Hurricane’s can’t take anything

I had a dream two nights ago where I was in the passenger seat and Daddy God was driving. We spoke to the coming hurricane together in a soft whisper, "peace be still" and declared calm over the raging waters. When I woke up I had incredible comfort knowing my Father in heaven trusts me …

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What church doesn’t get about Jezebel

When I use my own story as an example of what Daddy has brought me through, it should be that story that others hear without being offended, after all it is my testimony, not something everyone has to agree with.  The depictions of the Jezebel spirit that I have heard preached from pulpits however, are …

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Everyone eventually leaves

I have always joked that I am my own worst enemy. I hear a lot of people chime in with agreement of that statement, especially if they are able to get in touch with their emotions. I'm certain that those who have spent years of dissociating, have foundational reasons for covering up their feelings, it …

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Don’t let me flatline

Process is synonymous with family. What God did for you becomes my prophecy. I can use your testimony to speak hope into my circumstance. Revelation without application leaves it in frustration. Apply it to your life. Practical way to birth a promise. Trust something different. You be you and I'll be me and I'll be …

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Full circle reunion after recluse bite.

When I was told I couldn't take a teenager to the hospital for liability reasons, I looked at the Pastor with question and left the church with the girl as my responsibility.  I had to get over the shock of protocol that usurped "healing" to be made possible, even if it was through the hands …

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Savannah and its fall of Scott Waldrup

It is gut wrenching to know that gang life is on the rise on such a small populated city where hospitality is the major source for jobs.  We lost one of our own, Scott Waldrup who was 30 years old, to a violent crime of gang initiation in downtown Savannah.  With all the hype being …

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“TAMMY” & Blowing up some fireworks

Sarcasm has become my coping strategy here in the South as I have tried to make sense of the Bible Belt having the highest rate of addiction that I have ever witnessed. I'm wondering if Northern states just don't have the cray cray of homeless addicts that the low country does, simply because it is …

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Are we the Walking Dead?

Prophecy abounds today through social media and the news without anybody thinking twice about it's validity.  I watch movies from a spiritual standpoint and cannot help getting over-zealous about all the messages warning people of the coming times.  In the 80's we had numerous movies shoot footage of the twin towers being destroyed and now …

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Dumbfounded

How is it that the most remedial writing, the least profound statement or sentence, gets a hundred likes on social media? It insults my intelligence, seriously.  The minute anything real or deep is posted, the masses suddenly fall off the bandwagon. I'm told to go to writers conferences or get a degree in journalism just …

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