The Season of Waiting


As I was having a bible study last night I got so excited about sharing it.  The first lesson went over the season of waiting and we all know what that is like but you may not call it a season.  In Ecclesiastes 3:11 it says “God has set the right time for everything.” As I was reminded of this scripture it was the timing of this bible study that was amazing.  I have had the DVD and book for awhile but I hadn’t set up a time to start it until a friend needed me and this was the answer God said use and he was right.  I needed the lesson just as much as my friend did.  God is awesome and I know I can be a little cheesy but I that’s ok, I’m excited.

As I heard the sermon about the season of waiting I looked around and said yes I have been waiting and its been difficult but look what he has done.  God has given me a new home, a new church, new friends, a movie, published books, a great non-profit ministry, a new job, and he has made me more desirable as the one for the one.  God knows my hearts desires and he knows yours; look around and see what he has done and smile.  We all have our bad days of “Why not now?” but just remember he knows best.

All You Need Is Love!


Today’s scripture was on the teaching of Gods love and the love of one another.  Even if you are a non-believer you are capable of loving others and being kind.  You may not believe in Jesus Christ or God our father but they believe in you.  God has a way of getting into your heart when you least expect it.

With dreams of changing directions and overcoming challenges God’s reminding direction for today is faith, hope, and love.  I am to have faith in him for my hearts desires and needs, hope through the trials, tribulations, and blessings, and love for him and others as I would want to be loved.  Worry over the little things does not make them better; it clouds our judgement to where we miss the little blessings within all the trials.  It’s not always easy to see the brighter side to a bad situation but if you pray about it Jesus will walk and talk with you as our father shines the light through the cracks to reveal the beauty. The answer to our problem is usually right in front of us but it is only revealed through your faith.

Jesus said, “Your strong love for each other will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” John 13:35

These three things continue forever: faith, hope, and love.  And the greatest of these is love.  1 Corinthians 13:13

For the Love of God


I am Pleased to announce that Acting Out For Love Corp is established and waiting for the official letter stating the 501(a)3 tax exemption status.  As we wait for this important moment for our non-profit organization, it is important to get the foundation set and firm with the help of my book “Closer to The One” which tells the story of how God led me to this very moment.

With the purchase of the book either paperback or kindle I can use the money to help invest in the organization and start helping the single parent families.

Please go to today and download the kindle copy for .99 cents or purchase the paperback and get the kindle copy for free.

We thank you for your support and the single parent families thank you as well.

His Glory or Yours

His Glory or Yours

Psalm 37:3-4

Trust in the Lord and do good;
dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture.
Take delight in the Lord,
and he will give you the desires of your heart.

Another question from my mentoring brother of Christ was “Is your work for God’s glory or yours?”  I immediately got defensive and said “For Gods glory” and then I stopped and thought about everything I changed in my life in the past three years and it is true; it is for God’s glory but I have been praying for some glory of my own.  I know we all want to be praised for our work but we don’t always get it and we shouldn’t do things and expect to get something in return.  We do what we are passionate about for God and his glory will shine through us without any help of a spotlight.

“Closer to the One” is a testimony of life changing events; it’s about taking responsibility for my actions and accepting Jesus as my Lord and savior.  I would have never had the guts to share my testimony with the world if it wasn’t for Jesus Christ.

I was once a Christian living in the silence of my own ways not letting Jesus in because he was a human more so than my lord and savior.  He represented love and life but he also represented a human body and I haven’t been very trusting towards other humans for a long time.  People only saw what I wanted them to see or sometimes they saw too much and then I would disappear.

As I renew my mind everyday before I turn on the marketing strategist of the Godly and savvy business woman I ask the Lord to give me strength, love, and grace to walk the path he has chosen for me.  My path is lonely at times and very challenging but its Gods way and his way is the only way.

In His Hands

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Romans 12:11
Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor.
Philippians 4:13
I can do everything through him who gives me strength.
Psalm 28:7
The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusts in him, and I am helped.
Isaiah 55:11
So is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.

There is a lot of pressure in this world to be the best of the best and often we put most of it on ourselves.   When we are passionate about things that we are good at we put so much pressure on winning and others who are living through you put pressure on you too.

As a writer I want to become one of the great writers that leave a legacy.  I have discovered, like me, many writers didn’t make a living off their writing they had a day time career that paid the bills.  Attorney/writer Scott Turow wrote his first few best sellers, on the train to and from work, Toni Morrison won a Pulitzer prize for her novels and she worked as an editor in Manhattan, Poet William Carlos Williams was a pediatrician; poet Wallace Stevens sold insurance.

In the nineteenth century, Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote her great bestseller, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, between scrubbing floors, cooking, and raising her children, Nathaniel Hawthorne worked in the Salem Custom House and wrote “The Scarlett Letter” at night, and Lewis Carroll wrote “Alice in Wonderland” and he was a mathematician.

When I get overwhelmed and have doubts about how, when, and what I will write about I think of these people whom I discovered are just like me.

You are not born being great at something, you master it through surrendering your life to the Lord, and letting him guide you through your growth of using your gift for his Glory and through his glory you will shine.

In anything and everything you do surrender it the Lord, do your best, and let God do the rest.

Parallel Study Bible, NIV (1984). Zondervan.
Laurie E. Rozakis, Ph.D.  (1997) The   Complete Idiot’s Guide to Creative Writing (p.18). Alpha Books.