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Sabbath Was Made For You

  There’s a thought that the Sabbath was made for pastors and leaders only. Maybe we don’t fully understand the purpose of the Sabbath and why it was made, but simply put…the Sabbath was made for you and everyone.  Sabbath is not exclusive to pastors and leaders, or for those who, with the hustle… Read More »

FASTING: HUNGRY FOR GOD

  What is fasting? Fasting is a spiritual teaching that is taught in the Bible. It’s a time to replace our hunger for things - to being hungry for the Lord. Many characters in the Bible fasted: Jesus, Moses, Daniel, and many more. Jesus was tempted by Satan, so He fasted for forty days.… Read More »

Singleness

  I attended a biblical training session on womanhood. All of the discussions were helpful, but the one that stuck out to me the most was about the single woman. The encouragement I have for all single men and women is this: “Your primary role in life is NOT to get married, but to… Read More »

New Year, New You!

According to the Bible, New Year, New You is a real thing!  We are starting a new year, but can you really become a new you?  Are those just trendy empty words people like to say?   1. New Faith, New You  “Anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person.  The old… Read More »

Jesus, The Real Superhero!

  It seems like everyone is obsessed with Marvel movies now.  I love those movies but every time I watch one, I think about how the world is craving for someone to look to to be inspired or to be saved.  It is interesting that every Marvel movie shows a battle between light and… Read More »

No Excuses

  A few years ago I visited the newly-opened Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.  The museum has a room with bookshelves filled with Bible translations.  The books were color coded to visually display which languages of the world currently have a Bible in their heart languages, which languages currently have a translation… Read More »

Run The Race Well

  I did not want to exercise today. Why? I just did not feel like it. But as I think about the Tokyo Olympic Games, I think about all of the hard work, dedication, and discipline that is required by each athlete to compete at this elite level.  The amount of time spent on… Read More »

Shine Brighter, Friend!

“As the world grows darker, I'll shine my light brighter. As the world grows darker, I'll show the love of Christ. As the world grows darker, my life will be a  lamp  for all to see Christ.”   I didn't expect to turn on the news and see such shocking news. Two bombers decided… Read More »

Black Widow

  *Warning, this article contains spoilers. I recently saw the Marvel movie, “Black Widow.” During the movie, I noticed so many different themes - from a false sense of family, to trust issues, to facing your past and defeating evil. One theme that struck me was Evil Girl Turns Good. A young woman, Natasha… Read More »

Drop Your Stone

  Can you remember a weak moment in your life? Maybe it was a time before you knew Jesus when you were still foolish and stuck in sinful, unhealthy habits. Perhaps you were saved, but you still battled temptation, lack of self-control, anger, lust, or idolatry. Imagine in that dark moment, when you gave… Read More »

5 Ways to Walk Through a Spiritual Drought

drought /drout/ noun 1. a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall, leading to a shortage of water. 2. thirst. A spiritual drought is a form of spiritual crisis, because it is recognized as a time of separation from God.  Are you experiencing spiritual drought? Do you feel a lack of motivation to do the… Read More »

The Lord Shines a Light for Bright New Day: Deaf Women’s Conference 21

  Sometimes, an idea is formed to fill a need. Sometimes, a dream comes from a deep desire to show a new way, or a better way. Once in a while, through the grace of God, all of those things come together and shine a bright light for a new day ahead. Proverbs 16:9… Read More »

5 Truths of Forgiveness

Forgiveness. This is easily one of the most challenging things for me. Sometimes the offense is small. Other times… not so much.  My parents stayed married until I was 23, but the marriage I saw was not a healthy one. My dad would look for satisfaction in affairs which severed his connection with my… Read More »

Who Called You? Part 2

(Part 2) Proactivity vs. Reactivity in the Deaf Church: Learning to Thrive in the Decline I met with my pastor-friend again as agreed. He had been telling me about the struggles of his church in a time of what many would describe as a time of decline.  He opened up by telling me what… Read More »

What Does Black History Means To Me? A Reflection

Growing up, I thought of February as the month I had to write a school report. I always did my report on Thurgood Marshall. I can’t really recall the reason, but it might have been that he was easy to write about, or I was just plain fascinated with his story.  Today, I am… Read More »

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