It’s been quite sometime since I have had the opportunity to write a bit. But, now is the time to share an amazing life experience of fear.

The summer offered a transition from a very challenging winter and early spring; I conquered the fear of knowing and moving forward. Of course, I had a great example in front of me to follow. A very dear, close friend and confidant faced fear of failure that in essence led the individual to make decisions and negotiated deals that could have cost family, friends, finances and ministry. There was a lot of pain in purpose and the testing of transparency that the individual had to face along with questions, interrogation, and shame. When I questioned my friend, I kept looking for a complex response and analytical combinations, but it was straightforward: fear of failure and disappointment to others. In the words of my…

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