Keep Going

No matter what comes at you, keep going. Don’t give up!

2 Chronicles 15:7 tells us, “But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.”

It’s not over until God says that it is over!

We still have work to do.

There are still people that need to hear the message of Christ. 

There are still people who need to know His love! 

We need to keep going! 

We need to keep sharing the Gospel!

We need to keep walking in love! 

We need to keep praising God! 

No matter how you feel today, keep going! 

God is right there, walking you through every situation. 

Is Imposter Syndrome Keeping You From Your God-Given Calling?

God Can Use You!

Is imposter syndrome keeping you from your God-given calling?

The Bible says, “Through Christ, you are made qualified!”

Stop letting thoughts like “I’m too young or too old” keep you from your destiny. The Bible shows us that God can use you no matter your age! For example, David was just a boy when he went up against a giant (1 Samuel 17:33), and yet God used him to be victorious against the Philistines (1 Samuel 17:50-54).

Stop letting insecurities like “I’ve sinned too much” stop you from walking in God’s power. The Bible shows us that God can use you no matter what you’ve done in your past! For example, Paul was a murderer (Acts 22:4); he persecuted and killed thousands of Christians! But God appeared to him (Acts 9:1-19) and used him to spread The Gospel over many nations, and to this day, the letters he wrote leading from the Holy Spirit are read and leading people to Christ all over the world.

Stop letting thoughts like “I don’t have any abilities” from acting on God’s plans! The Bible shows us that God can use us no matter our abilities, resources, or background! For example, Esther was just an ordinary orphan girl (Esther 2:7), but God used her to save an entire nation of the Jewish people (Esther 8)!

When you accepted Christ as your savior, He made you qualified for God to work in your life! So stop letting imposter syndrome keep you from sharing God’s love and experiencing it yourself!


January often feels like a “fresh new start.” 

A fresh mindset has the power to stir us up and ignite change! So spend this time setting goals for 2022, start hobbies that you’ve abandoned, meet new friends, build relationships/friendships, volunteer at your home church… shake off the “I don’t have time” mindset.  

Write down goals, challenge yourself this year to be the complete person God has called you to be. You deserve rest, happiness, good challenges, and fullness! 

I believe the new year will have health, love, and prosperity. Happy 2022!

Why do we celebrate Christmas?

Christmas is one of my favorite holidays. This week is precious to me because it not only marks the moment when Jesus arrived earthside and changed the world, but it also reminds us of new birth and opportunity.
So, I wanted to hop on here really quick and wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Let us not forget why we celebrate Christmas. Jesus is who, what, and why we celebrate!
I hope you all have a fantastic week of food, presents, family, and friends gathering. And amid all this joy, remember why He came. Let the meaning of Christmas wrap your heart in love as you go about your holiday. He came for YOU.
In Luke 2:11, says, “Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.” 
Your best days are yet to come! Merry Christmas!

He has more for YOU!

God’s Plan will always be best.   

When we are in turmoil or under stress, it is hard to remember God has our best interest in mind.

His plans for you are bigger than your dreams! When you’re wondering, “What’s next?”, “Why now?” or “Why this?”, remember His Plan exceeds our own.  

John 13:7 says, “Jesus replied, “you don’t understand what I am doing but someday you will.”

You are in good hands. He has more for you.