Tagged with religious

No Church in the Wild

No Church in the Wild

In these times of uncertainty, we need prayer more than ever. This post is going to be short, sweet and to the point. I may not always act like it but trust and believe me when I saw I am a devote Christian woman firmly rooted in my faith. I also love love love hip-hop and … Continue reading

“I’ll Pray For You”

“I’ll Pray For You”

While stumbling through the Huffington Post I discovered this comical article about Christian cliches. As a pretty devout Christian I couldn’t help but find myself guilty as sin when it comes to abusing one of the phrases on this list. While giggling my way through this bloggers article I couldn’t help but wonder how many … Continue reading


Not much else needs to be said about the following. Read and remember these wise words from The Wu Tang Clan when and if ever you find yourself afraid. There is truly no place for fear in the heart of a man and as a Soldier, I believe there is no room for it in … Continue reading

The Two Sides of Prayer

I saw this diagram on Facebook and thought it was pretty cool. In all of it’s simplicity, it shows the two polar yet equal effects of prayer. Since we’re discussing the effects of prayer, here’s and old saying I heard a lot in church growing up: “God does three things: He gives you what you … Continue reading

Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind and Naked

Since I read so much at work and even more for school I’m not one to partake in recreational reading. For this book however, I made an exception. Malice of The Clipse tells a very personal story of his life in Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind and Naked. Through crack sales, fame/fourtune, loss, sickness, health, richer and … Continue reading

Christmas is near! Let us rejoice!

Christmas is almost here! I love Christmas. I think its sweet that I get free days off of work, every one is in a generally good mood this time of year and it seems like the world is just full of good cheer around Christmas time. You can even find Soldiers filled with Christmas spirit. … Continue reading