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October: National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Every time I see the pink ribbons, balloons, pink lemonade and everything else associated with the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I get sad because the link to breast cancer and abortions and contraceptives isn’t addressed in the campaign. I was invited to speak at a Breast Cancer Awareness event in Atlanta. I am so sorry that I was already booked for something else, because I really would have gone and passed out the ABC’s of breast cancer brochures and also “The Pill Kills.” I am so very glad that the Atlanta Archdiocese is stepping in and asking people not to support Komen because they still give money to Planned Parenthood. Please read the book PLANNED BULLYHOOD.

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Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012


When God wants to bless you, He sends a person in your life.

When the devil wants to destroy you, he sends a person in your life.

How can we tell the difference? By knowing your people connections.

Your success depends on the quality of people you are connected to, and there are two types of people you’ll come in contact with throughout your lifetime:

1) Those who add and multiply, making you more than you are;

2) And those who subtract and divide, thereby devaluing you.

Never allow people into your life without knowing their agenda.

Find out where they came from and why they want to be connected to you.

When a person is in your life and your life is declining, they are not a God connection!

A healthy connection will protect your self-worth even when you’re experiencing a season of pain
or struggling with a failure in your life.

A true God connection will never abandon his assignment until you reach your full potential! Stay Blessed & have an Awesome God inspiring week.

Father, in the name of Jesus Christ the Son of the Living God, I pray you open doors for the person who shared this with me as well as those I am sending it to. Only you can open doors no man can close and for that we honour you today.

Thank you for the open doors of life, health, strength, prosperity in my soul, wisdom, wealth, and love. Also, thank you for closing the doors of death, sickness, weakness, despair, poverty, and bitterness. We love you today Lord and give you all the glory and all the praise. I seal this prayer in Jesus’ name, Amen!!!

If you need God to open a door, pray this prayer for the person who shared it with you and for those you are sharing it with. Believe in your heart and you shall receive what God has for you.

I need a door opened…

But even if you do not need God to open some doors for you, pass it on anyway.


We really need to consider our motives and the motives of others as we enter into personal and professional relationships.

Many times we have good motives and we enter into a relationship with someone because they say that they too want to help others. And like a Trojan horse, we open the gates of our lives or our organizations to them only to find out that we had been lied to and they weren’t exactly who they say they were. Sure they do just enough good so that we continue to partner with them and we let ourselves be deceived about the harm they are doing. We don’t want to believe that such evil can exist. We don’t want to admit that we are participating in that evil by association. It’s easier on our conscience to deny that any evil is being done.

Organizations like Komen for the Cure, Girl Scouts of America, United Way, The Congressional Black Caucus, the NAACP, and Catholic Campaign for Human Development have formed such partnerships with organizations involved in the abortion industry. A recent media frenzy ensued when Komen tried to separate itself form Planned Parenthood such that, due to bully tactics on Planned Parenthood’s part, the partnership seems to still be intact. We encourage these and other organizations to re-evaluate their partnerships and break ties with those that devalue them.

To admit that we made a mistake is a difficult thing to do for anyone. Pride is a powerful vice. We all make mistakes. Admitting that a relationship or partnership is not a good one is the first step to overcoming pride and healing ourselves and our country.

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A Teachable and Preachable Moment

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Friends, please read the articles at the links below. Janet Morana and I share several things in common. She, along with Georgette Forney, is a co-founder of Silent No More Awareness. I am a spokeswoman for SNMA. Janet was a school teacher for many years before she began her ministry for life with Priests for Life. Yours truly was a college professor for 19 years. Janet’s blog, teachable moment is truly just that. Then, there are the gag orders from the Army and the Department of Health and Human Services. Now, I join Janet in urging you to take positive action regarding Komen. Friends, we need to teach, preach, pray and act now! Please take a moment to read and then act. Follow the steps outlined in the second link! God bless you!

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