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New Journey


So we have been doing homeschooling for a few weeks and man it is hard to start. But I know in the end it will all be worth it. Getting on the right balance of things is a very hard thing as well.  I know the man reason we decided to do homeschooling for our kids is that the world seems to think it has the right to teach my children things that I disapprove of. Being able to home school opens doors for me to teach my children what I feel is important for them to know. I don’t have to allow them to be taught inappropriate information that will cause them to question truths. We have to really rely on God in this new transition of every area of our life.

We are also having to rely on God for finances in every area of our lives at this time. We have our bills paid but any left over for day-to-day life is well…. our FROG (fully relying on God.)

When things get this way. I get in a very (I want to Control) mommy mode. I hate not knowing when or where the money to pay for things is coming from. God knows.

Going through this season of LEAP is not for the faint of Heart. We are to Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness. Once we learn to put His will in our lives 1st then we will see everything else we need just fall into place.

This journey of Life is not for the Faint. If I stand firm and trust His word and promises then I will see the goodness of the Lord prevail in my life.


God is Still in Control!

We have been through a lot the last 2 weeks. Just want to share a few testimonies that God has done for us the last few days.

Last Monday when my husband got off work he went to leave and the van had antifreeze all under the van. He called me thankfully before he drove it. Well I called my dad and he informed me that we should not drive it at all. So I called my husband and told him that I would have to come get him.

This made us go from 2 vehicles down to 1. My husband was a wreck over the whole situations. For some odd reason in this situation I was at complete peace about it. Not once did I question the situation. My parents were leaving town for the week and we were able to get their other vehicle for the week to use.

When my parents got back into town my dad went to get the van. By the end of the day Thursday my Dad texted me and said that it was fixed and ready to be picked up. I asked him what was wrong with it and he said it had broken… I then fully expected for him to tell me how much it was going to cost since he fixed it. I asked him how much it cost and he then informed me that it was still under warranty.

God had given me a complete peace about the whole situation. I knew when it happened that there was nothing we could do about it. For we have put all our finances into our business and have nothing left to fix it. Now we were blessed with this issues being completely taken care of by the Grace of God. It was still under warranty.

God will see us through the trials and what seems like nothing. We will walk this out with our Leap of Faith! He said Leap, that the Time was Now! Now I will Walk in Faith Knowing He is In Control!

God Bless,

Just Have Faith! Leap! Fully Relying On God! 

Busy Busy Busy

We been busy for sure in the life of us. From doctor appointments to getting our Business ready to launch. Even getting homeschooling together for not only one child but 2, in two totally different class grades.

God has been working in our lives for sure. I know that I have been in very stressful mode lately but to be totally honest I have had a supernatural peace about things like none other.

Monday we had something that normally would just stress me out to the max but this time it is super different. I have not had any concern for it at all. Monday after my husband got off work he came outside to get in his van to come home. Before he got into the van he noticed antifreeze all over the ground. The van had something wrong with it. Thankfully he called me and I called my dad. At this time we are down to 1 vehicle but oddly enough I am at perfect peace over the situation. I know if needed in an emergency situation I can use my parent’s car.

Dan on the other hand has been fretting over the van. I told him it will be okay. I know that God will provide what we need when we need it most. I like this peace and want to have it at all times. I want to get to know my God(Abba) more and more so that I don’t fret over the things of this world. I want to know God inside and out, like He knows me.

More to come but just wanted to share about the peace God has given me over the last 2 to 3 week. Be Blessed

Leap Of Faith! Just Jump!

We have had a huge amount of activity going on in our home the last few weeks and God has and is still opening doors and opportunities for my family.

I have prayed for years to God for Him to show me what my oil in my house was. I have longed to know what that was. Finally a few weeks ago He revealed to me on my way to work my oil. He now has given prophetic dreams to Dan and showing me things and speaking to me about our situation over the last few weeks.

This Morning He revealed to me that, “The Time is NOW!” I am excited… We have been given a business opportunity that He has directed us to Take our Leap of Faith in.

Just Have Faith! Leap He says Fully Relying on God!

He has revealed to me that in my questioning and seeking His direction an answer that I know He gave. Last week the Lord answered me with a question… What is your desire? My desire has been to own my own company and to be able to make more than enough to support a full-time mission field life style along with giving the money away to those in need. I know that I have been called to the Mission Field since I was 16 years old. I long for the day where I can serve Him in the mission field full time.

Over the years I wondered why He has taken me through so many jobs in so many different areas of job titles. Management, Trainer, Team Lead, Customer Service, Computer IT, Card Services, Tech Support, Accounting, Call Center, Retail, Inventory, Marketing, and many other jobs in the process of life.

At this time I feel that God has taken me down this path for 1 ultimate purpose. That is to be able to handle all the areas of a business. This is my desire.

Another desire that I have had for about that long was to home-school my children. The last few years they also have longed to be home-schooled. This year the Lord has blessed me with the opportunity to be able to home-school both my children.

