Latest posts by Emelda De Coteau (see all)
- Freedom for All, Not Just a Few - July 4, 2019
- Inspiration For Your Ears & Soul: From Lauren Daigle’sInspiring Music to Victory Over Struggle - October 20, 2018
- Blogging Again – Staying Woke & In Faith - October 17, 2018
I took some time off from blogging. My mind and body needed the rest. And quite honestly, I wrestle with mild depression every now and then. But I am back, determined to rise above the obstacles. Of course inspiration from around the web never stops.
Thrilled to share some of it with you today:
I recently started writing with an awesome team of writers over at Our Words Collaborative, where we share daily devotionals rooted in our faith journey. So many beautiful words of love and light. You can catch up on all past writings here.
I have prayed for God to send me a sign of needed healing and deliverance, and I asked for deer. I now see them everywhere. (“He maketh my feet like hinds’ feet, and setteth me upon my high places.” Psalm 18:33) Recently I googled the meaning and stumbled across this lovely blog post.
My good friend Nellie over at Adalmar Life (and our new contributing-writer-at-large), recommended this deeply personal and profound book, Wild and Free: A Hope-Filled Anthem for the Woman Who Feels She Is Both Too Much and Never Enough. I cannot put it down. Such depth and beauty…
Becky Dvorak is a powerful healer and teacher of God’s word. Her e-newsletters always lift my spirits. This piece speaks about renewing our mindsets to receive healing.
Bishop T.D. Jakes on dealing with pressure , and seeking authenticity over allure of images.
Lessons one Mama entrepreneur learned from her 13-year-old son.