Moment to Moment

Moment to Moment

slateWhen you’re an actor, you want to hear the words “moment to moment” as part of someone’s critique about your work. Read more

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Article Feature on Act Like a Man

Article Feature on Act Like a Man

The other day I had another privilege to write for Act Like a Man for their What Women Want Men to Know series. It’s called Questions to Ask Before You Pursue a Girl. Click HERE to read the full article. Again, thank you Pastor Dennis for the opportunity! 🙂

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The Waiting Game

The Waiting Game

You waited a long time for this. God waited even longer—before the foundation of the world He planned this, He knew who your spouse would be. He planned, but He couldn’t reveal it to you, coz we would always act impetuously, otherwise. We would be imprudent; we would act before we should. So God, like to Abraham, sometimes hide best promises from us. So that we would depend on Him, and trust Him, and then allow Him to get us ready in character, disposition. Our heart, the depth of our life, our personality all have to blossom outside of what we are now today…

—Pastor Wayne Cordeiro, while officiating Tiffany and Keoki’s wedding (No, I don’t know them personally haha!).

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What does it mean to lie down in green pastures?

What does it mean to lie down in green pastures?

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.
He makes me lie down in green pastures,
he leads me beside quiet waters,
he restores my soul… Psalm 23:1-3

I remember a friend of mine sharing with us, that when a shepherd makes a sheep “lie down in green pastures,” it means that when a sheep goes off wandering around, the shepherd breaks one of its legs so it lies down and stays still. If you think about it, a sheep won’t understand a shepherd if he just screams “Be still!” or “Stay calm!” He’d have to break its leg, and have it hurt, just so it does what is right. Otherwise, the sheep keeps wandering, and will forever get lost.

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Take a Chill Pill

Take a Chill Pill

When I was in college, I had a grand plan of how my life would turn out. I somehow thought that if I just did things right, I would become the “ultimate woman” by the time I turned 25. Read more