am very competitive, so, it was a real bummer not winning. Haha.
Throughout the week, I got to memorize lots of verses, play lots of game, etc. They also had a lot of freetime. That was kind of nice.

Enough with the details..

This was a Christian camp, and maybe I should share what I learned there.
Let's just say- When I got to camp, my heart was pretty hard. I have been going through some stuff lately that has caused me to ask God "why?!?" a lot. And my heart was hardened toward Him. And I did not want to soften it. But even through my unwillingness, God was able to soften my heart through being daily in the Word, and the daily worship and Bible study.
So, I came away with a softer, more open heart.

Camp was a different kind of experience for me. But after spending a whole week there, I grew to like and enjoy it. I am definetly going to consider going back next year even though I was not so sure if I wanted to go back the first part of the week. The people there are pretty amazing and my friendships with the people I already did know grew quite a bit that week. :-)

Below is a video with pictures from camp:

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Free books!

The last few months, I have started going out on Saturday mornings whenever I am free. 
There is a man that goes to my church that runs a table full of free Christian literature. He goes almost every Saturday morning and sits out by an old restaurant. This really drew me in. I decided to go one day and liked it enough to go back again and again. Sometimes there are hardly any people that come, but other times, we get lots of people that stop by.
For the most part, the man I go with does most of the talking, but I had a really cool experience a few weeks ago. I do talk to people some, but this time, I was really the only one doing the talking. A young man came up and was sharing some struggles he was having. It meant a lot to me for him to share and let me talk to him. I gave him a few pamphlets and stuffs, and he went on his way. This would have made my whole day, but later, we found the pamphlets in a restroom next door. Even though he left these which seemed really discouraging, I hope that God was able to somehow use me in this man's life as an encouragement.
So there you have it. That is what I do almost every Saturday morning unless I have something else going on. It has been a cool thing to do, and I hope that I will be able to use what I am learning through this opportunity in my life more and more. :-)

Saturday, June 7, 2014


Beauty. What do you think of when you think of that word? I guess the first thing that comes to my mind would have to be... Looks. 
In our culture today, people are put under pressure. Pressure to look good. But we've taken it too far. We spend way too much time and energy trying to make sure we look "good enough". But is that what really matters?

When I think of this issue in our culture, I am reminded of this passage:
1 Samuel 16: 6-7 (ESV)
When they came, he looked on Eliab and thought, “Surely the Lord's anointed is before him.” But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him. For the Lord sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart.”

Samuel was told to go anoint the future king of Israel. And look what he does- He looks and sees the outward appearance of Eliab and is quick to think that he is the one just because of his outward appearance. God saw Eliab's heart and knew he wasn't the right one. Samuel couldn't see his heart- what was inside.

I believe our culture does just this. They see a person and judge them by their outward appearance. Although we can not obviously see what God sees, we shouldn't be quick to judge a person by their looks or put pressure on them to look good. We should look at who they really are in the inside and encourage them to be more and more like Jesus Christ.

Don't worry about what people think about your outward appearance. Yes, it is nice to look nice on the outside. But we should spend much more of our time and energy trying to have a heart like Jesus and letting Him work in our lives. That is all that really matters.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Everything- AIM SD West

I love this song... And the way it is choreographed. I'm sure many of you have seen the Everything skit. But... have you seen a group of mimes do it??

Sunday, May 18, 2014


I had to write this paper for Apologetics class... And then.. They made me give it as a speech.. :-O

One of my earliest childhood remembrances is when I was about five years old. I must have really liked candy because I was willing to sneak it out of the candy bowl in the cabinet when no one was around. I was sneaky because I didn’t want to get caught. Have you ever done something like this? You knew something was wrong but yet still did it? This is called sinning. We have all sinned, but sin is not a light, fun thing. It is a bad thing with horrible consequences- some now and some later. Wouldn’t it be great if we didn’t have to pay for those sins? Well, maybe there is another way. Justification is the process in which your sins are in a way forgotten, and you can go free. It is the process in which Jesus Christ takes on the punishment for your sins. This is significant because it saves us from our sins. We are going to look at what justification means, the process of it, and what makes it so significant.

My first point- Justification is an act that God does in us by which we become cleansed of our sin. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, justification is “the act, process or state of being justified by God”. Joyce Meyer, who is a speaker and author, describes justification as being “just as if you’ve never sinned.” Because God is a holy, perfect God, He cannot look upon us when we are living sinful lives. But since God loved the people in the world so much, He came up with a plan that would cleanse us of our sin so He could bridge the gap that our sin had made between Him and us. John 3:16 says, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.”

