Words of Encouragement

Impacting Testimony From One Who Chooses To Remain Anonymous!

Sep 4, 2020

I remember the day that I finally admitted to everyone and especially to God that I was an alcoholic.  It was something I had known for some time or more correctly said; it was something I feared was true for a long time.  August 2nd 2019 apparently was the day that God made sure I could bear…

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Change Your Day by What You Think & Say

Sep 2, 2020

The longer I live, the more I realize how strong a connection exists between our thoughts and our words. I honestly believe that this connection is one of the most important things we can learn in our lives.  
So many people’s problems are rooted in their way of thinking, which can actually produce a lot of the problems they experience.  
How does this happen?  

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Racism & Discrimination is a Form of Abuse

Aug 31, 2020

To understand why I classify Racism and Discrimination as a form of abuse, we must revisit the definition God gave me of abuse years ago. I was addressing a group of doctors, telling them of a Domestic Violence Shelter that had recently opened in our community when one of them asked me to define abuse.…

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Blogger Beth Manos Brickey on Food, Wellness, and Her #MeToo Moment

Aug 28, 2020

Beth Manos Brickey is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, a yoga instructor, and a blogger with a love for food and wellness. She was chosen as one of four bloggers to compete in the Canyon Bakehouse Sammie Smackdown, a challenge to create the tastiest gluten-free sandwich. Canyon Bakehouse will donate $10,000 to the winning blogger’s charity of choice, and Beth is competing for Joyful Heart. You can vote for her sandwich up to three times a day until August 20.
We talked with Beth about her popular food blog, Tasty Yummies, and her healing journey as a survivor.

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9 Silent Signs Your Partner Is Emotionally Abusive

Aug 27, 2020

Abuse can happen even without physical violence. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, watch for these signs of emotional abuse in a relationship.
1/9 You don’t feel in control: Control is a common theme throughout the answers to a survey on emotional abuse conducted by the Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness. Feeling like your partner is controlling to the point where you lose your independence is a red flag for emotional abuse.

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I’m Back & Expounding On The Love Of God

Aug 25, 2020

Through circumstances beyond my control, and too complicated to try to explain, I was forced to take a prolonged leave of absence. God made known to me that He wanted me to expound on the love that He has for all of humanity upon.   God reveals in Hebrews 11:6 that without faith it is…

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The Anointing

Jun 19, 2020

The anointing is a simple thing! It is the power of God activated in a person’s life when they believe. Isaiah 10:27 says, “The yoke shall be destroyed because of the anointing.” Another word for yoke is chain. The anointing destroys bondages, chains, and anything the enemy tries to place on us. It has the potential to change everything in and around us! But it will not set us free from the works of darkness if we don’t understand how to activate it.

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Emotional Blackmail!

Jun 17, 2020

She had an assault charge pending against her husband. Despite a court order that had prohibited him from having contact with her, he had come to her residence, and in a fit of rage had choked her with his bare hands. She literally feared for her life.   The police had records of his previous…

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Trusting God

Jun 15, 2020

God wants you to live in a place of victory. He doesn’t want you to get chased out of your inheritance by the enemy after experiencing success. The prerequisite for living in what belongs to you is trusting in the Lord!

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