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Fighting Back

Fighting Back I was diagnosed with chronic depression and PTSD years ago. While they tried every antidepressant they could, they never actually helped with the depression, they just numbed me. I walked around like a zombie, not feeling much of anything. I didn’t feel joy, love, hate, or any of those emotions. I guess the […]

Daily Struggles and I am Blessed

February 18, 2018 – Daily Struggles I used to think that Christians were perfect people. All the ones I met seemed so happy, so sure of themselves, for the most part. I never met any complainers, that is until I became a Christian. Then I soon discovered that they are no different from anyone else, […]

Do as I Say, Not as I Do

Do as I Say, Not as I Do Sometimes I have to go back and read my own articles. I can’t remember everything I’ve written, nor can I remember all the subjects have written about. It’s a good exercise for me, because, as we all know, I am far from perfect and sometimes I need […]

Christ Follower

Christ Follower I read an article, either yesterday or the day before, where a woman getting ready to visit another country was advised not say she was a “Christian”, but to instead say she was a “Christ Follower”. Of course, in searching for the article today, I cannot find it. I think she said that […]

Looking Inward, Growing, Days of Celebration

February 12, 2017 – Looking Inward Sometimes we get so busy, we forget to check in ourselves. We day after day ding the normal everyday things we have always done. We go to work, we go to school, we go the store, and possible to check in on parents or grandparents. We go to church […]

Choices and Sisters

January 14, 2017 – Choices We are given many choices in our life time. We choose who our friends are, what course we want to take in Middle School, High School and College. We choose what kind of work we want to do, where we want to live and even what we want to eat. […]

The Tongue

June 5, 2016 Pastor Salem did a sermon today on the tongue, how it can be used to destroy a person, how it can be used to uplift a person, and more importantly how it should be used to edify and glorify and share Jesus. It got me thinking back to younger days, before I […]