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February 20, 2020

Have you ever been on track with God then somehow and someway you stepped ahead causing a little distance between you and God?

It’s likely that in some point in our walk with Christ this has happened. When everything was going great matters were taken into our own hand and ended in complete disaster. 

Who? How? What just happened? These are all questions we ask once the wrong plan is discovered. The key if one ever gets...

February 17, 2020

Motherhood is like no other. Early mornings, late nights, constant feedings… after working a eight hour plus work day, coming home can seem like a mountain of tasks that never seem to be completed. As commonly stated, motherhood is a journey. However in the thick of motherhood with a school aged children whose schedules are filled with school projects and sports games, a toddler who can only go to the bathroom with you and an...

February 10, 2020

The last blog post detailed the fruit of the spirit versus the working of the flesh. We will now take dive into each fruit produced by the Holy Spirit and how we can ensure we can live from it each day.

"These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full."
John 15:11

"For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking but of righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spiri...

February 3, 2020

*This past Sunday we had a guest speaker at our church and I am sharing a few takeaways and what the Lord revealed to me regarding the fruit of the spirit and working of the flesh.* 

When a tree is firmly rooted and watered in good soil overtime it’s designed fruit will be produced. An apple tree will produce apples and an orange tree will produce oranges. When you are rooted in the foundation of Christ and...

January 31, 2020

Throughout the month we all shared our financial goals and learned tips to keep us on track. The initial energy to pay off debt, save or increase income however can fade. So how does one follow through successfully with their financial goals?
 


1. Become a 10% Tither
I mentioned this during our debt free journey and it is a blessing if you are consistent in it. Malachi 3 states that the Lord will rebuke the devourer for the ti...

January 23, 2020


“For who has despised the day of small things? For these seven rejoice to see The plumb line in the hand of Zerubbabel. They are the eyes of the LORD, Which scan to and fro throughout the whole earth.””
Zechariah 4:10 NKJV

One day my mom and I had a conversation about heating up food. She informed me that as a child microwaves were yet to be invented and once they came into household use they were bulky, expensive and non-en...

January 20, 2020

Part two of our debt free journey ending with us stepping full time into ministry and entrepreneurship with another car loan. To make matters worse, I traded that 4 door sedan in for an even larger family friendly vehicle rolling over $4,000 of negative equity into yet another car loan totaling $26,000. 

What was I thinking? This was definitely an impulsive purchase that went against our financial goals. We were $11,000 away fr...

January 14, 2020

Worship is more than just listening to a praise song but actual acts of trust and obedience.

Musical worship sounds create vibrations that cause an emotional response to retreat to our Savior but it doesn’t stop here. Just because one sings and raises their hands during a praise song doesn’t mean their heart and actions are in worship. Worship starts within the heart. It is a choice to choose God’s will over human or world insp...

January 11, 2020

In the last post I shared our 18 month journey on how we buckled down to got out of debt. At the time our budget consisted of the following average income and expenses:

Income                                                   3,500

Expenses
Tithes...

January 8, 2020

Start Date:                   October 2013

Paid in full Date:          March 2015

Total time:                    18 months

Debt Paid Off:              $25,000

Avg Monthly Income:   $3,500

We kicked our debt free journey into high gear in October 2013 with the following approximate deb...

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