This leads me to my second point- The process of justification came through God’s Son, Jesus Christ. And mind you, this was not one of His hundreds of sons. This was the only Son He had. And God gave Him willing for you just as John 3:16 says. This Son lived a perfect life which means He never sinned once. He was tempted just as we are, but He never fell into the temptation. And then, He willingly died on the cross for each and every one of us. He then was raised again three days later by God, His Father. What this did for us was give us the opportunity to be free from our sin. You see, when Jesus died, He took every sin that you would ever commit during your whole life and paid for it all. All you have to do is accept His free gift. Romans 10:9 says “that if you confess with your mouth Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you shall be saved”. William Gurnall also once said, “We are justified, not by giving anything to God, -what we do,- but by receiving from God, what Christ hath done for us.” It is as simple as that.

My last point- Justification is significant because, without it, we would be faced with eternal punishment instead of eternal life. Because of our sin, we deserve death. But when Jesus died on the cross, He paid for our sin. We no longer have to die for our sins. Romans 5:9 says, “Much more then, having now been justified by His blood, we shall be saved from the wrath of God through Him.” His death saved us from God’s wrath. We can now be declared righteous if we accept Him. “This is the rock where we stand when the dark clouds gather and the floods lick at our feet. Justification is by grace alone, through faith alone, and in Christ alone” (John Piper).

Looking back years ago to the candy bowl incident, I know that was wrong. God gave everyone a conscience to know what is right and wrong. We have no excuse. That is why when we sin, we must be punished. When we are justified, we are made right in God’s sight. We are no longer guilty in His eyes. God’s plan in sending Jesus Christ to die a sinner’s death made a way for us to be justified. And justification saves us from death. The way has already been paid for you, will you accept this free gift and be justified?

Monday, May 5, 2014

Discipling as a Leader

Long time no blogging here?

So, this past Friday and Saturday, I had a leadership conference/meeting with the fellow leaders of AIM. Our assistant director asked me to give a short devotional on Saturday morning.
I thought I might as well share it here. It isn't much, but I hope it may encourage at least one person.

Discipling as a Leader

If we do not disciple, the people we are leading will not be able to reach out to others and becoming disciplers themselves. And there can be little to no growth in them while they are with us.
Jesus’s example: Told us to, Did it/showed us how, His followers grew

Tips on discipling~

  • Listen to them
This you know, my beloved brethren. But let everyone be quick to hear, slow to speak and slow to anger; for the anger of man does not achieve the righteousness of God.

  • Be encouraging
But encourage one another day after day, as long as it is still called "Today," lest any one of you be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin. Hebrews 3:13
Let them know you appreciate them
Be sure to give them compliments and so on when they do something good
Treat them like you are their friend
  • Be caring and patient
And let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we shall reap if we do not grow weary. Galatians 6:9
Proverbs 15:1- A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.
Don’t expect results right away. So don’t give up on them. Be patient. Discipleship takes time.
How much time and effort are you willing to invest in their lives?
  • Let the Lord lead you
Let Him guide you and disciple you as you disciple and lead others
It may get discouraging sometimes. In fact, it probably will be.
Yet those who wait for the LORD Will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, They will run and not get tired, They will walk and not become weary. Isaiah 40:31
There can also be many rewarding times. Seeing someone grow in the Lord and grow in His image can be so encouraging and rewarding.
  • Make a lasting impact.
Are they going to remember you?
Are there lives going to be changed/touched by the Lord working through you?
How will you impact them?
  • Do discipleship intentionally.
Look for opportunities to disciple
Do things intentionally to be a discipler
  • Be a disciple
Willingly learn and take advantage of letting your own leaders/parents/pastors/etc. (And especially the Lord!!!) disciple you

Jesus was a leader with a lasting impact. He discipled His disciples and they later were able to become leaders themselves and disciple others. It is like a chain. You disciple someone.. They grow, They become a discipler or grow as one.. Etc. Etc.
What kind of leader will you be (or are you)? One that made a lasting impact or just another leader in someone’s life who didn’t help them to grow spiritually? 

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

What Do YOU Do When You Get Hurt?

