Allow a place to fill your soul with pure happiness.

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There are so many things in life that take us away from our happiness. Happiness is our God-given right. It is not for sale and we must not lose sight of it. Happiness is the feeling that comes over you when your soul is content. It can often be associated with a specific place. A place that resonates with you and speaks to your soul. …


My faith inspires me daily.

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When I was younger, just a few years ago, I felt angry at the life choices I had made. I suddenly longed to have a home with children and a husband. I was resentful at my own ways, ways that led me away from being a mother and wife. My soul yearned to have a family of my own. I was blinded by the lies my soul was telling me — that without a husband and children I was not complete. I let myself believe the lies that I was worthless without a husband and…


Having your faith ripped from within you is worse than death.

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I want to share my own grief with you. A grief that has come upon me very recently, as a result of others trying to steal my faithful religious beliefs and ways. After several tragic accidents, I found myself physically battling disability — as well as recovering from brain injury, along with which came depression, anxiety, rage and even a suicide attempt. Shortly after my failed suicide attempt, my soul was saved. I had Jesus to thank for saving my soul. Raised in a non-religious home, faith was foreign…


I am done hiding my Christianity just to please haters.

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The biggest regret I have in my life so far is to have not been raised religious. It’s fair to say that, as a child, I didn’t have much control over my upbringing — so I can’t really blame myself to much. So perhaps my regret is not finding my religious path much sooner in life. I am now in my late thirties and I found the meaning to my life over a year ago. When I allowed Jesus Christ into my heart, I allowed the love of Christianity to…


The lockdown taught me how to live.

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On a Monday afternoon at 2pm, my employer told me and the thousands of other employees within our organization to pack-up our laptops and essential files, grab anything we may need from the office — and prepare to work at home for an uncertain amount of time. That was sixty-two days ago. I’ve been working from home for over two months now. Yes, I am one of the very fortunate folks to still have a job. Just because I still have my regular paycheque, doesn’t mean that I didn’t have to spend loads…


Remember to follow the light of faith, no matter what.

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Why is it so hard nowadays to identify as a Christian woman — or any woman of faith, really? Why must we be so afraid of shouting from the rooftops our undying love for God? Why do we hide our Bibles and scriptures in lonely and dark drawers? Why are we ashamed to preach love? Why do we not help our fellow human by speaking wisdom that is written on holy pages?

I have turned my life over to faith. After many life-changing medical battles, I found myself lost. I…


You don’t know me, but you are with me.

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Faith has allowed me to see the world in a new way. The true beauty is that faith has allowed me to view people in a new way. Before turning to Christianity and faith, I found myself alone. Now, I find myself surrounded by love — even when I am physically in the presence of no one else. Because I know that the love that has been instilled within me by God — is the the same love that is within you. Therefore you and I share something so incredibly powerful…


Faith is quenching my fear, depression and anxiety.

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I am a survivor. I have survived numerous horrific accidents. Accidents that should have by all accounts left me dead. Instead, they left my body mangled and my brain concussed. I have spent nearly four years now battling my way through physical disability and back-to-back traumatic brain injuries. My brain injuries changed the very core of who I am. I went from being a bubbly, outgoing and confident young woman to an explosively angry and depressed woman who cries herself to sleep. The physical pain I have gone through is truly astounding…


Keeping sane while caring for aging parents.

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Being a caregiver for our parents is hard. There’s no way to explain how all-encompassing and all-consuming caring for our elderly parents is. When you think about it, when we kids become caregivers for our parents — we become the parents. Parenting our parent, when you look at it from afar, is unnatural. It feels like something is off and not right. It feels wrong and foreign. It feels painful almost. The reality is that, even as adults ourselves, we are STILL the child of our parent — we always will be. We…

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I don’t mind labels, when they apply to me. Here are my labels: Daughter. Dog Mom. Patriot.

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