Prayer Answering God with Everlasting Hands

Guest Post by Shade For with God, Nothing Shall be Impossible—Luke 1 vs 37.  I enrolled in a doctoral program in 2013, coursework was not quite stressful, I finished in three years. In the last semester of the third year, I was required to start my Prospectus. I wrote according to guidelines working with myContinue reading “Prayer Answering God with Everlasting Hands”

A Precious Gift

Isaiah 9:6 – For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us; And the government will rest on His shoulders; And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. In Luke 2:6 and 11 we find the following words… V.6 While they wereContinue reading “A Precious Gift”

My Truth

Part 2 Guest Post by Denise Barksdale In my previous testimony I shared that I’ve been married to an alcoholic, (a recovered alcoholic, I should say because as God’s Word states in Romans 4:17 (NKJV)-God, who gives life to the dead and calls those things which do not exist as though they did. According toContinue reading “My Truth”

God’s Kindness Towards Us

I love Sundays. Sunday is the day of the week that I get the opportunity to connect with others, hear some good praise and worship music, and hear a good sermon. Even though I can’t hug my neighbor, I can wave to my neighbor when it is that time during the worship experience. I justContinue reading “God’s Kindness Towards Us”

Family Matters

A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to celebrate with my aunt. It was her birthday. It was so nice to see my father’s side of the family; especially since I hadn’t seen them for approximately two years. We all met at Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant located in Dunwoody, GA. The long tableContinue reading “Family Matters”

An Unmerited Gift

During the past several months, I have been doing a lot of reading.  One book that I decided to re-read is by Gary Chapman, The Five Love Languages for Singles. I decided to re-read it because I have been spending more time getting to know myself better. I’ve had more time to think, reflect, andContinue reading “An Unmerited Gift”

A Daddy’s Love: Abba Father

I will always remember the date, December 17, 1976. This is the date that my father, Abe Brown passed away. It was a cold, dark night. He was driving home, lost control of the car, and crashed into a light pole on I-94 in Chicago, Illinois. I was only six years old and my littleContinue reading “A Daddy’s Love: Abba Father”