For the month of August, I wanted to study about intentionality (is that even a word? well, you get me!). I wanted to study this specific topic because, I don't know about you, but a lot of times, I find myself wanting to do something that I never actually get to do. I dream, I plan, I brainstorm but when it comes to putting those intentions to actions, sometimes I fail.

My hopes with this scripture plan, if you are like me, is that you will find the strength to get up and actually do what God has placed in your heart to do. It's not always easy, but at the end of the day, it will be rewarded back to us - not by man, but by God. And there's no better reward than that!

I encourage to wake up every morning before work or school, grab a cup of coffee and sit down with a pen and paper and just write whatever comes to mind as you're reading. God wants to reveal so much to us and I feel this strongly, especially with this topic. It's time for something new! Time to stop living like we don't have a purpose or that nothing matters. It's time to be intentional and get the good work done! No more excuses. Come'on guys!

When Tiffany from Hope & Joy in Christ posted about her marriage event this month, I knew I wanted to be apart it. I've shared openly on my blog about the troubles I had in my marriage our fist year and how God restored our relationship two weeks before finalizing our divorce, so of course I wanted to share with you guys some ways to reclaim joy in a christian marriage. It took a devastating process in mine for us to reclaim joy in ours. I've learned many things since the restoration of my marriage, but the main thing that has helped us til this day has been prayer. As a result of having healthy prayer lives, we have been able to see God's grace, mercy and love in our relationship and family, and we have been able to rejoice even in midst of being processed. That's the beauty of prayer! 

To have a happy marriage, you have to be intentional. Everyday wont smell like flowers which is why you have to put in the effort to maintain a healthy relationship. Here I share with you, 3 biblical reasons why you should be praying along with your spouse.

Prayer brings unity into your marriage....

Prayer brings clarity into your marriage....

Prayer brings submission into your marriage....


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