Featured GUEST BLOGGER — Amy Elaine

I love coming across great websites in the blogging community and social media networks that inspires my soul. This week’s featured author is one that caught my heart. Her website, amyelaine.com, is all about helping heart-shattered lives become whole again and live in victory. Not only does she write, but Amy is a speaker and the host of Real Victory Radio with great podcasts you can listen to on her site.

Below is a link to one of her posts, How to Walk in the Freedom of Your Destiny and Calling.

Fear tried to keep me from staking my claim in the Kingdom. Similarly, shame kept me paralyzed and unable to take possession of what was rightfully mine…Intimacy with God unlocks the mystery of our identity & calling. ~ Amy Elaine

Let’s put fear aside today, walk in the freedom of all God’s called us to do, and move one step closer to developing the purpose within us! Join me in welcoming our guest for this week Amy Elaine! Be Blessed! Be Revealed!

This one’s for the girl who’s been knocked down and counted out, left not just thinking, but truly believing she’ll never find her God-given destiny, her calling. 1,873 more words

via How to Walk in the Freedom of Your Destiny and Calling — Amy Elaine



This week’s featured guest is a Christian writer, Bible teacher, and breast cancer survivor. I came across her blog while on social media and had to share how she motivates and encourages people to press through life’s challenges, trials, and setbacks. Not only that, she has written a book called OVERCOMER: 25 Keys to Walking Victoriously. Take some time to visit Aretha Grant’s website ReeInspired.com, it will truly bless you.

Think about someone who has betrayed or abandoned you, someone who has hurt you deeply. Do you have that person in your mind? No? Ok, I’ll wait…… Ok, do you have them in your mind now? 36 more words

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Be Blessed! Be Revealed!

Featured GUEST BLOGGER 9/21— Grace Over Pain

Our featured guest for the week is Efua, the author of the blog site graceoverpain.com. Her posts are edifying, inspiring, and most importantly shows her passion for the Lord. Here is one of her featured posts: “3 Categories of People You Need In Your Life.” Read more about Efua and Grace Over Pain by clicking the link below! Be Blessed! Be Revealed!

Before you read this post, please get a pen and paper so you can do the tasks. You will find them very helpful in the end. Yesterday I talked about how to know who your real friends are. If you haven’t yet seen that post, you can read it here. Today I want to draw […]

via The 3 Categories of People You Need in Your Life | A MUST READ! — Grace Over Pain

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Featured GUEST BLOGGER 9/14 – Teen, Meet God – Word of the Week – Royalty

This week’s featured guest blogger is Teen, Meet God! Her posts are beautifully adorned with photography that brings the message to life. Check out her blog today and the authentic nature of her writing. Have a great weekend and will see you on Monday! Be Blessed. Be Revealed.

Today’s word was suggested by Efua! Say not that thou hast royal blood in thy veins and art born of God, unless thou canst prove thy pedigree by daring to be holy. – William Gurnall Thou shalt also be a crown of glory in the hand of the LORD, and a royal diadem in the […]

via Word of the Week – Royalty — Teen, Meet God

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Dream Big, Dream Often

As most of my followers know I am big into helping other bloggers gain more exposure. My goal has been to grow a community of like-minded people and I am part way to my goal.  I am bringing back the open call to leave a link and I’ll share it for you!!

To get a reblog you must do the following:

  1. leave me a link to your page, and
  2. Share this post with your followers.

Each day I’ll randomly select 3 links to reblog.  I’m not sure it gets much simpler.  You can leave as many links as you want and I’ll cycle this post from day-to-day so more people can jump on board.

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Dream Big With Others!

The Meet and Greet continues today and will conclude this evening so be sure to jump in and have some fun! And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!! Meet and Greet Link

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I Felt Like Lebron


Just a few days ago I had a little extra free time on my hands, so I thought I would make use of it and hit the gym and basketball courts from a busy week. From someone who is used to being in the gym everyday of the week and on the court, to now being back in the classroom and teaching is a complete shift and adjustment for my body…however, I found out quickly my mind did not make that transition altogether yet.

So there I was playing pick up basketball with some people in the neighborhood. I stepped on the court, the only female there, and my competitive nature kicked in. Mind you I haven’t played in a couple of weeks or even warmed up my body to prepare for the run, but I thought, “I’ll be alright.” This older gentleman (I’m trying to be nice) was guarding me… so again, in my mind I’m thinking “go to work.”

At first my body wasn’t moving like I wanted it to. Then with a few runs up and down the court, I caught my second wind, hit a jumper in the corner, got a few oohs from the crowd, and picked up my game. Then I crossed a defender and made a drive down the lane and suddenly started “feeling myself.” It’s okay to laugh…I felt like Lebron.

Anyways, that feeling didn’t last long.

Because the next play I caught the ball and came down on my ankle all wrong. So now, I’m walking around with a LIMP. I’ll probably be rehabbing my ankle for a few weeks. It’s alright; I’ll be back to normal in no time. But what does this have to do with you or anything for that matter?

A limp doesn’t stop the walk. A failure doesn’t stop the process. Being tired doesn’t mean I stop altogether. I keep going. You keep going. In the end you’ll win the prize as long as you keep going.

So yes, in the end you can “feel like LeBron” holding up the NBA championship trophy after years of disappointment and close calls. As Christians, our goal is to eventually hear the words, “…Well done, my good and faithful servant. You have been faithful in handling this small amount, so now I will give you many more responsibilities. Let’s celebrate together!” (Matthew 25:21 NLT)

Now please, hear me correctly. Do not picture yourself crossing the finish line crippled, or holding up the trophy weak and tired. LeBron was playing his best basketball when he held up the trophy. We too will be walking in full stride and strength when we ultimately win our prize. However, it’s in the journey that we will experience these “limps” along the way. So keep walking! Keep going! Imagine victory around the corner and the taste of triumph in your mouth. We will win if we do not faint.

One last thing…go read my friend’s post from today (link below)…she has an encouraging and powerful message that will enrich and inspire your hearts to never give up! Be Blessed family! Be Revealed!

Source: My Life as a Storyteller