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I don’t know where the practice emerged but when I was young, whenever I was experiencing sadness or disappointment, or I just wasn’t feeling myself, I dressed up to go to school. Basically, I would wear a dress, or do my hair differently, essentially wore something to look as though I was prepared for picture day. Because kids notice everything,…
No matter what symptoms we present, He remains the same God, who hears us.
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I believe that “things hit differently” depending upon the state of being you are operating in.
One of my favorite songs for about the last year is, “You Are My Strength.”
So y’all, my office has one of these fancy glass dry erase boards atop our conference room table.
Long Post Alert. I had the pleasure of sharing a few thoughts on a prayer line earlier in the week. There were numerous technical difficulties and interruptions that emerged, likened unto the topic I was speaking about, wellness. Please check out my latest blog, from that conversation entitled, “When God Makes You White, To Make You Well.” I pray it…
About six years ago, I developed a gluten allergy. Lawd, talk about disappointing.
I’ve been joking with several people about the month of January showing itself as problematic.