Dear God,

Tuesday, January 1, 2019


“Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 10:31  

On October 12, 2019 I was sick from chemo. I had just "finished" my 6th round (18 overall) of chemo. My body was aching and the nausea was crippling BUT I was praising God. He had saved me ... again. He made me a miracle. I wrote a letter to God and put it in my scrapbook. The letter reads: 

Dear God,

None of this is possible without you. For reasons I do not know you trusted me with this assignment. You thought I was worthy of a miracle. You saw me, made me, and loved me enough to carry this assignment. I have cried a lot and many times I felt forgotten, punished, and afraid. But, you reminded me EVERY DAY that you were with me. I will never deserve you or the amazing people you put into my life but I promise that when I tell the story of this journey YOU WILL ALWAYS GET THE GLORY. You saved me. I may never know why because for so many reasons I am unworthy. You find me worthy. I am humbled. As we move forward and I discover why you saved me I ask that you give me the words to say. Give me good health and stamina to spread love, to inspire, to educate, and share the gift of you. I can never thank or repay you but the rest of my life I will live trying. Whatever time you choose to give me here… let it be used for your glory.

This letter has propelled this business venture. Meditating on the words "when I tell the story..." gave me the idea and courage to bring this business and "Nia" to life.  In this moment God is challenging me to share my testimony so ... Welcome to my story. Thank you in advance for joining me. Please use me an proof that God is still performing miracles.   The song "Sense It" by Tasha Cobbs narrated my entire cancer journey.