Tag: freedom

Vlog: Podcast Interview with Jenny Bonilla

“Podcast”, you might be asking yourself. Like how is she on Episode 07 when this is my first time “reading” about a podcast? Well I completely forgot to blog about starting a podcast. Right after it launched the 1st week in July, I was heading out to Washington state to help a friend (we have been friends since kindergarten. Then I came back, caught … Read More Vlog: Podcast Interview with Jenny Bonilla

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Freedom From “Religious” Expectations

I want to help you destroy a lie on this beautiful day. I think someone needs to hear this. You know as women of God we want to be “good Christians” and read our bibles, attend study groups, go to all the church things, feel like we are doing “our part”, do “Christian things”, but yall the idea of all that above is basically … Read More Freedom From “Religious” Expectations

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Don’t Throw A Whole Year Out

I believe so many of us had a rough season or period in 2019 and we automatically kicked the whole darn year out, because it was tough. Each day we get to live, we have choices to make. Did you know we can choose our attitude. It’s so easy to walk through something hard and then forget about all the good days we had … Read More Don’t Throw A Whole Year Out

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Its The First Day Of A New Decade

Were you one of those people that tried to get everything in order to start fresh for the new year? Like so much that it became a chore vs something you were able to enjoy? A few of my friends and I spend quite a few hours at a local coffee shop earlier this week to work on our goals for this year of … Read More Its The First Day Of A New Decade

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The Battle You Don’t See

We have been experiencing some crazy changes in our lives the past 3 months and we truly believe it is all a part of God’s plan. We have experienced new desires in our hearts that I never thought I would be brave enough to even desire. I can’t spill it all just yet, but God will work everything out as we continue to have … Read More The Battle You Don’t See