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In Faith, Lifestyle on
September 7, 2016

2016 Created 2 Be Conference

The 2016 Created 2 Be Conference is less than 2 months away and the excitement is building!!

Life can be confusing and we all seek to find answers. The Created 2 Be Conference is a dynamic two-day experience to help you navigate through life with the help and fellowship of like-minded individuals. Be sure to save the dates of October 21 & 22, 2016 so we can personally spoil you while you experience our amazing speakers, featuring world renowned motivational speaker, Marcus Gill and outstanding worship concert led by Christian recording artist, Jeff Walthall.  Join us with an expectation to be loved, embraced, pampered, strengthened, uplifted, and to laugh. Our prayer for the Conference is that we all will be more fully awakened and receptive to God’s incredible love, that we will experience His presence more deeply and intimately, and that we will allow His Holy Spirit to quicken us to understand our value and purpose.

May you fully realize the impact and influence you have on your family, community, and personally experience His joy and strength.  We can’t wait to see you at this life-changing weekend.

Please be aware that we offer special rates for groups of 10 or more. For vendor or sponsorship opportunities visit our site for more information on how you can be a part of this life changing weekend or to attend

You can register by clicking on the link below!

Can’t wait to see you there!
In Lifestyle on
August 22, 2016

Book Release Announcement

I’m honestly at a loss for words in a lot of ways.  It is hard to believe that I finally made it to this point after all these years.  God has been so good me.  The psalmist was correct when they said that 10,000 tongues was an insufficient number to adequately praise Him enough for His goodness to us all.  The Defined by Grace Devotional and A Christian Guide to Divorce God’s Way are such a beautiful reflection of His grace, healing, and love at work in my life.  If you are ever doubtful of God’s faithfulness in your own life, please use mine as a barometer to serve as a reminder that He is indeed faithful.  After spending years spinning my wheels, I’m finally walking in a purpose that feeds the depths of my soul that is unexplainable in a way that gives my life joy & meaning.  Every day I wake up to new opportunities engulfed in His infinite mercy that enables me to truly walk out His will for my life.   My life is not perfect and feel like my life has just begun.  The remarkable thing about the last couple of years is that I feel like I’ve been given a new set of lungs and it feels good to finally breath again 😉

In Lifestyle, Relationships on
May 24, 2015

My Heart Finally Grew Up

If I had a dollar for every time I heard how different I looked in the last six months, I’d be on my way to being a solid millionairefollow. I usually reply with thanks or I’m just happy. While it’s much deeper than that, I go with it for the sake of time. I had a friend text me, who’s not even on social media, after she was shown a recent picture of me. She said I looked radiant. I honestly can’t take any credit, I refuse to. If I had enough time to tell you in words how much junk has been cleared from depths of my soul, then maybe you would understand my reluctance. We go through life as human trash cans, absolutely accepting every bit of the filth and garbage that life’s circumstances or negativity can throw our way. We then spend our lives trying to maneuver our way out the bottom of the barrel or remove the stench from its damage. Our hearts are absolutely clouded with residue and incapable of embracing the joys of life because in a lot of ways we’ve gotten comfortable living in garbage. I share my experience because my life has been an example of all that grace isn’t and is. I’m not perfect by any means these days, but I live free, open to life’s ups and downs, and with confidence in who I’m called to be. I’m fresh out of apologizing for it. As long as our hearts remain a landfill, we remain void of any potential for good to come our way. I spent many years struggling to shake the immaturity that came with a garbage heart. The simplest way I can put what has happened to me in the last year, is that my heart finally grew up!