Soul Butter Station vol. 1 (Deliver Me-This is my Exodus)

Although taste varies from person to person, I’ve yet to meet somebody whose life has not been cataclysmically changed by an encounter with a lyric and/or melody, that wiggled its way into their soul. In fact, some musical masterpieces wake us up like the smell of a grandma’s kitchen, as she bakes homemade buttermilk biscuits, on a Saturday morning. Read More

What I’m learning from Angry Birds, public outbursts, and church people

My initial reaction was nausea… then the nausea was followed by deep sorrow…. My heart hurt for this young man. I’m almost sure that he was completely blind-sighted by the backlash caused by his shirt. I’m positive that all he wanted to do was share the gospel. Instead, he was tar and feathered by two bitter crows. Read More

Who & what are you commited to becoming?

Some questions rightfully deserve an answer…. This is one of them. – There is no need to allow others to dictate your outcome in life when you hold the key to setting your own course. – Set aside a time, today, to gain clarity over who and what you are becoming. – Ask yourself, “What… Read More

The best thing that you can work on today is….

– Each day presents us with 24 hours. – How we chose to invest the time allotted to us is completely up to us. – With so many things competing for our attention, it is important to remember to invest in ourselves. – There is no one more more qualified to help you fulfill your… Read More

4 things I learned from my Facebook purge

I must shamelessly tell you that I am a social media junkie. I regularly lose track of time while scrolling down my FB newsfeed and have been called a “social-media-addict” by many. Nevertheless, I have found social media to be a creative outlet where I can express myself freely. I use it as a platform to inspire others, bring encouragement, spread laughter, and give hope to the hurting. Read More

Don’t sit on the cactus

You are in control of what life hands you. –You may have not received the best news, but you don’t have to let the news define you. –Your life might be facing darkness, but darkness is powerless to the light–My prayer is that you would have the confidence to know that God can and will empower you… Read More

The day when I had to choose between God and the girl

I was aware of her traumatic childhood. I was also aware of how it had impacted her life. Her father was extremely abusive to her mother and to the family. In fact, she bore a small scar near her eye from a brick that her father had flung at her when she was little. Her experiences caused her to be abrasive in her interactions at times. She could be distrusting of people and it took a while to gain her trust. Read More