Warrior Princess: Annie F. Downs

I recently started reading "100 Days to Brave: Devotions for Unlocking Your Most Courageous Self". It all started when I picked Brave for my One Word challenge. A month later I was browsing through Target, which is not a usual activity of mine, and Annie's book practically jumped off the bookshelf at me. I couldn't ignore the sign from God to read it so I bought it and now I'm twenty-five days into it. I have to tell you...I LOVE IT!

Warrior Verses to Remember

This is not a complete list of all scripture used in my upcoming book, and it may include more than I am going to use in my book, but all of it is great for you to digest and live off of. I hope it provides you with strength, encouragement, and bravery for whatever it is you're facing in life and in your walk with the Lord. Pick out a few that really speak to you and leave it around for little doses of wisdom and strength. Write it on a piece of paper and use it as a book mark. Grab a dry erase marker and scripture up your bathroom mirror. Whatever it takes to keep some of these in front of you at all times, it's worth it! You're worth it!

Warrior Princess: Melody Noel

Melody Noel Hernandez graduated from the prestigious Clive Davis School of Recorded Music at New York University where she was mentored by Lauren Davis (entertainment attorney) and taught by Benny Blanco, Stargate, and Questlove. During her sophomore year she signed her first publishing deal as a writer to Imagem Music (2012-2015). Upon her graduation she signed with Primary Wave Management who represents artists and writers such as Cee Lo Green, Melissa Ethridge and Smokey Robinson.

Warrior Princess in Fiction: Daenerys Targaryen

With "Game of Thrones" hyped up during its final episodes, I thought it would be a great time to take a look at one of my favorite fictional characters, Daenerys Targaryen---mother of dragons, breaker of chains, and a whole slew of other names. Though she doesn't always display characters of Christ in her actions, can any of us say we do as well? Lets dig deeper into her redeeming qualities that make her a wonderful Warrior Princess.

Accepting Yourself

When I read this verse, it really hit home for me. I have a 4-year-old daughter and when I read this, I pictured her asking me those questions and it tore at my heart. But, we ask God these questions all the time. "Why, God, did you make me this heavy-set? Why, God, did you give me such bad acne? Why, God, did I have to have frizzy hair?" No matter what it is, we all have issues with our bodies and self. It's one of the biggest issues women face today. For the longest time, I had a huge laundry list of things I wanted to change about myself.