Know That I Am God While You’re Being Still

by Yvonne Chase

We’re used to being busy. Society says if you’re busy you’re productive. If you’re not busy, then you’re not productive. You’re not doing enough. The busier we are, the more productive we’re said to be, however, how many of us know that’s not true? Instead of busyness, we are faced with stillness. You ever do […]

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Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread

by Yvonne Chase

Guess what? I found toilet paper. It was a Wednesday afternoon on a random stop into Walgreens to pick up something else when I turned my head and boom there it was; a shelf with individual Big Rolls of toilet paper. My favorite kind. And it was on sale; 10 rolls for $5. I immediately […]

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Rona Is Forcing Us To Shift How We Be

by Yvonne Chase

Who would’ve thunk it? Three months into 2020 and we’re on lockdown. New York City schools are closed, Broadway is dark, church services are canceled indefinitely because of the 500 max ban and we’re all in the house because of Rona AKA the Coronavirus. Rockefeller Center was quiet as a mouse on Friday and you […]

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Staying, Is Not Your Only Option

by Yvonne Chase

A hit dog will holler. My last post Walk Away As Jesus Did didn’t go over so well with Christians. Many assumed I wrote it because of my current circumstance. While I’m beyond grateful Gary’s book found its way into my life at this time, it had nothing to do with it. Michelle, a woman […]

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Walk Away As Jesus Did

by Yvonne Chase

Evil doesn’t always come sporting a goatee & carrying a pitchfork. It doesn’t always present itself with malice. It can use words of love, faith, proper authority, and even scripture. But evil always destroys. Sometimes quickly sometimes slowly, but eventually it takes its toll. Gary Thomas shared those words in his new book When To […]

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In The Spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King

by Yvonne Chase

Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. If you know anything about him, you know he was a man who faced great opposition yet spoke up and always stood up for truth and righteousness. When you come to this space, you’re usually reading my take on someone […]

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Manipulators Will Manipulate You If You Let Them

by Yvonne Chase

Someone asked me a question the other day; a personal question about my life that for me came out of nowhere because there’s no real communication between me and him. My response was, “I’m not discussing my personal life with people I don’t trust.” I don’t know about you, however, if someone I care about […]

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Sergey Made The First Day Of 2020 Great

by Yvonne Chase

Hello readers, what’s been the best part of your New Year so far? I smiled from ear to ear when I looked down at my phone and saw a happy new year text from Sergey, my former neighbor. That text made the first day of 2020 great! Sergey and I lived on the same floor […]

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Dogs And Romance Don’t Go Together For Ashima

by Yvonne Chase

I am terrified of dogs and have been since I was a child growing up in Nassau Bahamas. Here’s the thing, we had two dogs of our own; Gilda and Flip. Gilda was a sweet dog and Flip was a black shiny wild dog. Our dogs never came into the house. They stayed in the […]

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Kissing A Lot Of Frogs Is A Choice

by Yvonne Chase

We’ve all heard the saying; you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you meet your prince. It’s been said so often that many women believe it. I don’t! I recall a time when Mark and I were getting to know each other. He took his time making a decision about moving forward because […]

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