Jen's Jesus Journey

My Little Bit of Faith & This Mountain Piece of Chocolate Cake

I felt the Lord say to me, that what I did in talking about cleaning up my diet and getting more proactive on an exercise regime, was just the same thing as my ex did when he talked about quitting coke. My ex never really meant it, he never actually meant to go through with getting clean. And the Holy Spirit completely called me out that all I was doing with my talk of cleaning up my diet and increasing exercise was only a weak-hearted attempt at exorcising my guilt.

Destinee's Devotionals

“Happily Ever After” Doesn’t Exist

Don’t worry, this isn’t some emo, pessimistic blog as the title may lead you to believe. You see, “happily ever after” doesn’t exist HERE on earth. I was longing for something that exists in heaven. I had false expectations of the men in my life because I tried to put them in Jesus’ shoes. Let me tell you, a lover makes for a horrible god!

Jen's Jesus Journey, Poetry

Darkness & Light by Jenne Brown ©

In hours between dusk and dawn When minds are weary and drawn, When souls are meant for sleeping Crackling light comes streaking. Illuminating dreams with eerie shadows, Pounding sounds of battle’s bellow.   Too soon a banshee shrieking Bursts upon my slumber, seeking Entrance into my unfocused state, As impoverished senses strive awake To find …

Jen's Jesus Journey, Poetry

To Daddy – Ode to Triteness, A Story

To Daddy (Ode to Triteness – A Story)   (Dramatic) ‘Twas a dark and stormy night, When I felt pain of broken heart… “Cut, stop! Quit, I say! That’s too trite!” “Oh, father! Please! Don’t even start!”   (sigh, plaintive) The one screaming ‘trite,’ that’s daddy dear, The one moaning – that’s me. Accusing finger …