SNEAK PEAK of “Jude Priestly Journals”

Life appeared incomprehensible without Levi. In no way, could I ever be the impeccable man my brother was. “Honorable. Reliable. Protector. Friend. Son. Brother.” Those words could all be placed on his tombstone. He was only 27-years-old. Unmarried. No children. Without an heir, that meant I was expected to take over the family business. It was odd to call it a “Family Business”. It was more of a priesthood given to clans that carried from one generation to the next. Long ago, before any book was ever written. The Creator called one pagan man to be His friend, and from … Continue reading SNEAK PEAK of “Jude Priestly Journals”

Meet the Priestlys

As you know, a brand new series will kickstart at the end of July. The series will embark on a supernatural journey. Let me introduce you to Jude the way he appears at the beginning of the story: At 18, Jude parts ways with his family in Paradise Falls, Nevada. With only $2,000 to his name, he gets a job at the Moroccan Palace Grand Hotel as a bellhop. The first time he hears an electric guitar live and in person, he becomes determined to play. Once he masters the instrument in a month, he forms a band with fellow … Continue reading Meet the Priestlys

Easy Lightweight

I’m not super savvy with boxing nor the game’s terminology, but I do know there are heavyweight fighters and lightweight fighters. The two terms are directly connected to the weight of the boxers. And may I remind you, I’m not a scholar or an ordained minister, I am just a fellow sister in Christ and one of His disciples. As I study God and allow His Spirit to shape my perspective, I have concluded that Jesus calls us to be lightweight boxers as we take the Kingdom of God by force, and this task is easy when comparing it to … Continue reading Easy Lightweight