Where Will Your Pain Lead You?

Grief marked by death is a transitional process. We can’t stay where we begin; we are meant to move toward what’s next. The last four years of my life have been more difficult than I could have imagined one could endure. Sixteen months ago when my mom died, I didn’t think my heart would ever reawaken to the goodness of God. Suddenly, I came to...

Is it Really Possible to Find Grit Inside Grief?

I haven’t written in this space for months. I started blogging six years ago, and in that time I’ve never gone more than a week or so without writing. However, this season of my grief is unlike any other and sometimes one is forced to process more than they should, which means pushing away the familiar to gain new perspective. I had a...

The Emotional Bridge Between Broken and Whole

I originally published this Post April 20, 2015. It's amazing how God uses words He gave me long ago, through other situations, to encourage me inside current circumstances. Facebook notified me about this post through a memory. When I read it, I felt compelled to share it again. If you've never read this before and have difficulty filtering...

What I Never Thought to Pray…

I’m broken. Believe me when I tell you I did not want to start this article with those two words, but all evidence proves what I hate to admit: my heart is cracked wide open giving glimpses of who I was, who I am now, and who I’m becoming. Pain is spilling everywhere. I don’t want you to think I cry every single moment of the day, because I...

To All The Christians Taking Antidepressants

I realize this post might be controversial to many. Believe me, it’s not one I ever thought I would write. I’m prepared for social media unfollowers as well as an onslaught of unsubscribers on my blog. I’m okay with that. I write my heart. Most of you know, but just in case you don’t, I’m living wide awake through the nightmare of loss. First...

One Question that Should Keep Us Awake at Night

Since January, I’ve been reading the book of Hebrews. Over and over again I read words from an unknown author who was willing to be used by the Holy Spirit to give life in the form of breathing, black and white words. Each sentence speaks to me. The book was probably written sometime around A.D. 64 and, yet, every time I read it I find...

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My name is Jennifer. I love to teach women how to activate their life’s purpose through the study of Scripture. I promise that the more time you spend in the Word, God WILL speak to you and guide you to your purpose!

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for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness,
that the man of God may be complete,
thoroughly equipped for every good work.

2 Timothy 3:16-17

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