Over the last year or so, I’ve learned something about how I was approaching my calling. The fact of the matter is I’d spent alot of time striving in areas where I was skilled but not necessarily gifted in order to receive recognition from man and not God. Yes, I have an MBA and I’ve… Continue reading A Rude Awakening
I’ve been wrestling with whether I wanted to discuss the current political issues and election in the blog. The conclusion I came to is that my awareness and interest in the political state of my country cannot be isolated from the Christ-centric nature of this blog if I want to remain truthful. So maybe I… Continue reading The First Black President?
I had an awesome conversation with my good friend Malika from back home (KY). She said something that really struck me. We were talking about how many people in the body of Christ don’t truly grasp what is going on in the “spiritual” realm. Many of us will fall out in church, crying and praying… Continue reading Just Like the CIA
“For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God. For it is written: I will destroy the wisdom of the wise the intelligence of the intelligent I will frustrate. Where is the wise man? Where is the scholar?… Continue reading My Foolish God
I think I take myself too seriously sometimes. God must be looking down on me and saying, “Are you kidding me? This is so not about you, Tracey.” In fact, I’ve come to realize that God is very much aware of who He’s called. He knows my shortcomings better than me. Which begs the question…why… Continue reading Never Good Enough: Not necessarily a self-esteem issue
In a recent rant about my very minor men trouble (sorry, bay) a good friend of mine said something quite profound. Actually she posed it as a question. She asked, “Are you in this relationship for what he can do for you or for what you can do for him?” That’s Funny. I’d never thought… Continue reading Out-loving Another