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A truth about life is that for most we don't remember days; we remember moments. Some moments we cherish, some we'd like to flush down the toilet. But, we can't because it's impossible to rewind life. Even when we try to accept and live on, they will rear their ugly head and dictate how we perceive life, and treat others and ourselves.
Why do traumatic moments stick to us like fly paper but positive ones seemingly need to be nudged?
I grew up in an alcohol environment, under two different father figures, the oldest of five siblings, learned life from the street, poor, and confused. Being molested as a child, I looked for self-worth through sex, alcohol, and drugs. Like most, this path led me to a brick wall of confusion and despair. As I got older, I slowed down but never left the path. One day I was weary of banging my head on the same emotional wall. I cried out for help from a God I didn't know and met Jesus.
Now I am on His path.
The Word Says ministry began when the Lord inspired me to help those who struggle with those nasty nougat moments of life as I once did...
Why does the aftertaste of those moments linger when it was so long ago?
Why do I react with anger and frustration?
Why do I feel unworthy, without purpose?
Why do I feel like I need to be high to feel right?
Why? Why? Why?
Know this, it's not your fault, but it is your choice.
The good things in life.
Through Christ, you can choose the choice of freedom from those estranging nougat moments.
Allow Jesus to clean your palate with His Living Water.
Let me help you along the way.
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