There comes a time in your life when you become tired. You step outside of the muck and mire of life and you feel like you've been working so hard just to go nowhere. You look at the path you thought you were progressing on and find you may have been digging yourself into a hole. I've been on this earth 26 years. I've been a Black woman the entire time. I've been a Christian for over 20 of those years. I've been a mother for nearly 5 years and a wife for nearly 4 years, and
The Legacy Conference is less than a week away and I could not be more excited. While I am personally unable to attend this year, my heart longs to be there. Had I gone, this would have been my 11th year going to the conference. I have attended this conference nearly every year since 2007 and, I must say, this is the most life changing part of my year every time. From sitting in Christ Bible Church learning about hermeneutics from Flame, to volunteering and workshop hopping t
I'm a terrible mess. In every way imaginable. I realize this everyday when I wake up later than I want to, nap longer than I need to, and go to sleep later than I should, all the while getting very little done in the precious moments between. More than anything, my life is not always a reflection of the longing I have for God. I don't read my bible like I should or pray like I want to. And that's just the surface stuff. In the Psalms, David CONSTANTLY talks about meditation.