You Can Break Free from Your Past Pains

It’s a process!  Breaking free from the things that have haunted you for years, the people who have hurt you through betrayal or rejection and the disappointments that have discouraged you to live are all a part of a process. How long is the process?  That is entirely up to you. Memories are resurfaced by … Continue reading You Can Break Free from Your Past Pains

Did You Know Some People Experience An Eclipse Everyday?

Everyone is anxiously waiting on the rare moment to watch one of God’s scientific wonders; the Eclipse! Well, at least pretty much everybody. Let’s be honest. You don’t have to be an astrologist to have a grand appreciation for what is considered a lifetime event. Any one with knowledge of what is going on, from … Continue reading Did You Know Some People Experience An Eclipse Everyday?

There is a Time to Love and Hate

Life events can shift us into an emotional storm, causing us to feel the anxiety of the aftermath. It is when anger hits like a tornado, tears fall like scattered showers, outrage drowns like a hurricane and mental shock has the same effects as a bolt of lightning touching the brain. Are these emotions normal? … Continue reading There is a Time to Love and Hate

Mental Health Affects Your Teen

Today is a special Monday or me and my family. It commemorates the day that my 15-year-old brother’s life was lost by suicide. Marchello is the reason why I advocate for mental health and especially for suicide prevention. My advocacy includes everyone because mental health affects everyone. However, my two main focus areas are adolescents … Continue reading Mental Health Affects Your Teen

Being Thankful in the Process

Life will cause us to experience natural storms that will temporarily inconvenience us. Then there are the every day storms that interrupt our days in the form of difficult obstacles, unhealthy stress and broken relationships. What do you do when a storm uproots your life sending a tornado of chaos into your day? Recently, storms … Continue reading Being Thankful in the Process

My Memoirs About Chronic Depression

Happy Saturday! I declare this will be a great day for you. Now it is up to you to receive it and walk in it! Today, my book of memoirs about my battle with depression is available for free through Amazon Kindle. I encourage you to take the time to download it. Why? Encouragement.  You … Continue reading My Memoirs About Chronic Depression

Don’t Judge Me for Confessing Our Truth

It's Friday... So I'm going to endeavor to restrain from making this a deep or long post. BUT, something is on my mind. As a faith-based mental health advocate, I daily encourage everyone, especially the church to join me in my movement of breaking mental health barriers. Now, I have been very transparent about being … Continue reading Don’t Judge Me for Confessing Our Truth

God’s Reconciling Love

April 23, 2017 Sunday School Commentary Lesson Guide, Direction God’s Reconciling Love Devotional Reading: Romans 1:1-15   Highlighted Text –  Romans 5:6-11, 8:31-39 Key Verse -  “Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creation, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 8:39). During a … Continue reading God’s Reconciling Love

Friday Night Revival at The Club

Where do Christians or ‘Church Folks’ go on Friday nights? Revival at the church, right? If you have been a Christian for any length of time, you should know all about revivals. Even if you don’t or haven’t had the blessed opportunity to do so you will. Revivals are an awakening to the soul. Now … Continue reading Friday Night Revival at The Club

God is Always Working His Plan

During my devotional time this morning I was reading out of the book of Proverbs as I seldom do. It is a book filled with wisdom that we can apply in our every day lives and in every aspect. But are we always listening when wisdom is speaking? Sometimes we can be so full of … Continue reading God is Always Working His Plan