So in the next 3 weeks, I will be completing one journey to start 2 new ones. I will start blogging again. Come follow us on this New Season and Journey God has began to reveal to us.


365 Days of Testimony Day 38

Daddy God is in the Details! I had to buy food and a few other things. As I was checking out I prayed for it to be under $150.00. As she rang my items it kept going up. I began to look for a way to help myself in the purchase. As I began to ask her a question she told me the total amount….. $146.29.

I asked her again for the total..  God is so Good. As I  type this I can’t help but think… Oh ye of little faith. Lord help my unbelief. Help me keep a renewed mind set.

Thank you for caring  about every detail in my life big and small.

25 & 18

When I came up to Ohio in January, I will admit that I had no excitement in me whatsoever for this state; I was born and raised here and once I finally left this state I said that I would never come back again. Yet, here I sit. The reasons why I have been led back here I will not venture into, maybe at a later point when Yahveh releases me I will, but not at this time.

When I got here I was angry at the Almighty for taking me away from my wife and kids, and I had no end in sight for that anger I directed towards Him. But something happened. Something that relates to 25 and the 18. It wasn’t until 25 days after I came up here that I surrendered myself over to Yeshua ben-Elohim; you may be asking, “I thought you were already a Christian?” by saying I surrendered to Him I am not saying that I wasn’t a Christian: you can be a Christian and not live surrendered to Yeshua; I will tell you that is a miserable way to live life (, I can speak from experience!).

In the Ha’Davar Elohim we find that the number 7 is a representation of completion and perfection: 2+5=7: on the 25th day of me coming up here I found my completion and perfection by surrendering my entire being: body, soul and spirit to Ben-Ha’Elohim. There is so much that He has been showing me, teaching me and I’m still learning every second of every day; this is a process that has no ending.
I made the mistake in thinking that I had learned every lesson that He had to teach me and that I was to be home (in Texas) already; Yahveh caused me to be delayed in returning, and again I found myself getting irritated with Him. I couldn’t understand what was left that He had that I needed before I could go back. But then, one Sunday morning, I found myself presented with that very thing. It came over after church lunch with my uncle: that conversation put me into the possession of some books for the very things which I was lacking—things that Daddy (Yahveh) knew that I so desperately needed.

So you may be wondering where the 18 comes into play, and why. Yesterday was 18 days until I leave Ohio to come back to Texas, but what is so significant about 18? In Lashon Ha’Kodesh (The Holy Tongue, i.e. Ivrit / Hebrew) the number 18 is made up of two Hebrew consonants: Chet (ח) and Yud (י). Yud has the numerical value of 10, while Chet has the numerical value of 8; together they spell the Word Chai (חי) which is the Hebrew word for “life”; the plural is Chayim (חיים). When Jews give gifts of money they do so in increments of 18, that view it that they are giving “life” (חי) to someone. Yesterday, my 18th day until I leave, I came into possession of more books without prior knowledge that it was happening. These books deal with things that my wife and I have discussed, that I felt Daddy (Yahveh) laying on my heart to do; never once did these subjects come up last night.

I see this as Avi (My Father) giving me confirmation in both of these situations: on the 25th (7) I found my completion and perfection in His Son; and 18 days out from going home—He blesses me with life that will help nurture not only me but my family as well.

Baruch HaShem Adonai!!!!

365 Days of Testimony: Day 37

I know that it has been a few days since I have put anything. Thankfully the 365 day challenge doesn’t mean necessarily in a row.

I was going to write about this testimony yesterday but I thankfully  I didn’t because now it means more to me anyway.

For the last month or two every time it rains I have been doing something different at work. I work at a Juvenile Facility and after we get through the gate house as I call it most of us have to walk a ways to get to our dorms we work on. This walk for me is 12 to 15 minutes one way. This walk is also not covered in any way like the other side of the facility is. I am also not able to carry my umbrella in due to the end of it having a metal tip. So if it is storming, pretty much you get soaked before reaching your dorm.

About a month ago or so I thought about it and decided that I would start speaking to the Storm and telling it, “Be the Power of Jesus Christ Name, you will not rain on me and I will not get wet.” To those co-workers around me they probably think that I am nuts… That is okay. I know that there is mighty power in the Name of Jesus. I also know that if Jesus spoke to the storm…..So can I.

Since I began to speak this to the storms that have come over my work place, not once has it actually rained on me when I am outside walking.

