The tears welled up as the dagger was stuck into my heart and twisted so deeply. The stereotypical comment was more than my bleeding heart could handle. In that moment, I contemplated never stepping foot in a church again.
Toxic people. We have to be discerning enough to recognize toxic people and bold enough to deal with them—whatever the cost.
“Good morning Gorgeous.” I could count on that text several mornings every single week for seven years.
It seems like a lifetime, and yet I remember it as if it was yesterday. So much happened in that moment of surrender, a moment that changed the entire trajectory of my life.
I don’t remember what the fight was about, but I do remember it was obviously my fault. At least that’s what he told me.
In the midst of unthinkable fear and pain, we choose one thing...
I've been under the weather this week, so I asked my sweet friend Denise Broadwater to guest post for me. Enjoy!! In marriage, like any other relationship, “to be or not to be, that is the question.” And regardless of what you hear from others walking around you at church or at work, we are… Continue reading To Be or Not To Be