Author: anchor180

  • Restored

    Have you ever desired something so bad but every single piece of your being just knew it was not going to happen? This last weekend, I experienced a healing that only God could have orchestrated. When I moved here in 5th grade, I essentially cut off my right arm which was my moms’ side of […]

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  • Forgiveness Part 4: Dear Lindsay

    Dear Lindsay, Forgiveness for everyone Everyone but you Letting them all off the hook But forgetting you won’t do You laid there lifelessly Why couldn’t that man see You were only a child This isn’t the way it should be You tried stopping him once Why didn’t you do more You could’ve made him pay […]

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  • Forgiveness Part:3 Dear Victor

    Dear Victor, Have you ever been so angry that the only thing you can do is cry? That is the exact feeling I have every time I think of you and the damage you did while you were here. I can handle myself but what you have left behind is awful. It was like a […]

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  • Forgiveness Part 2: Dear Momma

    Dear Momma, Today I write to you because you and I have had some very difficult seasons. There have been many days that our conversations have brought so much anger and hurt. How did it get there I would often ask myself? I would lay in bed and wonder how I went from your baby […]

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  • Forgiveness Part 1: Dear Richard

    Dear Richard  Today I write you not as the scared little girl you used to intimidate but as the strong women of God who is ready to make peace! Someone really wise once told me that forgiveness isn’t for the person who hurt you. It is for the well being of your heart, soul and […]

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  • Tomorrow Never Comes

    Recently I have been feeling a sense of urgency. It started a few months ago as I was realizing that life is flying before my eyes. I am an amazing visionary, but I am not always an amazing doer. Fear can sink its teeth so far into me that I am paralyzed right in my […]

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  • It Takes A Village

    I told God at the beginning of this adventure that if he opened doors, I would go. As we loaded up and backed out of the driveway a few weekends ago, Isabella asked for about the tenth time, “mom where on earth is this place located?” I had been invited to speak at a church […]

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  • Chosen Path

    Volleyball camp, science camp, baseball camp, church camps, new summer clothes, travel, and don’t forget the lifetime memories. Did I mention food and everyday needs that a family of 7 require? The financial pressure is too much for one man to bare and yet the sacrifice of me getting a fulltime job is one we […]

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  • Dear Single Mommas

    Dear single mom- You made it to the end of another day! You’re tired! Another week is upon us and while everyone is planning their weekend shenanigans, you’re looking at the loads of laundry already piling up and the kids who will be home all weekend. For some of you, the bills sucked up your […]

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  • In the Wait

    On Good Friday, we mourn and there is a sadness we cannot deny. It is the day Jesus went to the cross to save us for the sin and shame God knew he would obtain. Then Sunday comes and we REJOICE!! The grave is empty because not even death could hold him. He is the […]

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