World IBD Day is observed each year on May 19 in order to raise awareness for inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, and to show support for the millions of people worldwide (including the 1.6 million Americans) that suffer daily with these these diseases. I know firsthand the seriousness and severity of […]
Read More My Story: World IBD Day
It was such an honor to be interviewed by Gabriela Yareliz of Modern Witnesses, a public forum and ministry representing the modern Christian woman. Gabriela is amazing and has created such a powerful and inspirational space for women to openly tell their stories, share their faith, their struggles and their triumphs and to bring about […]
Read More My Story: Modern Witnesses
*Original story, “Too Young to Die?” written January 15, 2017. **Edited and published January 15, 2018. Interestingly as I begin to draft this piece of my story, it is the day before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, only now it is 8 years later (2017).** The number “8” in scripture relates to new beginnings, and this […]
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My soul beams with gladness in the presence of my Savior. He has done marvelous things… more than I can truly comprehend. He is beyond what we can ever imagine. His mere presence brings light and healing and truth. My soul is transformed by the light that extends from his face. He shines goodness […]
Read More It is well.
Your beauty envelops me. It hovers over me like a canopy of colors never seen. Beams and rays of sweet light surround me as I sit with you… and it brings healing to my soul. Oh Jesus, there’s just so much more to you than I know. This glimpse is good but it leaves me wanting more. […]
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