Facing the Cliff

Are there things in front of you that look scared, that has you thinking if you attempt to overcome you will not make it and even work, have something bad happen? We all have at some point, but who wants to stay in that place? Read First Lady Trina’s story about overcoming her fear.

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Tylunda Greene
Unstoppable Purpose

Have you ever had days when you honestly just didn’t want to be an adult?  The days when it felt like those around you just didn’t get what you were going through? 

 

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Tylunda Greene
Unstoppable

Now don't get me wrong.  I love my life, and I am so grateful to God for loving me the way He does and bestowing on me all these wonderful blessings.  But I have to confess that these months have been some of the most trying.

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Tylunda Greene
Self Worth

I opened the envelope only to find 2 pennies inside which defined my worth for over 20 years.  As a matter of fact, I was in the negative.  I piled on false images to hide who I thought I was and proceeded with life assuming that was my story forever.  

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Tylunda Greene
Your Journey

It feels like we have talked about grace forever, but when talking about God’s grace, we could spend a lifetime on that subject. So the reality is, no matter what angle we come from, God’s grace will always be a part of the discussion.

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Tylunda Greene
It Is Finished

This morning the words “it is finished” bombarded my heart and flooded me with an overwhelming sense of gratefulness. Around this time every year, we hear these poignant words.  This phrase is only found in the Gospel of John, and today I discovered that translated this phrase means “paid in full.”  

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Tylunda Greene
Grace Journey

We often say that something is not “fair” when it does not go our way.  However, when we are receiving things we do not deserve, we consider those times to be blessings.  If we are honest with ourselves, we all at some point or another are guilty of this reaction.  How do we handle life when our sovereign God takes us on a path that presents more days of tears than laughter.  Where is the grace to help us to sustain our journey? 

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Tylunda Greene
Life Recalibrated

I have this crazy fantasy, I belive that all little girls dream of their wedding day, well maybe not all, but many.  At 14 years old we have already promised our best friend the Maid of Honor position, we have chosen some wild colors, and we’ve even picked out our future husband.  In that planning, we never factored in the possibility of our husband coming home and telling us that he does not want to be married anymore.  When our fantasty becomes our reality but our reailty is a nightmare what do we do next? We only planned for the wedding, not the divorce now what?

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Tylunda Greene
Hope Deferred

Sometimes life seems so unfair, especially when we are doing our very best to please God. The mistakes and choices from the past sometimes appear to choke the very idea of a better future.  Circumstances that seem never to change convince us that there’s no point in hoping for something better. However, if we stay the course and assign the events of our lives to God’s time instead our own, there’s never room for impossible.

 This feeling is magnified when it comes to our children. As mothers, our very heartbeat is in cadence with our kids. We want nothing less than the best for them and with every heartbreak they experience, it chips away at the core of who we are, propelling us to a position of action. However, what do we do when the disappointment is caused by the very DNA that is a part of their existence? What do we do when the rejection they feel is based on a choice we made?

 

 

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Tylunda Greene
20/20

The phrase “hindsight is 20/20” rings true for all of us at some point.  It explains that why we look back at a period of our lives or circumstance with a depth of clarity that we didn’t possess before.  We look back through a clearer lens, understanding that what we deserved in consequences, we didn’t get.  We see that our behavior warranted us to be counted out and dismissed from a life of purpose, but somehow we are currently experiencing another chance. 

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Tylunda Greene
Grace Through the Storm

Have you ever experienced a period or season of life where you felt like everything that you never wanted to happen, happened?  I mean the rain not only poured but your roof all of a sudden had a new hole in it over your bedroom.  There have been times that we’ve considered that we must have done something really terrible, and God has to be mad at us!

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Endia Leonard
Happy Ever After (Not Always!)

There are some things we’ve known to happen to others but never desire or imagine that it would become a part of our story. For those who’ve had the opportunity to say “I do until death does us part,” never know when the death part will arrive.  We somehow fantasize and hope for a “forever” will never come to an end. Life’s tendency is to interrupt our fairytale and, unfortunately, requires us to say goodbye – often abruptly and always before we’re ready.

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Endia Leonard
Restoring Grace

There are so many resources available to women who are trying to live a pure life. Everywhere you turn, there’s blogs, books, or posts on social media that reminds us of what we stand for as women of God.  Even with all that, how many of you can join with me and admit that more times than we would like to admit, we get it wrong! 

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Tylunda Greene
Amazing Grace!

Do you believe that God’s love can change the direction of your life no matter the situation? The answer is yes! God’s grace is always bigger than our mistakes. His grace is clothed in love and redemption.

Schemeka Bowrin's story is just another example of that amazing grace

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Tylunda Greene
Remade by Grace

Since the fall of man, all of humanity has been in desperate need of grace that would somehow reach down into its broken state and offer a second chance.  A chance for creation to be restored into intimacy with its Creator.

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Endia Leonard