Do You Feel Distant from Your Family?
As we grow older in life, our views on life and people change. We have friends that may come and go, but how do you deal with your family? The one thing you can’t change in life is your family and it can be the most challenging part of your life. As the saying goes ” […]
Do You Know GOD’S Voice?
Have you ever felt that GOD doesn’t hear your prayers? Some of us even feel that GOD is not directing us on the right path. This is so far from the truth. GOD hears and sees all and talks to each and every one of us. So why do you think GOD does not speak to you? It took […]
Love ME for ME
Do you love your child just the way they are? Are you a parent that builds their child up or is breaking their child down? Building your child up can be difficult if your parents did not model that for you. A lot of the times we will do what we saw our parents do. […]
Yoga from a Christian Perspective
Spirit of Fear
Do you have anger but cannot explain why you are angry. This is just one way the spirit of fear can control your life. Some of the other symptoms of fear are phobias, lack of trust, doubt, intimidation, nightmares, anxiety and stress, rejection, torment, heart attacks, and the fear of the unknown. Psalm 56:3-4 says, […]
We have all been told at one time or another to “breathe” and it may have seemed like our concerns at the time were being brushed off by the giver of that advice. We should all be experts at breathing by now, since we’ve been doing it from birth and it’s automatic after all. You may ask, why […]
The Importance of a Father
A father is the most important person in a girl’s life. He is the one that shows her how a man is supposed to treat, love and provide for her. Every girl wants to feel so secure and loved in such a way they can tell a boy, ” If you hurt me I am going to tell my DADDY!” So why […]
“Like a Girl”
I recently attended Women to Women conference regarding women working with men who batter. It was awe-inspiring that there were quite a few of us female facilitators for a Battering Intervention Prevention program (BIP). Sitting at a small table of 10 ladies maximum, we discussed our roles as women facilitators of men’s battering groups. The […]