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Turn the Unplanned to Purposeful

Turn the Unplanned to Purposeful

God says: go out to the world and multiply. Satan says: I came to steal, deceive and destroy. Satan also says: if a child is unplanned, then he/she is unwanted and unloved. But God says: circumstances don’t change the conditions of our worth, and we are stronger than...

Bad is Not Bad

Bad is Not Bad

Every morning before I walk my children to their classroom, I will ask them this question: ”what's the secret of having a good day?” Their answer would be: “having a good attitude,” and with a smile and kiss, they go off to conquer their day. My hope is with this...

The End Game

The End Game

For a long time, I was torn between wanting to know everything going on in this world and the struggle to protect my inner peace. “Shouldn’t we know what’s really going on so we can make sound decisions for our families?” I always give this answer when my hubby...

All For Love

All For Love

My mops group had a great weekend at Momcon in Nashville! Amazing worship band, incredible speakers, and bonding time with fellow mamas sprinkled with plenty of Nashville fun!! There is definitely something to be said about corporate worship —God made us humans to be...

In Dark Water

In Dark Water

I have thought of many titles for this new painting.  I finally settled with “In dark water”. The inspiration came from 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18: ”Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”...

A Slippery Slope Away From God

A Slippery Slope Away From God

Now FB-controlled Youtube is banning prayers over COVID. Can people see? We are on a slippery slope. Look around everything that is happening—what will be banned next? Christians? The very name of God?  Take note, It’s not a fight between black and white,...

Be Hold and Be Still

Be Hold and Be Still

I titled my new painting “behold and be still.” It’s hard to be still these days. I mean, the REAL peace and calmness comes from being still in the truth. I know, sister. We all struggle silently. You will never know what kind of internal enemy the person next to you...

A Refugee’s Take on America

A Refugee’s Take on America

Sometimes the most unexpected conversations happen in the most unexpected places. She was my nail beautician, slim and petite, wearing a pair of glasses and a mask. But she possesses an attitude of ”I’ve seen it all, know it all” which raised my curiosity. Somehow...

Fearless

Fearless

Before I tell you the background about this painting, please let me ask you, friend: Did this past year feel very heavy to you too? Tell me about it, sister! The vision of this painting came into my mind when I was wrestling with the dark spirit. This image conveyed...