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The Unknown

Have you ever felt like you do not know what is going to happen? It is human nature to ponder this question with a sense of uncertainty. I have asked myself this question many times over the course of my life. For example, it can be a scary moment when you receive a doctor’s report […]

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Breaking Free From Anxiety

The root of anxiety is fear. When life throws us curve balls our bodies can respond with a healthy dose of anxiety, flight or flight response to avoid danger; however, when we obsess and remain in a chronic state of being anxious, we are causing more spiritual, mental, and bodily harm. Our powerful mind can […]

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A Season of Stillness

Life as a stay at home mom is hard work. As I write this, my son is currently hugging my neck a little too tightly while making fart noises on my cheeks. I must say that it is rather cute but I find it annoying trying to focus. As usual, life consists mostly of multi-tasking […]

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Lessons from the Road

Lately, I have been traveling on the road more than usual for Praying Moms for Christ events. The interstate that takes me to the Navajo Indian Reservation starts in the desert of Phoenix. I travel through the mountains of Flagstaff, and through the flat land between Winslow and Holbrook, AZ. After another 45 minutes of […]

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Relying on the Holy Spirit

I can handle dishes, grocery shopping, and taking my son out to play, and cooking dinner, and house cleaning. It’s all a part of being a mom and I enjoy getting tasks done. Despite doing all these great things for my husband and baby, I have gone to bed and woke up feeling unfulfilled. Let […]

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From a Hostage to an Heiress

There were mornings when I did not want to wake up. I would rather lay in bed and cry tears of disappointment because that was much easier. Depression is such a sneaky and manipulative spirit. Depression feels like your being held hostage. Although you want to escape the feeling of being weighed down, you worry […]

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Matters of the Heart

I will always remember what dad told me about 10 years ago. He said, “I’ve had broken bones, fell off a roof, and been in a car accident, but nothing hurts like a broken heart”. Those words have stuck with me. I interpreted it as the pain of broken bones is temporary and will eventually […]

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Vessels of Precious Treasure

This month I had the pleasure of speaking at a women’s group called Kate’s Cup at North Ridge Community Church in Cave Creek, AZ. The night before, I went into prayer. While listening to some¬†intercession music¬†, I got on my knees to pray. After a few minutes, I raised my hands and in a sincere […]

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When There Is Opposition

Opposition is defined as resistance in action such as hostility, rejection, criticism, or disapproval. In 2 Timothy 3:11, Paul writes a letter to Timothy about persecutions and afflictions he [Paul] endured. Paul wrote, “But out of them all the Lord delivered me”. If anyone in the bible would know about opposition it is this man, […]

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A New Family Tree

One of the first things that stood out to me after having my firstborn son was his dimples. The deep dimples in his cheeks reminded me of my father’s mom. Shortly, after we brought him home he would make facial expressions that looks like my mother in-law. When he turned a few months old looked […]

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