Love in Death

Hey guys!

For a while, I’ve been trying my hand at publishing a short story on Wattpad.

Love in Death Cover

It’s a ten-part series, and over the past five weeks, I’ve been releasing it two chapters at a time. Well, today, I finally uploaded the last two chapters! Yay me!

What’s it about, you ask? Well…

Charity’s life is spiraling out of control. She lost her father to cancer, and without him, her life is bleak. She’s given up, finding solace in the bottle.

Gabe, her best friend, tries to snap her out of her depression, worried about her future, and it’s time that he did something about it.

As Charity begins to find handwritten notes from her father, encouraging her to move on without him, she doesn’t understand why he would do this to her.

With Gabe’s help, will Charity realize that life goes on after death and that her father’s spirit will live in her forever? Or will she give up completely?

Read this YA Inspirational piece in its entirety today!

Who am I?

Sometimes, I seem to forgot just who I am.

Auntie? Sister? Daughter?

Author? Proofreader? Editor?

Friend? Foe?

Who am I?

I wear many hats, and sometimes, it can get overwhelming. Just who am I? I’ve forgotten how to be me, but there’s one thing about me that never changes…

I'm a daughter of The King.

I’m an heir. I walk in God’s authority. I’m His princess. I am beautiful in His sight.


And no matter how I feel–that is all I need to remember. It’s enough.

In fact, it’s more than enough. I shouldn’t let anything else define me. The only thing that should define us is who we are in Christ, and I let things get in the way of that. I shouldn’t have, and I’m going to do my best to never let that happen again.

Sometimes, I feel like I’m in the shadows of my parents’ ministry, that I’ll never live up to them. But God didn’t give me the same ministry as them, so I shouldn’t compare myself with them. I shouldn’t compare myself with anyone.

I am who God has called me to be, and that is what I should be happy with.

It’s hard to remember that at times. God doesn’t call me to be like you, and He hasn’t called you to be like me. We each have a different calling, and that’s okay. That’s more than okay. It’s what makes us unique. It’s what makes us able to work in the Kingdom.

So today, remember who you are. You’re a child of God, and THAT is what matters.

Who am I? I’m God’s. I was uniquely, wonderfully and fearfully made. I’m His. Just as you are His. You were uniquely, wonderfully, and fearfully made. You are an heir and walk in His authority.