This is a recap of the last video with a couple of additional examples. God will give you discernment about people in your life–friends, co-workers, dating prospects, etc. He will also give you discernment about a situation you’re dealing with … Continue reading Signs of Discernment PART TWO
In this video, I discuss: 1. Marsai Martin from Blackish (her PSA re: bullying and choosing kindness) 2. A few of my examples of dealing with problematic people with help from the Lord 3. Why it’s important to have Jesus … Continue reading Bullying & Suicide–Don’t Fall for the Nonsense PART TWO
In this video, I share a few examples of how God helped me to stand up for myself in different situations after struggling with fear for several years. Continue reading God Gave Me Strength and Courage to Stand Up for Myself
How’s everyone doing? I know it’s been a while!
I wanted to share some pics from my road trip to Rockford, IL in September.
One day, I was looking through my AAA magazine and it recommended Rockford, IL as a place to visit because of their art museum and Japanese Gardens. I’d been wanting to use my camera (the photography classes I’d signed up for were canceled months ago due to the pandemic), so I thought I’d take a road trip and take some pictures.Continue reading “Rockford, IL Road Trip”
I will come back and do another blog post soon. In the meantime, please check out my video about discernment. Continue reading Signs of Discernment PART ONE
For the past couple of months, I would get stressed out when I listened to or watched constant news coverage about COVID-19, numbers of deaths and infected persons, business closures, job losses, possible food shortages, etc. Even now, I sometimes think, “Wow, I can’t believe we’re going through this” because I never imagined seeing anything like this occur in my lifetime.Continue reading “Finding Joy in the Midst of the Pandemic and Spiritual Warfare”
I’m sure you all have heard about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) which started in Wuhan, China, and has spread to various countries and nationwide in the United States. People have died from it, but others are recovering. Celebrities such as Tom Hanks and his wife, Idris Elba, and some NBA players have also contracted the disease. Store shelves are empty, schools and restaurants are closed, and most people are working from home while others have lost their jobs. Events have been canceled and even the NBA has canceled its games. The Center for Disease Control is recommending that we practice social distancing and stay at home.
As I mentioned in another post, I had bought a sewing machine (Singer 3342 FashionMate) last summer and had been taking sewing classes. I was enjoying making different items and recently started making small tote bags. About a week ago, I started working on a tote bag and noticed that my white thread had run out, so I decided to use another spool of white thread that I purchased from Walmart. I noticed that the thread was a little thicker (the label said it was craft and sewing thread) and hoped it wouldn’t cause a problem with my machine, but I decided to try it anyway.
So today is the first day of 2020 and 2019 is over! It seems like the year went by so fast!
This makes me think of 2 Peter 3:8-9: “…With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.” The older I get, the more time seems to fly by. There are times when I hear about a news story that occurred five years ago and I think, “That was FIVE years ago?!” Where did the time go?