C.O.P.I. Identity Christian Women’s Conference

Today was day 1 of the Christian women’s conference held by a local church. As a new Christian, I figured this was my change to learn something new, to be surrounded by other Christians and hear some great words from a different Pastor than I normally hear from each Sunday. Here are just some of the great nuggets of wisdom I gleaned from Day 1 About Community We must all be planted not just in God’s word but in a church, one church, a community in order to be surrounded and to defeat Satan. No hopping from church to church,… Read more

How My Call to God Affects My Family

My family is not religious. Not the immediate family, nor extended, on either sides. So my kids have grown up knowing there are religions out there but not really being surrounded by it. As I mentioned in a previous post, we celebrated the secular version of Christmas and Easter and although we celebrated some Jewish holidays too, I’d consider the family very reform so it’s not religious exactly. So when I was called to Christianity and have since been embracing it with daily prayer, bible reading and studying and Christian music, it was a lot more than my family was… Read more

Books About Faith

Since I became interested in Christianity, I’ve been acquiring books like crazy.  I’ve spent almost $200 on books, most of which were faith related and most of which were only $1-$5 each. This is my Christian book shelf. I’m running out of room and I still have more books on there way to me (half were bought online, half from thrift stores) Here is a closer look  Do you see any books you’ve read? I’ve only read about 4 of them but I’m going through them as fast as I can. I also acquired a regular bible and a study… Read more

Christian Memories

My mom is technically Roman Catholic while my dad is technically Jewish. I say technically because although both were raised as such a little bit, neither one attended church/temple or followed the laws in the Bible. However they had enough background that I was raised learning of both religions and then later on in life, only the Jewish culture as we celebrated Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah and Passover every year. Christmas and Easter were always secular though. As such as I got older, I showed and interest in Judaism and took it upon myself to learn more while my Christian side… Read more

My Calling

During the dark time of early 2015 I was plagued with visions of evil things and I saw demons. It was a scary time. Beyond it all, I felt a calling but I ignored it for the most part in the beginning because I was fighting my demons. Once I went to the hospital and starting getting better, I was able to embrace the calling and give in to the need to reach out and learn. I grabbed the nearest bible and started reading. A friend in hospital called Jamie and I were talking about music and she mentioned that… Read more