Empty-handed

The book of Exodus, as the name implies, is about a great journey the children of Israel took to get from Egypt to the Promised Land. But it’s so much more than that. It’s more about relationship, the relationship between a holy, loving Father and His people, whom he just redeemed from slavery. They have […]

Obedience Brings Rest

Did you know that obedience brings rest? When the children of Israel were wandering in the desert, they got hungry and complained. God heard them and answered in the form of manna. Wouldn’t you love to try manna! Even the receiving of manna was a test. Exodus 16:4 “Then the Lord said to Moses, “I […]

My Daughter’s Favorite Book

Tweet My daughter Chelsea asked me to write a fairy book and that’s how the fairy tale series, The Lands of Elohan came to be. Of course, she says they are her favorite books. But the other day, she said something that made me overjoyed. Gypsy Duke is her next favorite, and not, she said, […]

God is Relational

Tweet Let’s get real about some things. Oh my gosh, I feel stupid for even saying that. You will never fully understand how ridiculous I find it that people want to know what I think about God. I mean, I’m just me. Surely, they can see, I’m just me. On the other hand, I have […]

Woman, Know Your Place

Women’s Conference Jesus was a revolutionary. Get a revolutionary revelation of your worth. Be prepared to change everything you know about a woman’s position in the kingdom of God by examining Scripture in the Greek and Hebrew with teacher Felicia Mires. Minister Sharlene Rhone, First Lady of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church will speak about mantles. […]

The Pure Joy of Trials

Tweet Unless God tells me to read something specific for that day, I usually just read straight through the bible. I got to the book of James this week, and it really struck me. I put it on my list of topics to study in the original language. There are so many things on my […]