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Give yourself permission to get away from anything that causes you pain. If it is someone that causes that pain seriously evaluate how important that person is to you. Ask yourself is it worth going through any emotional, financial or […]

You are who you choose to be. You are the choices you make. If you want to be miserable in life, you chose that. If you want to be happy in life that’s another choice you make. If you want […]

How much time do you spend with God daily? A few minutes before you start your day, or do you pray to end your day? Do you read the Bible every day? Or do you read devotions every day? If […]

Everyone deserves peace in their lives as the new year is approaching. As the holiday season is wrapping up, we all long for peace within our families and within our lives in general. I wanted to share another song with […]

Have you ever noticed that we treat our friends, family and coworkers and even people at church, differently, depending on which group we are around? Have you ever noticed how differently you treat certain people depending on where you are? […]

“Breathe” is one of the most well-known songs from the 90s. It was written by the Christian singer, Michael W. Smith. It is sung in churches all over the world. I first heard the song when I was a little […]

“Held” by Natalie Grant is a song about losing a child and learning to trust in God through pain and suffering. I’ve never lost a child, so I can’t even imagine that pain, but I know that this song has […]

Some days it feels better to carry our own burdens instead of giving them up to God. On other days we often surrender them to Him. It often depends on how angry or upset we are. Often times our emotions […]

Like all of us, we sometimes struggle to pray for peace and understanding in our lives. Especially when things get really tough. We aren’t just in a battle of wanting peace and prosperity and happiness for ourselves. We are literally […]

“Even when you don’t want to talk to people about the way you might be feeling, try talking to them anyways. It might just free you from yourself and give you a new perspective.”- Alexis Wohler. That was what came […]