Father’s Second Life

February 6, 2020, the day when I thought I would lose my father. My father, Tatay, as my siblings call him, is a diabetic for 14 years, dependent on insulin....

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Many agencies and organizations in Miami Dade are providing support for the community through different services. One of those organizations that is making an impact is City Reach Ministries....

In Step with My Father

I remember Daddy holding my hand as we entered the gates to the botanical gardens, Wrigley's gum, Elephant Ear pastries, Matchbox cars, him carrying me when I was hurt,...

Little Girl Lost … Little Girl Found: from Addiction to Grace and Freedom

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Divine Strength After Tragedy: The Barrick Family Refuses to be Torn Apart

The Barrick family had two choices after an unthinkable tragedy: to allow themselves to be torn apart or to draw closer to one another through deeper relationship with God.

Letting go of anger

This post navigates the feelings of anger we feel at times using examples from the bible scriptures.

Yes, Virginia, There is a God

I think you must have asked another compelling question throughout your depressed state: “Does God still care for me? Does He even exist?”

There is a season for everything….a time to rejoice!

If anything Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 teaches is that there is a season for everything. Life gets tough sometimes and that has the tendency to distract us from the “narrow path”...

My Broken Road

The ugly truth is hard to dredge up, especially when you are so far past it. But sometimes God wants us to share our “junk” so others can see...

Who is Joel?

Joel is thirty-six years old, he is severely physically disabled. He is wheelchair-bound and is aided by a tracheostomy to help him breathe and keep his airway clear. He eats blenderized food through a tube, and he has a catheter.
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