America, We Are Not Free

How is this the greatest country in the world when you’re more likely to be killed by a complete stranger here than in any other country? For so long, we’ve been fed the lie that Middle Eastern, African, Asian, and South American countries are barbaric, dangerous, uncivilized, backwards, and whatever other derogatory term people in... Continue Reading →

The Patterns of Spiritual Abuse

I recently watched the newly released documentary on Discovery+, “Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed,” and also binge listened to several hours of “The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill” podcast. Both of these hit soooo close to home. It was as if they read my journals about the things I experienced for 8 years, and there... Continue Reading →

“Friends” & “Followers”: Balance in the Exposure 

Were we humans created to be exposed to so much? For centuries, we could only really stay in constant communication with approximately 50-150 people, depending on our roles in society. We had our household members, classmates, coworkers, the people in our places of worship, extended family members, and neighbors. If someone moved away, we bid... Continue Reading →

Hidden No More

Each year for the last 8 years, I’ve prayed about and had a word or phrase for the upcoming year. It’s usually not until the end of that next year, that the word(s) make sense. So, when I felt like the phrase for 2020 was “hidden no more,” I was excited and nervous, not knowing... Continue Reading →

Choosing Peace of Mind

You know how people say there are certain prayers you need to be careful to say? Like, “God, I want to be a more patient person.” Well, back on January 7th, I said a prayer I don’t recommend saying lightly because it just might turn your world upside down... “God, show me who in my... Continue Reading →

10 Years Ago

10 years ago... October 11, 2009... I walked into my very first young adult “Reach Prayer Night” service on a Sunday night, and encountered the life transforming Jesus! I had no clue what was coming. During the night different people were praying about different topics. There was a woman (who till this day I have... Continue Reading →

You Can’t Unknow What You Know

Christian Abolitionist William Wilberforce said “you may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.” There’s a revival happening in our (United States) culture today that’s centered on justice and making wrongs right. Many people are no longer willing to sit silently in the midst of wrong doing.... Continue Reading →

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