Tag Archives: persecution

June 07, 2017

When I first wanted to start a writing and speaking ministry, an acquaintance of mine adamantly insisted that I would be out of God’s will. He quoted 1 Timothy 2:12, and said women were not allowed to even talk in church. This man loved the […]

September 08, 2015

Several years ago, I had a misunderstanding with a dear friend. Even though I didn’t want it to, this experience resulted in the end of this cherished, twenty-year friendship. In the days that followed, God taught me two good reasons to forgive. Perhaps these will speak to […]

August 18, 2015

Ever since you were small, someone has been telling you what you can’t do. Your mother told you that you couldn’t walk down the middle of the street; your father told you that you couldn’t ride your bike without reflectors, and your teachers told you […]

May 22, 2015

When I first starting sharing about Christ through writing and speaking, I was too naïve to know that I would be living between two relational bookends: one that would bring me pain, and one that would bring me joy. This week, I was reminded of […]


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