A Gift from the Tomb

Do you struggle with identity issues or knowing your worth? For the longest time, I wrestled with Adonai. I wanted to know who I was and what I was supposed to be doing. I often was confused by organized religions philosophies, the role of women, and the structure of the “church” I would lament with… Continue reading A Gift from the Tomb

Words in the Dirt

I would like to dedicate this short writing and poem to all of God’s children who are hurting and feeling broken; due to the authoritative figures in their lives, whether parents, spouses, family members, religious figures, or government officials. God sees you.  8 But Yeshua went to the Mount of Olives. 2 At dawn, He… Continue reading Words in the Dirt

The Dagger of Redemption

The goal of Yom Kippur is to die. We have been preparing ourselves this season to die. Honestly, we die throughout the year. But this death seems to center more around a community, a body as one sent out into the wilderness to be tested before death. I want to shift my readers to Judges… Continue reading The Dagger of Redemption

Spiritual Shekels and Weightier Matters

This is an older blog from 3/20 an oldie but a goodie. Enjoy! A shekel is a form of currency and means “to weigh.” In biblical days they would pull out their scales and weigh out gold and silver. In modern times we use money and coins to purchase many things. We don’t use scales… Continue reading Spiritual Shekels and Weightier Matters