For many years, I was a back-slidden Christian that knew Jesus, but had no clue how to live for Him. I was caught in the grip of addiction, abusive relationships, poverty and loaded down with all kinds of sin. I just kept trying to get good by going to church
When I got divorced my life begin to run faster deep into the wilderness of what would soon become my regret, yet my awakening. I never experienced drinking to the point of black out until after my divorce. Not only did I experience that but I did so on two
Tonight I am sitting here feeling like I am in my 20’s but I am actually in my 40’s. And for a moment I was telling myself that I need to stop feeling like I am 20 years old because “you are 42 years old Melissa.” And then quickly after
I think a reason why we hesitate to ask God certain questions is because we’re afraid of the answer…a “no” or even a “yes” can require hard things from us. It can ask us to change our lives in a way that’s so uncomfortable, so we question whether or not
An excerpt out of Calling All Workers “The Harvest Is Ripe, the Worker Is You!” by Michelle E. Caswell Get your copy on purelyhisministry.com, abooksmart.com, barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com or Evangel Bookstore. The more you realize how much you have truly been forgiven for, the deeper you will be able to love.
I used to feel Him all the time as a little girl, knowing He was with me wherever I went, even when I was in trouble and sent to my room. I used to make up songs to sing to Him and I could tell He really liked my singing!
One of my dear friends is going through a “rough patch” in her life and sent me a text asking for urgent prayer. The basic content of her situation is that she just returned from a trip to find a message that her job had ended abruptly. On top of
Surrender done right is not a one-time act, it’s a lifestyle. There is the initial time where you make the choice to go “all in” with the Lord and surrender anything you can think of, but then it’s important to continue in that manner and begin living a life of
Prior to our wedding night on December 16th, 2012 I had never made love. It was THE BEST night of my life! I had always thought that “making love” meant going slow, but that term was redefined for me that night. I was so…very, very wrong! One might assume that
I’ve heard it said many times before “us women have to wear so many hats.” Why don’t we change the word, hats to masks? Isn’t that what it really means anyways? I know that’s not how it’s taught, but isn’t that what we as women tend to do? Generally when