Tabitha’s Tea Party, hosted at the charming Bonnie Ruth’s in Frisco, Texas, proved to be another enlightening and spiritual experience. The afternoon tea party started as an appetizer, each participant warmly embraced and welcomed each other. Anticipating the moments ahead, we boldly stepped into our cozy and reserved room. Some of us arrived unaccompanied, others in small sister circles, but we all arrived in harmony awaiting the move of God. We, hand-in-hand, attentively li
Do I bring to the moment of birth
and not give delivery?” says the Lord.
“Do I close up the womb
when I bring to delivery?” says your God. -Isaiah 66:9 Around March of 2014, I remember sitting at the red light crying tears of joy. I was on the phone with Pastor Cheryl Lacey Donovan. I had expressed to her my call to ministry and my struggle with answering that call. She said with such boldness “I am going to help birth that thang in you!” I cried hysterically becau
“The truth is, unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.” — Steve Maraboli My dearest readers, My message today is very simple: Let it go! As we prepare for our upcoming tea party, I thought I would get you up to speed on what we’ve previously discussed. In September, we began a "Moving4Ward" journey. This journey represents breaking up with the dark areas in your l