Vlog For Mom Leaders: Social Media + Vanity

Today I was forced to examine the things I do… Why do I want to reach people online? Vanity? Applause? Clout? Popularity? Or impact, hope, and spreading the good news of a GREAT GOD? Jeremiah 4:30 — “And you, O desolate one,what do you mean that you dress in scarlet,that you adorn yourself with ornamentsContinue reading “Vlog For Mom Leaders: Social Media + Vanity”

Vlog: Peaceful Night Routine + Recipe

Ending the night with brief journaling + homemade hot cocoa. Recipe: 1 tbsp cocoa powder1 tbsp white sugarDash saltDash cinnamonDash pure vanilla extract1 cup whole milkMicrowaveable mugSpoon Stir together cocoa powder, sugar, salt, cinnamon, and vanilla in your mug. Add milk and stir. It will appear a bit clumpy but will even out once heated.Continue reading “Vlog: Peaceful Night Routine + Recipe”

Vlog: Rejecting the Notion of Perfection

Hi, I’m Keturah! I understand firsthand the importance of soul care as much of what I testify about in the first installment of the Mommyhood Deconstructed Devotional Series (2020) is based on my own personal need to “lay it all out” before God in order to be a healthier Believer and mother. soulcare #motherhood

Blog Post: Perfect Performance Not Necessary

How something so subtle attempts to sneak itself in the journey of grace – “the need to perform.” The journey of grace allows us to stumble, get up again, keep it moving, perhaps stumble again while asking for help, rebound, and the steps continue. The journey of “needing to perform” yields non-confession, stumbling without askingContinue reading “Blog Post: Perfect Performance Not Necessary”

Vlog For Mom Leaders: Dress Yourself For Work (Jeremiah 1)

Never be stunted again in your purpose to lead in some capacity! GOD gives us all a JOB! Be empowered to use your voice (for good) right where you are… Jeremiah 1:17👇🏾“But you dress yourself for work, arise, and say to them everything that I command you.” Moms, caregivers, students, and to those who areContinue reading “Vlog For Mom Leaders: Dress Yourself For Work (Jeremiah 1)”