But It Hurts


My step aerobics instructor is in incredible. Not only did she commit to teach the class at our church twice a week, as a volunteer, but she has transformed the “just step aerobics” into a full … [Read more...]

A Sword Was Brought

girl with sword

Te amo. Ti amo. Je t’aime. Ich liebe dich.  Aloha wau ia ‘oe.  Wo ie ni.  Every language has a way to express the words we all long to hear:  I love you.  Whether it’s coming from our … [Read more...]

All Churched Out

holy ghost by annie lee

Picture this: the Bible belt, early Sunday morning.  You’ve been up since the crack of dawn because your toddler wanted grits and milk well before 6am.  Soon after the grits ended up smeared all … [Read more...]

Broken Not Dead


My twin brother has always been the more adventurous one. He’s the one that can light up a room with his witty jokes and Southern charm.  It was pretty obvious that he needed a career that … [Read more...]

Sweep Around Our Own Front Door: Part II

Sweep Around Our Own Front Door

Now, if you read Part I and you’re thinking it doesn’t apply to you, you may want to reconsider. The moral of this story applies to everyone, including me.  Let’s continue with a brief … [Read more...]

Grits Ain’t Groceries


Being born and raised in Mississippi I was destined to become a fan of the Blues.  The Blues genre is legendary for narrating the heartbreaking, love seeking, fun loving tales of everyday people.  … [Read more...]

Sweep Around Our Own Front Door: Part 1

praying hands in cleaning gloves

A songwriter once penned the lyrics, “Nobody told me the road would be easy, but I don’t believe He brought me this far to leave me.”  Deciding to follow Christ has by far been the best … [Read more...]