It’s not religion but relationship. Sound familiar?
When it comes to relationship with Jesus there is a lot of talk on what that looks like, but somewhere along the way Jesus has gotten a bad name because of religion. So what does relationship with Jesus look like?
Ever since I was a little girl I’ve heard the words.. You’ve got your father’s eyes! But never once did I have to be told – I was daddy’s little girl. That was a known fact. There were times I’d even use that as an escape tactic. Like the time when I got sunburned so bad, and could barely move
GOD! Make me skinny NOW!
This sounds like an absurd request right! We’ll then you might be interested the article I wrote wrote for “Every Day Faith” – GROW Through What You GO Through! With a special song “Joy In The Morning” by my dear friend Kelly Elford!
I recently accepted the challenge to participate in a skydive event for AdearaRecovery Centre, an event I also have the privilege of speaking at. Adeara Recovery is changing communities by changing lives. With our help they continue to provide a safe residential long-term program for vulnerable women in crisis with their children. These women take a leap of faith every
They say a picture is worth a 1000 words, so prepare for sensory over load, (Thanks to Selah Reflecations) as I try to recap a few of the many highlights of my amazing trip to Quebec & Eastern Ontario. I began my time in Quebec, at the Women Of Vision Conference asking the question, How can we live a life of
My blog today is small and unassuming, but I believe will deliver a GIGANTIC BLOW! Do you ever have those days when you just can’t get out of your head? OR times when negative thoughts keep you awake at night? I’m guessing you know EXACTLY what I’m talking about! FEAR!! It comes in all shapes and sizes. Whether it’s fear about something
Hearts broke across Canada on Tuesday, February 19 when a refugee family who moved to Canada from Syria fell victim to a tragic house fire in Halifax. The fire killed seven refugee children and left their two parents hospitalized. Canadians across the country have been sending their condolences, and myself and the Going Farther Organization would like to do the same. We
What do I know about freedom? I’m in a wheelchair, and I have a past that SHOULD keep me trapped in feelings of unworthiness and shame. So in all respects, I should be feeling dejected and fearful, thinking that I’m defined by my past, and not worthy of a “happy ending.” It’s ironic really, because physically I have more limitations