Monthly Archives: October 2014

GOD’S GREATEST MIRACLE. HANDS DOWN. FOR THE MOST PART.

Don’t you hate it when God totally one-ups you at your own theology? …….Yea me neither. I think it’s pretty awesome. So a couple weeks ago I woke up at 5AM to get ready to be in DC to have … Continue reading

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Playing Your Position

And He commanded them all to sit down by groups on the green grass. – Mark 6:39 The other day during our morning devotional, our pastor pointed out that when Jesus performed the miracle of feeding the multitude, before there … Continue reading

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Ebola: An Illness of Compassion

Fetu Kekula, 22, had a house full of family members infected with ebola.  Too far from a hospital, the young nurse-in-training did not run for safety, nor did she just sit in a corner and pray for their recovery.  She … Continue reading

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Check 1 Check 2…

Three years ago, I found out I have Cardiac Dysrhythmia, also known as Arrythmia, or in layman terms, an irregular heartbeat. I remember how scared I was when I was first diagnosed because heart disease runs on my moms side … Continue reading

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Make ‘Em A Believer

Originally posted on Tuesdays with Bianca:
I could moan and groan over the fact I spent an hour drafting a blog that never officially saved and at the moment I was about to post it my computer froze and I lost everything……

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The Lone Traveler Pt. 2

After last week’s post on being in first class I wanted to clear some things up lol. Many of you (family and friends) have expressed to me your misunderstanding of what it means to “travel for work”. In your mind … Continue reading

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Lost in a Masquerade

Had a recent conversation with one of my closest friends and found out she didn’t really know me. I thought I was being transparent. I’ve been working on being vulnerable and letting others help me. So I was a little … Continue reading

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