You get hurt. Bad. And maybe you want revenge. To get back at the person who hurt you. I think this is more of a natural response after you get hurt. Or maybe you are the type who doesn't care to get back at others; you just want to crawl into your shell and never let anyone in again. Or maybe, you need someone there, so you grab the closest person to you and hang on to them. I don't know..... Which are you? Or are there others I missed? You see, I'm sort of a combination of the three. When I am hurt, I get upset and maybe even angry at the person who did it, but then maybe I just want to disappear for a while. Although, I do need a person in my life to be friends with. People are very important to me. I guess you could say that I'm a total people person. But what is the right response after you get hurt? 
First, let's explore these three options from above.....
Should you seek revenge? No. It is not our place to seek revenge. We are called to forgive those who have hurt us and love them anyways, not seek to hurt them back.
Should you crawl into your own little shell and never come back? No. I think that people need others- some more than others. But I do not think that you should give up on people in general. Although, I would suggest to learn from the past.
Should you always cling to people when you are hurt? Again, I'd say- no. I think that first of all, you need to run to the Lord. The Lord does place people in our lives to help us and show His love to us. But do not become only dependent on people and let them take the place of the Lord in your life. 
So, what do you do when you get hurt by someone? I think the first thing you should do is run to the Lord. Tell Him all about it. Even though He already knows, I think it helps to just tell Him all. Ya know? He will show you what to do. 
But definitely.......
Do not seek revenge. Leave that to the Lord.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Purity Conference- My thoughts

It's been like a month since I've posted.... :-( I love blogging, and I wish I could find more things to blog about.

This past weekend, I led a purity conference for the girls in AIM. We had it at my house, and all the girls came over for the weekend.
We went through five study sessions-

  • Community/Opening
  • Self-Worth
  • Purity
  • Modesty
  • And again- Community/Closing
I guess it could have just been called a girls' weekend, but we called it a purity weekend.
My plan was to have it go something like- Because we are worth something, we need to be pure. AIM has also been really trying to become more like a family. For the weekend, I had people in groups of two. These were their prayer partners. They were told to be open with each other. I really liked this part of the weekend. It gave all the girls an opportunity to get to know each other better. 
All the girls seemed to have a good time. All in all... it was a really tiring weekend for me.. I'm still exhausted. But it was worth it. :) 
Here are a few pics- 

Friday, January 10, 2014

When you are just so very down.......

I get what it feels like to be down. Down where you feel like everyone else is far away. You are alone. Down where hope seems far away. Down where it's hard to keep going.
So, when you are at this point, what do you do?
Give up?
Put a smile on for the world and just keep putting one foot in front of the other?
Where does God come in on all this?
Where is He when you feel like this? When you are in this mess?
Well, He's there. He hasn't left you.
I would really just encourage you during this time to really seek the Lord. Ask Him for strength. Ask Him to help you. To rescue you. To pull you through. Read His word and meditate on it.
I would also recommend talking to a close friend about your struggle(s). Talk to them about it and then ask them to keep you in your prayers.
These are two of things I recommend. I hope they were at least a little helpful. :)

Monday, January 6, 2014

People... They Struggle

People. Well, they struggle. They live in a fallen world. They are going to have struggles. So, of course, I know people who struggle. Like everyone I know has struggled. And some people I have just want to give them hug and tell them everything is going to be alright. And when I feel like I can't do anything to help them..... I feel helpless...... (Okay, maybe I overact a little in this area). Maybe I have a lack of trust in the Lord during times when people I love are struggling.
So, how should people help those who are struggling? What is the correct and godly response?
My mother would probably tell me just to love the person and be there for them. And then, of course, shower them in prayer. I also believe that this is the right response.
So, for those in your life that are struggling-
1. Be there for them. And make sure they know you are there for them.
2. Listen to them. If they want to talk about something, listen to them and don't just butt in your advice or whatnot..... wait till they finish and if they want your advice or a word from you than give it. Sometimes though, there are the times where you should say something even if they don't want to hear it, so use discernment when this problem arises.
3. Pray for them/shower them with prayer
4. Just love them. And maybe tell them that you appreciate them and care about them once in a while. :)

Have a blessed week,


A few quotes by Charles H. Spurgeon. I hope they are able to encourage you even if only in a small way today. :)

“When your will is God's will, you will have your will.”

“Faith goes up the stairs that love has built and looks out the windows which hope has opened.”

“If you can't see His way past the tears, trust His heart.”

― Charles H. Spurgeon

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

2014 is here!

Happy New Years everyone!!!!!
I hope that God shows you His great love and grace more and more this year!!!!
Blessings for this New Year of 2014!!!