Cornieta and Brandon Whitfield’s book “Interruption” is a must-read for anyone who has experienced a setback in life. Whether a life-changing tragedy or a small blip on the radar, this book will help you understand how all detours can help point you toward your God-given purpose.
In 2012, I wrote this story as a response to a writing prompt. It was shared live within some churches across the east coast by friends and people who read it and asked if they could do so. I have read it in Toastmasters meetings and shared it in live readings over the years. Today I took it out to dust it off, improve it a bit, and remind myself of the power of sharing our stories.
We filmed a fun book launch and webinar talking about life’s interruptions. Join us on the chat!
Let’s stop wishing away who we are in hopes of who we want to be.
There are so many stories that make up our lives. Each one has an audience that it will resonate with best. When we’re writing books, we decide which story to tell and which audience we desire to speak to. We don’t try to speak to everyone at once.
Scripture affirmations to speak over yourself each morning.
Sometimes you have to trust the wink and believe that thing will work out the way they are supposed to.
When you’ve been hurt by the church, it can be pretty hard to want to go back. This is my letter to you who have been hurt. I am sorry we’ve hurt you.
So many of us feel like life happens to us. As Christians, many of us have been taught that all things are out of our control due to predestination. However, we have the ability to choose our life and what we do with it. How can your life change by realizing this?
Are you feeling like life has stalled? Have you experienced a broken heart? Do you wonder how your life is going to make sense? My book “When I Stopped Remembering Tomorrow” shares a walk through my life as I overcome some pretty tragic events and learn to fall in love with who I am. In doing so, I met God on the way. This book is a very honest look at my journey to loving the God I thought I knew.