Perhaps, this mental illness is “the thorn in my flesh” that Paul talks about in 2 Corinthians 12:7-9 and even though I ask God to remove it, He is using it to help me raise awareness in the context of ministry.
From these experiences, I have learned to embrace that gutty-gutty feeling, called intuition, as an asset and not a liability.
In this series, I am going to discuss my journey of redefining and reembracing biblical sisterhood and applying it to the 21st century. But first, allow me to tell you my story.
I find it interesting that God was able to use my dress shopping experiences to help me understand the concept of waiting on the one.
But the greatest part of my story, it is to be continued.
It's been a while since I've wrote on this blog since the new year, It's been a busy, chaotic new year for me. From juggling with school and church responsibilities, starting a new job, and prepping for a trip with would change my life forever has kept super busy. There has been so many stories… Continue reading My Journey in Cuba
During my matriculation at Oakwood, there has been a major misconception about Theology majors and emotions. The amount of times I was told "You're a Theo major, you shouldn't have to worry/cry/rage/doubt" were countless. It's like I don't have permission to express my feelings and emotions. Apparently, I had lost my privilege since I answered… Continue reading To Cry or Not to Cry: That is the question