Monthly Archives: February 2012

40 Days and After….

I was recently asked what I was giving up for Lent and answered quite frankly, “Nothing.” Having gone to Catholic school for the majority of my life; I remember being taught about the season of Lent and acknowledging the Stations … Continue reading

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Angry with God

Yesterday, I was just plain angry. Angry because I felt like life was this big game. It felt like God had the world in this big rat race. Each day we try our best to do our best so that … Continue reading

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AH HA!!!

I had an enlightening conversation with a stranger at the gym this morning. As I was on the elliptical machine, she comes over to me and asks if I was in the band she saw performing at The Office Bar … Continue reading

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The Greatest Love Of All

Every year around this time I like to remind people how great love really is. It’s so great that it’s not just reserved for the romantics… you know, husbands and wives, boyfriends and girlfriends, or even secret crushes. Love is … Continue reading

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Encouragement for Today

I just wanted to remind and encourage anyone who is going through tough times and having stressful days everyday, that in the midst of all that’s going on in life, God still deserves praise. He is still God, still in … Continue reading

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MY WAY OR THE HIGHWAY!!

Today, I am compelled to blog about being careful with assumptions and presumptions regarding the faithfulness of other believers. So many times I’ve heard people compare their Christian walk with the walks of others. If they don’t speak how you … Continue reading

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Train…without the Soul

I remember sitting by my family’s 13-inch TV with my clunky Panasonic recording machine and my cassette tape, trying to record as many songs as I could off Soul Train.  Don Cornelius was like the uncle everyone wanted: great shades, … Continue reading

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