• Fight


    The Eagle does not fight the snake on the ground. It picks it up into the sky and changes the battleground, and then it releases the snake into the sky. The snake has no stamina, no power, and no balance in the air. It is useless, weak, and vulnerable unlike on the ground where it …

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  • This is Goodbye

    This is Goodbye

    One of the most difficult weeks and life events experienced this week in probably seven years or more. Raw grief leaving me on my knees, gutted, speechless, numb and at times in complete disbelief. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to …

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  • Take Shelter

    Take Shelter

    Young King David inspires me most when he races to the battlefield with no armor, no sword, no army ready to fight beside him. Armed with a sling and a stone he defeats Goliath then takes the sword of the defeated enemy and decapitates him. From insult to injury … Goliath insulted our Lord and …

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  • Prove It

    Prove It

    Seven years ago today and I continue to sing PRAISES to God as I received the final lab result (Onco Type) from the breast cancer removed from my body February 12, 2015. My results were low, meaning I would not benefit from having any chemo. PROVE IT! Final answers and miracles received: After a bilateral …

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  • February Reflections

    February Reflections

    December of 2014 I received a diagnosis that would forever change my life, the life of my three young boys, the lives of sisters and friends as it relates to me. The call from my doctor would confirm, “It’s cancer.” February is a beautiful month, not because it is Valentine’s Day on the 14th, but …

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  • Who Will Love Me Now?

    Who Will Love Me Now?

    “Who will love me now?” This was my mindset after first thinking, “Who will raise my boys?” This day, 2015 – Bilateral mastectomy eradicating the DCIS in my body. No family history and BRCA negative. Self checks caught it early. Friends and family, as a single women with three boys at the time, I could …

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  • One Fake Pill – Silenced Forever

    One Fake Pill – Silenced Forever

    Our dear friend, Becky Schulze Stewart lost her youngest son, Cameron at 19 to Fentanyl poisoning. His young life was silenced by a fake pill, just ONE. Cameron’s family is forever changed and they are driven to educate with every hope to save lives. In her post on social media, Becky writes, “It’s hard to …

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