Don’t Judge a Tweet by It’s Account

It has been awhile since I have posted, as I have been writing my book. Today, I want to start with a subject of a tweet I read from my current President: As I read through the comments, I noticed many Christians chiming in saying….no,no,no do not support a sin or you lost my vote […]

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Hold on to Your Prophetic Words

Four and a half years ago I was prophesied over twice within two weeks. The first prophecy contained: Keys to the kingdom of David Shut the doors and open the doors Catalyst Confidence Ability to deal with confrontation in love, confidence boldness and firmness Proclamation of 1 Corinthians 1:26-27 which states “For consider your calling, […]

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How I Kick Fear to the Curb 👊🏼

This is something I rarely speak about; yet I promised myself this would be an open journal. Please read all the way to the end because this is not an, “Oh feel sorry for Darlene but a glimpse into stubbornness that can be used for good as God lives inside me healing me through the […]

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#QuoteoftheDay

Was looking through my old posts and found this Spirit and Truth and wanted to share it with you.  

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Sally’s Question

In my last blog post The Greater Sin I started with a conversation I was having with a group of girlfriends. Now I want to finish what we spoke about that night. My good friend Sally had been watching a documentary about the new Pope and a meeting the Pope had had to apologize to […]

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The Greater Sin

Last week my family and I were at a friend’s new business celebrating the “grand opening”. It was just a few close friends that had come together to celebrate God’s goodness in this new chapter for their lives. As the handful of us stood around the reception desk drinking wine and eating cheese and kibitzing […]

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From Cubs to Lions

Today as I celebrate four years of freedom, I have come to realize, finally, what I, my family and my friends were really warring with.  God started me on a road that I simply could not look back on four years ago over three days.  As I lay in bed this morning and visited with […]

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