It was never about Naomi, but Jesus!

How often have we spoken negativity, or should I dare to say curses over ourselves, because we define our identity by temporary troubles instead of standing on our eternal God-given identity. We become so blinded by what we are going through that we don’t see what we have gained amid the struggles and battles.

How Do I Find My Calling?

What is my calling? How do I know that I’m called to ministry? What is my purpose in this life? These are questions I hear all the time, and I was once the person constantly asking God these same questions. I always associated calling as a destination, but it wasn’t until recently God allowed me the grace to view it this way: 

Why do we need Community?

At one point, I couldn’t receive from people without giving them something in return until one day, in prayer, God said to me, who do you think that you are that I can use you to bless others, but I can’t use others to bless you? When someone gives us something, it is not them, but the God in them.

Declaring The Fruits!

I found myself searching for the fruits of God in each person I saw; When I was supposed to be focusing on my heart. I was allowing their outer appearance to dictate if they were Christian or not. God placed this question on my heart at that moment––do you have the fruits?

The Samaritan Woman

She was fully aware of her status through the lens of others. During biblical times, a well was the social highpoint for women to chat while drawing water, but she came alone. She was ostracized and marked as immoral, an unmarried woman living openly with multiple men.