The Little Foxes

I have learned the hard way. Foxes will stalk their prey for days...weeks even. They study their habits. They learn the weaknesses of their prey. See a fox - scare it away - it will return. You must catch it. You must eliminate it. Or it will kill. A single fox can take out an... Continue Reading →

Created to be Overcomers

Written by Bella Sage   When I think about how to describe my personal walk with God, a lot of words come to mind. Among them are descriptions such as beautiful, endless, intimate, amazing, as well as words such as challenging, frustrating, and even terrifying sometimes. This may seem surprising to some people, but the... Continue Reading →

A Letter to My Three-Year-Old Self

  Dear Three-Year-Old Paula,   I’m so sorry that I never realized how broken and scarred you’ve been all this time. I guess I had shut you down so that I could survive moving forward. You didn’t know how to deal with those you trusted betraying you at such a core identity level. You had... Continue Reading →

The Nature of Addiction

Written by Rosa A. Hopkins Imagine you're in a smoky room, where things are unclear. A seductress leans sultrily into the microphone, as she sings words of unbridled passion. (If you're a woman, picture that this is a man). Things become hazy. She promises a love so strong that your soul will feel its pain... Continue Reading →

Sweep Away the Dirt

[separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"] "I have swept away your sins like a cloud. I have scattered your offenses like the morning mist. Oh, return to Me, for I have paid the price to set you free." (Isaiah 44:22, NLT) [separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"] [separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"] One day I was sweeping the floor. My... Continue Reading →

You are not alone.

It is difficult to confess our weaknesses and struggles.    Nothing that we talk about here on Vision61 is easy.   If you have been visiting recently, you are aware that soon we will be sharing a series of stories and testimonies from people who are [or who have in the past] struggled with self-esteem,... Continue Reading →

There is no flaw in you.

The enemy has done an awfully good job at making us women feel as though we will never measure up - that we will never be pretty enough, or thin enough. The world and media has given us a false perception of what a "normal" body image looks like and false expectations of relationships. Our... Continue Reading →

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