Challenges of Mortality

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Discrimination, Racism, and Christ’s Loving Standards

The first step to any change is the awareness that something is not right in the eyes of God; it is disrespectful and dishonoring. In your heart, you know these words or acts would not come from Jesus. Therefore, they must not come from you because Christ lives in you. Many Christ-followers have not been aware of their discriminations or racism until now. However, now that you are aware, you will need to break your learned cycles.

By |2020-07-14T10:53:42-06:00July 10th, 2020|Abuse/Domestic Violence, Challenges of Mortality, Love|Comments Off on Discrimination, Racism, and Christ’s Loving Standards

Living in the Unstoppable Hope of Christ During Challenging Times

I knew if Jesus could endure the cross for me and come back to life, then he would help me. Choosing to trust Jesus and to trust God helped me experience living in Christ’s hope. Without trusting and loving them, living in unstoppable hope was not possible.

By |2020-04-06T20:50:05-06:00April 7th, 2020|Abuse/Domestic Violence, Challenges of Mortality, Faith Struggles and Stregthening, Fear, Uncertainty in Transitions of Life|Comments Off on Living in the Unstoppable Hope of Christ During Challenging Times

2 Key Aspects of Love: Kindness and Thankfulness

Even on the cross, Jesus showed kindness toward his mother, Mary, as he gave her to John to care for after his death. We all know this was Christ’s worst day. Yet, he chose to be kind.

By |2019-10-22T12:09:53-06:00November 5th, 2019|Abuse/Domestic Violence, Challenges of Mortality, Love|Comments Off on 2 Key Aspects of Love: Kindness and Thankfulness

A Secret Weapon of the Enemy

I realized that my whole life had been a quest to find Christ’s true love. I had traded up to lesser abuse with each marriage, while I tried to find Christ’s love through my broken love design.

By |2019-10-22T08:44:28-06:00September 24th, 2019|Abuse/Domestic Violence, Challenges of Mortality, Faith Struggles and Stregthening, Love|Comments Off on A Secret Weapon of the Enemy

Uncover the Truth: Your Identity’s Not from the World’s Value

I began to understand that my identity didn’t come from the conditions of my birth, what people said, how I felt, the experiences I had, or the value others placed on me.

Top 3 Questions About Lust from Christians

Although lust starts as a thought, you must keep thinking on it for it to become a temptation.

5 Truths You Can Find in Your Desert

The longer I go without the living waters of peace from Jesus the worse my internal condition becomes and my external challenges look. I feel like I am caught in a dirt-devil depleting my strength, resources, and faith. When you sense your peace in Christ is being disrupted, stop and go to Jesus for direction. He promises to walk with you as he leads you in his peace. Trust him and keep praying or trying new steps until you feel his peace.

People Versus Things (3 Questions to Ask Yourself)

When our “normal” is unhealthy and promotes using people to get what you want, you become a disrespectful user and often an abuser of people.  Likewise, women who grow up in this unhealthy environment come to believe is it “normal” and expected for them to be used and live their life as a victim if they are to be loved.

$10, 1 Million, or Priceless: How Much Are You Worth?

I was never taught how I was deceived by my childhood thoughts, beliefs, mistakes, and life experiences concerning my value. I discovered these lies, and my self-worth began being transformed when I consistently studied God’s word. My understanding deepened as my relationship with Christ flourished. I became devoted to learning what it means to let Jesus be the originator of my value and to live like I believed him.