Wholeness isn’t something everyone wants but it’s something we all need. It may sound like a strange statement to make but if you’ve journeyed with people for a while whether personally, professionally or in a ministry context then you understand exactly what I mean. There’s an allure to being broken and staying broken. Sure, we … Continue reading The Price Of Wholeness
How much time do you spend talking about your marriage/relationship/singlehood? How much time do you spend lamenting and complaining about what’s frustrating you? How much time do you spend learning about relationship matters? How much time do you spend actually praying about it/for yourself/for your partner? One of the critical lessons God has taught me … Continue reading Where Is Your Time?
Earlier this year, my girl – Koki Oyuke – published a book aptly titled: Chosen Not Cheated. This month, my posts are a tribute to her book (and life) message. More details on the book after the post. “Not denied, just in between floors.” Koki Oyuke (Chosen Not Cheated – Chapter 8) Romance is … Continue reading Chosen Not Cheated: Relationship Edition
Relationships are always full of transition. Whether you’re loving your single years and learning to be in a relationship with yourself, or making the most of the dating years with your person, or figuring out that waiting in marriage is a reality you have to contend with on the regular. Relationships are always full of … Continue reading Show Up For Your Now
When I got married, one of the things I did was drop my father’s name and adopt my husband’s name. I went the whole nine yards which included getting a new ID with the new name. A few years into marriage, it’s not something I think all that much about. But recently, I was getting … Continue reading Marriage & Purpose III