Outstanding not Outlandish

There’s a show on TLC called Love, Lust, or Run. It’s about how women dress and present themselves, asking the question, “Do others view you the way you’re wanting them to?” And in every case, the answer is no. The first thing they are asked to do is remove everything –their outfit, jewelry, and especially […]

Who Are You Running From?

I recently listened to a podcast by Steven Furtick and he said something I wholeheartedly agree with: Everybody’s running from something or somebody. Even if that somebody is themselves. Isn’t that the truth? It’s hard enough to face the bully problem in this generation–the put-downs, beat-downs, ridicule, threats, and so on–but what if the bully is […]

What You See is What You Get

How do you see things? This is an important question because, according to Matthew 6:22, it determines everything else in your life! In this week’s podcast, Daphne and Angie discuss “WSYIWYG” meaning, “What you see is what you get…” It’s not just a clever saying. It’s a truth that finds itself weaved into scripture. Too […]

What To Do After You Face the Mirror

If understanding righteousness means an understanding of our ability to stand before God, then what do you do after you fully grasp that? In other words, once you can stand before your mirror without a sense of guilt or inferiority because you’ve learned and accepted God’s gift of righteousness, then what? In this week’s episode, […]

Consider Your Mirror

I recently had the opportunity to minister to a group of ladies at a women’s conference. I shared with them from 2 Corinthians 3:18, which says, “But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory,just as by the Spirit […]