My Latest Posts


  • You can’t live in the gray
    There is nothing wrong with being clear about what you want. Jesus said; …“But let your statement be, ‘Yes, yes’ or ‘No, no’ [a firm yes or no]; anything more than that comes from the evil one.” (Matthew 5:37) How more productive would we be if we applied this principle more in our lives? I … Continue reading You can’t live in the gray
  • Rich in the right currency
    The sooner we realize it all belongs to God, the sooner we stop participating and facilitating the foolishness we see in the world that’s propagandized by media. Deceit, anger, hate, and fear are the tools of the enemy – to play us like pawns. The goal is to fool you into believing and behaving as … Continue reading Rich in the right currency
  • My daily prayer
    “Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me. Do not cast me away from Your presence and do not take Your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of Your salvation and sustain me with a willing spirit. Then I will teach transgressors Your ways, and … Continue reading My daily prayer
  • Diversity is a gift, not an excuse for hate
    God doesn’t make mistakes. We are diverse for a reason. Where you were born, the family you were born into, your sex, your gifts and talents are all things we use as an excuse for division. However, as His children we are called to work together for His glory. Jesus has a plan and purpose … Continue reading Diversity is a gift, not an excuse for hate
  • Satan’s Game
    Conflict and confusion is the name of the game – play it at your own peril because “the fix” is in the world’s favor. We don’t have to play the game because Jesus Christ has already made us victorious. The church needs to stand unified against evil and pray according to the Word. I don’t … Continue reading Satan’s Game
  • This too will pass…
    Daylight is coming… but at this hour you may feel anxious and alone. Evil loves the cover of darkness and being cloaked by confusion. You have far more questions than you have answers. The enemy thinks he has an advantage – but it’s okay that we can’t see in the dark. We walk by faith, … Continue reading This too will pass…
  • Surviving Covid Part 2
    The next step I knew I had to take was to start the vitamin supplement protocol my wife was on. I required high dose of: Vitamin C Vitamin D Zinc My medical provider explained that Zinc would take out basically any virus, but you need Vitamin C and D to get it to your cells. … Continue reading Surviving Covid Part 2
  • Surviving Covid Part 1
    I have to start by saying that I don’t know if I suffered from a variant or not. I can say that what I have experienced is nothing short of something demonic. In my entire life I have never experienced symptoms from a so called virus that I experienced with Covid. The first few days … Continue reading Surviving Covid Part 1
  • A Childhood Lesson
    There is no shortage of crazy in the world right now. I found myself asking when did this get so far out of hand? The weirdest thing happened, I started thinking about when I first heard the child Bible song that goes “Be careful little eyes what you see….” I was just a kid then, … Continue reading A Childhood Lesson
  • Hate resolves nothing
    “Above all, keep fervent in your love for one another, because love covers a multitude of sins.” (1 Peter 4:8) “Hatred stirs up strife, But love covers all transgressions.” (Proverbs 10:12) This may be some hard truth for some people, but if you have hate in your heart – that’s on you. There isn’t a … Continue reading Hate resolves nothing
  • Deal with the root
    The Word was given to conquer sin, not as a bandaid to keep up appearances. Every problem you have or had in your life can be traced back to sin – whether the affect was indirect or direct. I hear “just comply with the guidelines” and things will get better. I got news for you … Continue reading Deal with the root
  • Healing starts with forgiveness
    We’ve all been hurt to different degrees in the past. In a lot of cases the pain has faded, in others we choose press it down and live with it – and then there’s the pain that we choose to identify with. This pain can transform us and distort reality as we try to compensate … Continue reading Healing starts with forgiveness
  • What you have is greater
    Are you successful? Before answering that question, think about the standard of measure you are using. Jesus was literally offered the kingdoms of world. How could He refuse? Jesus knew what He had – an intimate relationship with the Father which is far greater. Temporal thinking will keep you from realizing your full potential. Understand … Continue reading What you have is greater
  • Source of Peace
    The world can’t offer you peace – nor does it really want to. The evil in this world however, will never stop promising and promoting a utopia that cost you your soul. In order to have peace, I found there’s two things I have to do daily: First, I acknowledge Jesus Christ is my source … Continue reading Source of Peace
  • Equality
    Equality – I think it’s one of the most misused and abused words in our country today. There is no problem with the word equality itself, but the context in which it is used today often shuts down communication before it begins. The world wants you to believe it can be a utopia of equal … Continue reading Equality
  • Trust in the Lord
    In a crisis we immediately go to what we know – based on what experience has taught us that works, or what has been drilled into us to become reflex. My experience in the military as Navy medic is a great example. I received training to take specific actions after a quick assessment without second … Continue reading Trust in the Lord
  • Crush Anxiety
    “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” (Philippians 4:6) God knows what you are going through, and He has the solutions we are seeking – we only need to ask. Truth is, what I just stated isn’t news to most of … Continue reading Crush Anxiety
  • Real Freedom
    There’s a lot of talk about modern slavery, inequality, and now reparations to fix the injustice. I want share my heart… First of all, we can’t correct the past – even if we could time travel, we still wouldn’t get it right. That’s why we needed a savior. Which brings up the next and main … Continue reading Real Freedom
  • Window to your soul
    You have heard that “the eyes are the windows to your soul.” There’s a lot of truth to that – and world spares no expense to break through. Commercials and billboards are child’s play compared to our now smart-phone tech savvy society. One could say that we are laser targeted, coerced, and even brain washed … Continue reading Window to your soul
  • Accountability
    We should not fear holding one another accountable. Speaking truth in love can hurt sometimes, but it should be done in such a way that it leads to repentance – not anger. Forgiveness goes hand in hand with the rebuke because our desire should be restoration rather than separation. I do wonder sometimes if we … Continue reading Accountability
  • Blessed
    We all long to see the craziness in this world to be restored. But we can’t be short sighted. Jesus calls us blessed or “fortunate” because of our inheritance – restoration is guaranteed! Jesus also taught us to pray; “Your kingdom come. Your will be done, On earth as it is in heaven.” (Matthew 6:10) … Continue reading Blessed
  • Root of conflict
    How do I deal with conflict? I take the time to get to know people. You want to get to know me? Hi, my name is Alexis Perry. My friends call me Lex so please do. I base and maintain relationships on the principles and precepts taught by Jesus Christ. In other words, we don’t … Continue reading Root of conflict
  • Housekeeping
    Accountability is a two way street. Being a true friend that speaks life into a brother or sister’s bad situation is a tremendous blessing – but let’s face it, we all need to spend some time in our own backyard. Otherwise we lose credibility and influence – no matter how much truth you speak. Jesus … Continue reading Housekeeping
  • Is it important or just a distraction?
    At this stage in my life, my kids are adults and I’m prayerfully a little wiser, God put two things on my heart – be intentional and keep balance. I found I have to be “present” in everything I do, which is so much easier said than done. The world makes avoiding distractions somehow appear … Continue reading Is it important or just a distraction?
  • Dying to self
    Christ in me… Imagine if we truly take a hold of that truth – everyday the moment we wake up. What would be the impact in our home, the Church, our communities? “Dying to self” is a phrase many of us are familiar with, but can’t allow it to become “christianese”. This is step one … Continue reading Dying to self