In this episode, I encourage you to take out extended periods to seek God this summer. The power of word challenge is one way we have taken out to expose our hearts to the Lord. This is very important part of our walk with God. If you seek Him with the whole of your heart you will find him. Also, remember t...More
This is my story This is my song
My story is unique and so is yours Sometimes excited I feel like jumping And then I am scared I feel like quitting
One thing remains I am not al...
A few months ago, if you had asked if I thought I talk a lot, I would have sincerely answered with a big-NO! Now, however, the more I think about it, the more I think the answer could be....well, may be (is that a sign of denial?). Interestingly, I never saw myself as a person that talks a lot. Though I remember I used ...
Don't put new wine into old wineskins. I have noticed that Christians sometimes, assume that we can try to use God's grace with our old character and attitude, it's definitely a messy situation. Your old container though it can take to new wine for a...More
Assuming there was a bank to store time, a time bank, what would your account be worth? Imagine if you could actually do that. Deposit your time and withdraw it when you need it. Wouldn't that be cool? If that were possible, today would have been a major withdrawal day f...More
For some of you, this topic of speaking the truth may not be such a big deal as it is for me. I have had very many opportunities to speak the truth but chose to lie. Why youmay ask? Well, I had the PBPY Syndrome (paint-a-better-picture-of-you Syndrome). Wh...More
On this episode, I focus more on how to take every thought captive; how to allow Christ deal with not just what you say but first on what thoughts you dwell on. How to take every thought captive. This is a very important process in becoming like Jesus. ...More
Many would think they really don't need a challenge like this. I felt the same way... You say to yourself "oh my, Sue would really benefit a lot from something like this". You are right, Sue needs it but maybe you do as well. "Do you sometimes trivialize your w...More