Beyond the Storm

Beyond the Pulpit

Have you recently experienced a storm in your life? Are you struggling with trauma?

“Let all who take refuge in you, rejoice. Let them sing for joy. Your protection wraps around each one and covers them under your canopy of kindness and joy!” (Ps. 5)

You are not alone…


As I sat in my home last week, I felt the emotional impact of Hurricane Ian, around and within. I was caught in a wind of confusion.

I went outside and stood in the doorway of my back porch, surrounded by plants on both sides.

I raised up my hands in prayer, reciting Psalm 91; reinforcing that God is my defender and protector.

I felt a sense of peace, as the power of the Spirit washed over me. I knew I would be okay, no matter what.

In that moment, God was with me and right now, He is with you…

“You cried out and prayed without ceasing.

I know you were scared, but you listened to my voice and did what I asked.

You got to witness my power.

Never doubt what I can do for you!”

After the storm passed, I surveyed my garden. I was amazed to find many of my plants in tact, especially the flowers; blooming, growing and thriving. I took this as a sign of hope that we can move “Beyond the Storm.”

No matter what happens, take refuge under the wings of the almighty so…

When the wind blows your house will not fall.”*

Into the Garden

This week, meet “Hyacinth Bean”, a new member of the garden. This was a test to try and grow this bean from seed. As you can see, It is thriving; a true blessing from God.

Connect with the Inner Ticker of Life

Tune into today’s podcast, “Beyond the Storm” for the rest of today’s message and discover when we cry out, God shows up. Don’t forget, I will be praying for you…

Keep in Touch: I Want to Hear From You!

*Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life


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