Category: Testimony

Part 3- Barnabas Friends

Friends. Paul had Barnabas. David had Jonathan. You need someone who gets you and loves you anyway. These are people in your life who sharpen you. “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17 HCSB We need friends that are heading in… Continue Reading “Part 3- Barnabas Friends”

Like bittersweet chocolate

I was just going through documents on my computer and found this piece of writing from months ago that I never posted. I re-read it and decided that even late, the words still ring true… -Faith “Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of… Continue Reading “Like bittersweet chocolate”

Part 1- Millennials and Gen Z,

We are missing the boat when it comes to relationships…

Faithful Daffodils

Maybe daffodilfs are visual reminders that God can be trusted…

Practice His Presence

As many of you know, each year for the past seven years, God has stamped a theme for the next twelve months on my heart. Sometimes it has been more fun than others. Every year has challenged me to grow in new ways and… Continue Reading “Practice His Presence”

Burning My Plow

I had been asking for a sign. For God to speak to me about the future and His purposes in ministry. Truth be told, I know I can’t do both full-time PCM (Polished Cornerstones Ministry) and full-time Prison ministry. But who wants to say… Continue Reading “Burning My Plow”

The Power of ONE

“Can you pray for me?” The question caught me off guard. We were in the hallway of the education building where young inmates were coming in for their afternoon classes. YOs are generally not very friendly. Especially with someone they don’t know. The trust… Continue Reading “The Power of ONE”

Do you take ex-felons?

Do you even take ex-felons?” I was sitting cross-legged on the floor and the question came from a teenage girl on a chair in front of me. She was just a kid. Still had a baby-face and a childish look about her. Her voice… Continue Reading “Do you take ex-felons?”

Jesus is My Home

There’s something that happens when you travel extensively. Or at least it’s happened to me. And I’m not talking about being able to sleep in all manner of places and talk to sort of people and navigate multiple airports…although those things are true too.… Continue Reading “Jesus is My Home”

Homies

I know her back story and she knows mine. Our spirits connect at a different level…even though we are about as different as could be. I am young. She is old enough to be my grandma. I am short. She is tall. I have… Continue Reading “Homies”