The Closed Door

“The Lord gave him physical recovery through food and sleep, and after that a fresh new mission.” If you haven’t read my previous blog, it might help you if you’re tired and exhausted. Today marks for me a closure of a season that was—sudden ad hoc projects that kept extending indefinitely or giving birth to…

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Just Write (Part 2)

The other day, I was blessed with an opportunity to talk about one of my first loves—writing. I’m not in any way a professional writer. I didn’t even have comms-related courses in college! But I remembered that even way back in grade school, I would submit anonymous entries to the school paper; no, not articles,…

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#Noah1withtheForce

It was a no-brainer. If it weren’t Star Wars, what would it be? Talking about our dear Chadric Noah’s first birthday gathering from years back. If you’re wanting to do a simple yet meaningful celebration for your child’s first birthday (after all this quarantine is over…), I hope this post helps. ?

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I have plenty because I have little.

I came across the story of a widow who was in desperate lack financially that her late husband’s creditor was about to collect her two sons as payment for their debt. I couldn’t imagine the stress! But she got out of this situation, miraculously, after she brought her concern to God and did what He…

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2019: A Year of Growth

How old are you? When I ask people to guess the answer they would say I’m in my late 20s. A week ago, the best guess was thirty four (I was turning thirty five). 2019 has been a year of growth in so many areas, so much #adulting and stretching than in previous years combined.…

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