WTD Begins

In the retail world they would call our first meeting of Waking the Dead a “soft opening”.

We didn’t dive into the book yet other than to step into some of the introduction but we did spend significant time sharing a bit of our stories, our desires for this journey and expose the challenges faced in relationships and character development.

If you missed the first week fret not – most were still waiting for their copy of the book to come in; if you haven’t ordered yours yet do so asap and check out the WTD page to download a copy of the first weeks Questions & Reflections. Next week (May 11) we will be diving in to Chapter One.

My prayer is that every man will enter this season with high expectations that God will show up in a mighty way, marriages will be restored, strongholds and agreements will be broken, and each man will come to realize the role and power of the Holy Spirit that qualifies each to step into the battle for relational restoration and soul reclamation.

Press on men!



Life is hard, and change is inevitable. Sometimes it is welcomed, and other times it is overwhelming. As a child abuse survivor who has struggled with mental illness such as anxiety, PTSD, ADD, OCD, addictions and mountains of self-worth issues, I now find myself resilient, empowered and filled with gratitude most days. But that doesn't come easy or natural. It takes intentionality. It takes faith. It takes patient endurance. It takes incredible amounts of self-awareness, honesty, humility, and courage to make choices that are the polar opposite of how you feel. It takes vision and determination, hope and healing. I'm glad you stopped by my blog, I hope you found something of use as I transparently share my journey with others, the highs and the lows, the wisdom and the blunders, in the hopes that my mess becomes a message of hope, encouragement, and strength for even one person. .
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