Today is a perfect example of this. The only chance of rain in the forecast today was at 5pm. This rain would come when I got off. Unless it hit earlier. Around 4:15pm I was doing some routine things on my dorm and that requires me to go on 4 different wings of the dorm. Our dorm is in an X shape so I have to go on all four wings. I started out on the 1st one, by the time I was on the second one I began to hear loud thunder. When I reached the hallway after the second wing, I saw my Supervisor and 2 of my case workers standing in the hall talking. I was singing, “When the Thunder Rolls” under my breath as I walk the the 3rd wing. One of the case managers asked me what I was saying and I told her that I was just singing an old country song by Garth Brooks. I told her that storm is coming. Then I went onto my 3rd wing. As I got to the end of my wing to head out to the 4th wing I noticed that my Supervisor was in a bit of a hurry to his office. I asked him if he was in a hurry. He just smiled. I went on to my 4th wing and when I looked up saw my Supervisor rushing out the door. When I completed wing 4 and got back in the hallway I noticed that the place was very dark, and quiet….. I looked around and both the Case Managers and the Supervisor’s office lights were out and the doors were shut.. They had all left in a big hurry. Deserted the safety of the dorm and had ran out to try to out run the storm. This was now 30 minutes before I could leave to go home. I could have left early but instead I had already spoke to the storm. When I was on the 3rd wing and heard the thunder… I was speaking to the storm…. “Thunder, Lighting, and Rain come on down…. but when I leave you must rain…. by the Power of Jesus Christ Name”

As I sat in my office finishing some last minute changes that came through 15 minutes until time to clock out, I kept thinking they all left early trying to beat the storm before it poured. I was shutting down my computer for the night and getting my stuff ready to go when I heard the calmness and the rain stop. I finished my last few minutes of handing the lady in the picket the updated info and told her have a good evening.

As I walked out the door, the rain had stopped completely. I instantly thanked God, then had a huge grin on my face… Why one might ask….. Because I have grown to understand the power of speaking to the storms at my work. I know that my co-workers left before the end of the day trying to get ahead of the storm, and they got wet.

When I got to my car the sun was shining very bright and the sky was blue. As I sat in my car I began to think of how we as Christians are. Most the time when we are entering a storm or know that a storm is coming… we pick up what we can and try to out run the storm. We can not out run the storms of life. We will get wet no matter how much we try to out run the storms. Perfect example was how my co-workers who got in a hurry before the time was right (time to leave) to go home, and ended up being caught by the storm anyway. When we get in a hurry and try to do things on our own timing we mess up. We get at times poured on…

If we would instead learn not to try to out run the storm, and time the storm with our own idea of when it will hit. If we are patient and wait for the proper timing and then move. If we would just learn instead of fearing and running away to get out of the storm…. If we would just learn to speak to our storms and to trust that what we speak will happen. I had things I needed to do. I had to wait for the proper time to leave my work. I had spoken to the storms many times before this and had not been rained on as well. I had to trust that God would do what He had down in the past and by giving me back my authority to speak to the storm through Jesus Christ, I was able to confidently walk out of my job without being rained on or getting wet.

Stop Running From The Storms of Your Life….

Speak To the Storm and See it Obey!!!



365 Days of Testimony: Day 36

As the weekend came to an end I needed to get things done around the house. The usual of washing clothes, dishes, and taking the trash out as always. My oldest daughter was cleaning up the living room. My desk was a mess and needed to be cleaned up. I had stuff just piled on it. I told her that I did not want to clean it up today that I would do it later. As I was in the kitchen cleaning the dishes up, she started putting stuff on the kitchen table… She was moving everything off the desk to the table… I for one did not want to start that project of cleaning up the desk and all that was in it.

I did sit down at the table and I began to go through the stuff. Soon I had it organized and straighten. Trash had been thrown away and the desk is now clean and easy to find what is needed. I also was blessed with finding $6 cash in my purse that had been sitting on the floor by my desk for at least 2 to 3 months.

As I sat there going through the stuff that was piled on the table I began to thing about our christian walk with God. We do the necessary chores to get by in life. We go to church, we pray, we even at times pray for others. We make like look like we are doing the right thing. I know that I am not perfect, but on the outside to others they don’t always see the messiness inside.

I had clean clothes, dishes, and the trash was taken out… At least the trash that was in the trash can. Never mind the trash piled on, in, and around my desk. Now just to be frank it was not horribly messy but it was not clean either.

You see we as Christians like to go through our lives just tiding up little here and a little there. But there are things that we need to not leave for another day. We need to address it in the now. We need to get things cleaned up and organized. Don’t leave it for another day that which can be addressed today.

My daughter did something that made me have to sit down and go through my mess I was letting pile up.

In life we get comfortable with leaving stuff alone to pile up. But after time it starts to affect others around us. They start to notice. Some will just add to your pile of mess and allow it to continue to be messy. Others will move things and make it uncomfortable to continue to live with the mess.

Don’t wait to clean your mess up. Don’t allow it to sit and build up. Don’t make excuses to do it later or next weekend… Just do it. Keep it clean and tidy.

Keep your mess out of your house. For there is no reason or room for it. Don’t allow the mess of this world to pile up in your house again. Keep it clean and in order.


365 Days of Testimony: Day 35

I am grateful for a beautiful day we had been blessed with today. I got up early this morning and took my youngest daughter to a bake sale the kids were having at the Bridge. My daughter worked hard all morning helping at the bake sale. Soon my older daughter join us and worked really hard at the bridge selling items. She helped in every way possible.

I am super proud of my girls and their servants hearts. I know that they have been blessed with such a gift. A servants heart is what we all should be having. I love how I get to see both my children in this gift.

I can’t wait to see what God has in store for them in the near future.

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