Why, God? How, God? You said what, God? Okay, maybe that was me, God. Have you ever questioned what God revealed to you? Have you ever asked Him, are you sure? He gave you signs. He whispered it into your spirit. He sent people to you. He spoke it loud and clear. And you believed Him…at least until life hit you. Brenda of Just Living for Jesus and I, took to the outdoors to sit down and discuss God’s plan. This year, she conquered believing in who God says she is. But now she’s struggling with accepting His word. She’s struggling with listening to Him.
In this episode, you’ll learn God believes in your dreams too. And how He will give you moments of clarity for you to keep in your pocket. You’ll discover how God wants to hear your questions and extinguish your doubts. You’ll learn to believe Him the first time. You’ll break out of the do’s and don’ts of Christianity and more into relationship. More into just living for Jesus. #dressedforbattlepodcast
I’ve recently come across a fabulous group of Jesus-lovin bloggers and wanted to share with you all! It’s been awesome seeing their inspiration up and down my feed and I just know they will be a blessing to yours. I’ll be doing an even bigger roundup with all of my Christian influencer friends so stay tuned!
I met up with Nana Yaa Ansah, the faith and wellness influencer behind @themidimaven. This episode gets real, real quick as we discuss a topic that isnt talked about until it’s too late. One that is almost taboo to not only society, but even the Christian community: mental health. Nana opens up about the psychotic breakdown that changed everything — we have the conversation about being mindful of calling people crazy and the debate on whether or not mental illness is a health thing, a spiritual thing or both. The topic of mental illness and the church should be loud and clear in order to better assist those we love! In our hopes to dispel misconceptions, you’ll leave here prayerful and with some practical tips for check ins with Christ every moment of your life. Armor up, ladies! Let’s get into talking mental health and how to defeat the mind games of the enemy. #dressedforbattlepodcast
Hey, everyone! Have you listened to episode 1 on my new podcast show, Dressed for Battle?
I sit down with warrior woman Sade Solomon (@sadesolomon) to share her current struggles. You’ll hear about how she went from embracing her singleness as a Christian woman…to being fed up. You’ll relate to how she’s awaiting answers from God. And after recently losing her father, you’ll be encouraged to hear how God demonstrates His love as the good, good Father He is. Throughout listening to her testimony-in-the-making, I pray you too adopt the things that help her keep going.
This time last year, I enthusiastically said “yes” to attending my church mission trip. Moments after agreeing to the last-minute opportunity, a Pinterest photo popped unto my iPhone screen. It reminded me that sometimes God calls us to a place far away, away from what we know in order to truly reconnect Him.
At a time where I was dealing with emotional heaviness, the trip gave me purpose. I knew God wanted me there. I came home rejuvenated and excited to continue to share God’s love and resuscitating hope.
When the time came to write my name down on the list for this year’s trip, I said “yes” again… I didn’t know that assured answer would soon waver.
Hey, everyone! I’ve missed you! Now that my pageant season is over and school is winding down, I’ll be able to commit way more time to here. I came back as soon as I could to share some super exciting news…
You guys! If you’re following me on insta, you’d know I was flown to LA on a last minute trip to interview Zac Posen for his Delta uniform launch.
If you missed the fun times in my stories, no worries. Join me for a day in LA on my YouTube Channel! We’re hitting Teen Vogue interviews with fashion genius Zac Posen, my stay at The London Hotel, Santa Monica Pier, Hollywood, Venice and Beverly Hills with my amazing blogger babes! Yes, all in 24 hours.
Every woman deserves to be treated like royalty! Needless to say, I was ecstatic creating my first EVER competition, #AdornMyProm. Writing and empowering women to know their worth means a lot to me so it was important that the competition spoke to that. The seniors from my hometown wrote an essay about “What It Means To Be a Queen” and how they uplift the women around them for an opportunity for total queen treatment! Hair, makeup, nails and photography FREE.