Nominated for Liebster Award!

Blessings to you –  here an exciting post: I have been nominated by 2 fellow bloggers for the 2016 (blogger) LIEBSTER AWARD. I am grateful and honored! Stick around – at the end of this post I will be nominating 10 of … Continue reading

Devastated but not Destroyed

Blessings to you and happy Thursday! The week is  winding down, and the weekend is so close we can almost smell it. This week may have been difficult for many – being a child of God does not mean life … Continue reading

The Freedom of Releasing Regrets

Have  a blessed Morning, may God’s grace be with you. I share with you a touching article by Amy Caroll regarding regrets. Let them go, hand them over to Jesus – so you may be free. Enjoy! -Apostolic Mommy & … Continue reading

Bible Verses for Your Marriage!

No marriage is perfect and free of arguments, disagreements or flaws. Yet through God’s word and time in prayer we find our marriages can be restored and renewed. In my marriage – I find the key is falling completely in love … Continue reading

It Can Be Hard to Love Difficult Peope

As a Teacher, I have been placed in many situations in which I am confronted with diverse characters and personalities (students/parents/staff). Some pleasant some not. Yet I am learning give kindness and encourage all, for all are creation of God … Continue reading

The Moment That Saved My Marriage

When I read this article it really hit home. Many of what is mentioned was given to me and my husband as words of counsel from my uncle, Pastor Steven Moran. As a wife, I need to remember to uplift … Continue reading


Her question caused me to reflect on the magnitude of God’s enduring love. I was able to respond to her the same way my heavenly Father responds to me, “There is nothing you can do that would make me stop loving you. I will always love you.” Continue reading

How Every Wife Can Fight Like a Warrior!

“Take … the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God. Pray always. Pray in the Spirit. Pray about everything in every way you know how!” Ephesians 6:17b-18 (VOICE) My littlest boy pattered down the stairs in the … Continue reading

A Last Name Says a Lot

More than just being a vehicle for our own personal joy and pleasure, or even for our own personal sanctification, our marriages are a picture to the watching world of the relationship that Christ has with his Bride, the Church (Ephesians 5:22–33). A name change is a way for us to symbolize that unified front, that unique bond. Continue reading

Seven Subtle Symptoms of Pride

“Pride will kill you. Forever. Pride is the sin most likely to keep you from crying out for a Savior. Those who think they are well will not look for a doctor.” Continue reading