There is Life after grief – Guest Blogger – Angel Lashelle

It’s wrapped in extreme heartache, disbelief, confusion and emotional trauma. In my experience, it is one of the toughest things to overcome. It comes without warning or invitation, and it attacks ones physical, mental, and emotional being. There is no mathematical equation and or formula that will help one comprehend grief.

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The blind can’t lead the blind…

Sometimes we tend to hold on to people who cannot lead us because it does something for our own self-esteem. It lifts us up that someone needs us to guide them. Now, there is nothing wrong with helping people, but when you do it with the wrong motives and bad intentions that is when it becomes poison to our bodies.

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While I’m Waiting: Learning to Wait Well – Guest Blogger – Janelle Bush

If you’re in waiting, perhaps look back and see if you can remember any instructions or leadings that you didn’t respond to. Repent if necessary, and obey the last instruction you can remember. He’s a good father and is not going to give us a snake when we ask for food, but He is also a wise father, and a loving one, who is willing to discipline us, for our own benefit.

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