Beginning Lent – Living Daily In Prayer

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner. Also known as the Jesus Prayer or Prayer of the Heart in the Eastern Orthodox tradition. The prayer is used as a meditative prayer to address the 1 Thessalonians 5:17. In many ways it’s a teaching tool to continually have the heart and … Continue reading Beginning Lent – Living Daily In Prayer

Spiritual Drought In Christianity

I never imagined when I was a child I would be going through this again. Having this battle in my mind and heart. I had gone through this spiritual drought and crisis in my twenties. And here we are again in my late thirties experiencing it again. After losing our children six months later we … Continue reading Spiritual Drought In Christianity

The Church – When Will Men Ever Learn Women Are To Be Silent

This is what happens when we take Fathers away from our children. Women invade our churches and force feminization of everything we know to be true out God, the Father the Almighty. Essentially when we look at this it is the church modifying the word of God. God made Adam in his image and Eve … Continue reading The Church – When Will Men Ever Learn Women Are To Be Silent

Grace Can Not Be Bestowed By Sinful Man

So Michael Sebastian published an article yesterday that I thought I would talk about. I think it is important to talk about because when we look at our churches and the culture we live in we see a religious desert across the country. Because of this millennials, many who have never seen the inside of … Continue reading Grace Can Not Be Bestowed By Sinful Man

A Soft Patriarchy and Accountability

Good Afternoon, So what makes a successful marriage?  We have seen often our grandparents stay together for over 30 + years yet we are just happy if we get to the five year mark. Why is it we cannot seem to get it together?  As step-moms we live in the world with another women even … Continue reading A Soft Patriarchy and Accountability