Letting Go by Practicing Yoga

Yo•ga noun. A Hindu theistic philosophy teaching the suppression of all activity of body, mind, and will in order that the self may realize its distinction from them and attain liberation. — Merriam Websters I started practicing yoga because I wanted to reduce stress, more importantly I read Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself by…

Worship Wednesday: Go to Scripture – Peace

On Worship Wednesday, I like to share my worship for God with others, in hopes that it encourages others to share their love for our King as well. I will share my go to scriptures that help keep my mind stayed on God. I try to keep my vision board updated so every time I read…

Worship Wednesday: The Wilderness 

This week I am reminded that as Ambassadors of Christ we are all going through something in His name. I recently transitioned from a dark place and was looking forward to beginning something new in hopes that the darkness was behind me. I forgot however, what I learned throughout that tribulation, which was that whatever you…

Freedom. No Longer a Slave to People.

About a year ago I realized I was a slave to people. I wasn’t being true to myself and I surely was not being true to my God. By placing other peoples’ priorities, needs, and opinions of me ahead of mine, I was indeed a slave to people. I originally realized this unhealthy relationship with…

Reaching Hearts is Wise

When I was in middle school we had to memorize poems and recite them in front of the class. Maya Angleou was my mother’s favorite poet and by default at the  tender age of thirteen she became my favorite poet too. So I memorized Weekend Glory, which I still remember today. Some ditchy  folks don’t…

Worship Wednesday

Wor•ship noun. The reverent love and devotion accorded a deity (a God or Goddess), an idol, or a sacred object. — Websters College Dictionary In the morning as I prepare for work I like to start my day with worship. I read The Daughters of the King daily devotional on my iPhone and do my best…