Will the Real Me Please Stand?
“I am doing just fine.” I blurted. I lied to myself; I thought if I wanted the words to be true and then spoke them aloud to my concerned friend, I might convince my
Father’s Day 2018 is here. Many of us have mixed emotions – either because of disconnect, distance or death, we might not be looking forward to what today’s celebration brings. We don’t feel much like celebrating – we miss our
Who’s your hero? All my life I’ve looked up to people I thought were doing important things. As a five-year-old, I read Sleeping Beauty, loved Princess Aurora’s happy ending. I imagined myself being rescued by handsome Prince Philip. Influenced by the
“How could church people be so mean?” I thought to myself. Just a few hours earlier, my pastor- husband had been told to turn in his resignation. Now, I was the sole supporter of our little family of four with
Do you know who you are? You might say, of course, I am (your name). I work (your employment). I am single, married to (your spouse’s name) and I have (number of children or pets). But these are roles you
What’s Your Name?
“Becky, Kathy, Casper, Ginger, oh whatever your name is…” mom’s voice was shrill and exasperated by the time she went through the list of names in our household. She was adamant and
I remember a few years ago I overheard my preschool son tell his sister, my elementary aged daughter, “You are not the boss of me.” There was another time, this time, I was an employee. The woman who was
Thanks for asking! To clarify this ministry, here’s our mission statement.
From Ashes To Beauty Ministries was founded on four principles: the desire to teach, train, coach individuals and counsel groups and individuals how to apply God’s word to
Uganda 2017 is history. Thank you so much for your prayers. I am honored to represent you, your church and our great God.
The Discipleship Course/Tororo, Uganda 2017 –
We are thankful to report, there were
Have you celebrated a win lately?
You must remember your win.
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It helps not only to celebrate, but to remind yourself how good it feels to complete something you’ve wanted