It’s a new year for the BOLD & the FABULOUS!!! On Saturday, July 23rd we celebrated our 1 Year Anniversary and it was a HUGE success! I give God all the praise for bringing us together for this vision and I’m looking forward to seeing what’s in store for us in the year to come. As mentioned in my previous post, I’m challenging myself to be bigger and BOLDER in the coming year. We talk about this faith walk and we encourage you to go after your dreams with no regard to the nay sayers but it’s time to show and prove. Continue reading
As the Bold & the Fabulous embarks on our 1 year anniversary, I’d like to take a walk down memory lane. I revisited my very first post to see how I far I’ve come as a writer, believer, and a woman. I remember the anxiety I felt as I wrote this entry. I felt so vulnerable and unsure of how I would be able to get through it. Now I look back and realize that I made it through an entire year and with each week it got easier and easier. So naturally, when I get too comfortable, I want to challenge myself. So on the week of our anniversary be expecting something BRAND NEW!! It is sure to be a blessing as it challenges me to be better, learn more, and stay accountable. Check out my very first blog and see how it all began… Continue reading
Newsflash! I deserve God’s best because simply put… God says I do! So when I talk about flying on a private jet, having all of my needs met, owning a vacation spot in St. Barts, and having a shoe closet full of Louboutins… please don’t question why I have to have all that. My answer will forever remain the same … “Because I serve a limitless God that can orchestrate the manifestation of my limitless desires.” Now, are these are material things? YES… Is that all that I desire… NO. However, I don’t get much push back when I say things like… “I walk in divine health all the days of my life”… or that “my family is free from all attacks of the enemy, especially addictive behaviors.” No one has anything to say about that but it’s something about material possessions that has people tripping. I know I’m not the only Christian that likes nice things. I’m not saying that everyone has the same desires either… I adore shoes but not everyone does… I get that! But if barely making ends meet is the best you see for yourself than so be it… As for me, I don’t serve an average God so I don’t intend to live an average lifestyle!! Continue reading
Psalm 37:4, “Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He will give you the desires and secret petitions of your heart.”
There is truly no greater joy than knowing that you are living a life pleasing to God. Obedience is never easy when your Will is constantly competing with His Will. The sooner you are able to let go and give it all over, the sooner you will begin to see the rewards of your faithfulness. It’s a daily decision. Don’t think for a minute that the moment you get saved that you automatically understand what it means to truly walk out a Christian lifestyle. I’ve received Christ at age 13 and trust that I am still learning and seeking wisdom in every area.