God blesses us every single day with multiple blessings. It is our job to see those blessings and be grateful for His unconditional love. Open your eyes to God’s goodness and recognize what He is doing in your life to serve others. He loves everyone without exception turn to Him and accept His love, grace, and mercy.
I am beginning to look at things differently. Material things, changing friendships, and things that me pulling me down and away from being Christlike. As I sit and look around at all the “things” I have bought to “fulfill” a void in me that sits and collects dust. Clutter and wasted money surround me. Things… Continue reading Purging-A purifying process.
As a gratitude coach, I constantly look at ways of explaining gratitude and how to use it. I feel if I can find simple analogies that maybe it will help others understand gratitude and how it can change their lives. I was reflecting this morning about how many times a day I use a cushion… Continue reading Gratitude as a Cushion in Life
As I sat at MD Anderson with my mom, waiting for scans and doctor appointments, I noticed many people surrounded me. My mom is here for a 3-year melanoma follow-up, and we pray we get the “all clear” report today. MD Anderson is a hectic and bustling place. Everyone that works here has a smile… Continue reading The Many Faces of Cancer
I remember being a small child and watching the television cartoon movie “Winnie the Pooh”. I loved the soft pastel colors the animators used to color the movie. They were comforting colors. Colors of peace, relaxation, and calmness. The characters were so diverse, yet simple. I, of course, didn’t recognize this at an early age.… Continue reading Our Faith as a Winnie the Pooh Character
I was reflecting the other day on how many people tell me what they are grateful for. It only makes sense because my whole ministry is based on practicing gratitude. As I reflected on how many people when asked to list what they are grateful for gave me the same answers. My family, God, my… Continue reading Intentional Gratitude