I’m Still Alive and Worshipping Jesus!


Hi y’all!

Yes, I am alive and still on fire for God! My God’s not dead and neither am I! 🙂

Basically, some people have posted comments on here recently, and when you do they go to my email  for approval and that is what reminded me about this old blog I used to have. I know my last post was one saying that I will be posting more things (which never happened and I am truly sorry for that! Oh life, it interferes with everything!). I’m definitely NOT getting on here to make any promises, like “I will post every day/week/month/etc!” because I really have no idea what my plans are for this blog and I’m not going to promise something I already know I can’t fulfill.

I’m going to try to post whenever I have a message that Jesus leads me to write down. I think that is a good goal right? 🙂


To summarize what my life has been like since the last post:

– I never backslid or anything like that, don’t worry! I actually became even MORE involved with church. I am one of the three people who run PA/Sound at my church, I’ve taught some semesters of my church’s Sunday School, and I’m still singing (terribly!) in the choir. I have also been helping my church’s national organization completely reestablish a subdivision of one of their ministries, completely revamping it to reach out to over 250+ souls in need of the word of God.

– I’ve drawn closer to God than ever before in my walk, and I definitely feel blessed and highly favored. You know when you start doing something great and suddenly you just want to do it 24/7; you just want to get better and invest more of your time in it? That is how I am now. I’ve been really busy doing these things for God and the church, and yet all I keep thinking is: I NEED to do MORE. I WANT MORE, I’m NOT WORTHY of His mercy and I’m DESPERATE to do MORE of His will and His work! That may not make sense to many of you, but I will never be worthy of all that He has given me and I’m just pressed to find more ways to show Jesus that I appreciate Him and need Him. (I’m currently toying with the idea of going on a mission overseas…)

– I also have a full-time job that I’m loving! I’m actually jotting this down during my lunch break. It’s sucking up a lot of my time because my commute is about an hour and a half, but it’s providing a paycheck!


Sometimes I text my close friends little thoughts that come into my mind randomly. In the past couple of days one of my friends suggested I start a blog, and she was the first person I know in real life who I told about this blog. She has urged me again today to revamp it and post on it more, so this is partly because of her! Love you girl! (She still hasn’t discovered the blog though because it is anonymous and I’m not telling! Haha!)

I just wanted to say that I appreciate each and every one of you reading, and I hope you know that more than anything, God loves you. If you don’t go to a Pentecostal/Apostolic church, please find one in your area and just try it out once, your life may never be the same.

❤ Passionate Pentecostal


8 responses »

  1. this blog inspires me so much thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. God bless you continually sister in Jesus name 🙂

  2. When i was praying to God about converting over to Apostolic I was praying for answers and scriptures on why we do the things we do like not cutting hair,makeup, dresses, etc. and God led me to your blog. I thank you for breaking it down the way you did for that because it gave me an understanding and now I love my life living for the LORD and my church family is amazing.I am a fully Apostolic Pentecostal and I love it and feel like this was my plan with MY GOD!! Thank you for your amazing talents that the LORD has Blessed you with. Glad to see you back on here and GOD BLESS YOU!!!

    • Aw! Thank you for sharing this! I am so glad this blog could help you receive revelations of holiness and scriptures, but more importantly I am so happy that you have built a prosperous relationship with Jesus rooted in an understanding of His truth! Praise God! I will be praying that His goodness just multiplies in your life and that you are able to reach out to other souls who need Jesus! God bless you and thank you for the kind words! ❤

  3. I live out in the “sticks”, and the church I go to is very small, all the people that go are either older(married with kids, or are even in the grandparent age) or at least 4 years younger. So, I love to read posts/watch(YouTube) online from other apostolics that are in the same transitional period of life as I am. And I have actually been really thinking about missions work also. I Actually went on a lot of mission trips in high scjfool(before I was truly saved, if you get what I’m saying) and loved every single one of them! I just haven’t done anything since I have come to the truth. Oh how my soul aches for something out of the ordinary! Anyway, love the blog! And I pray that Jesus would direct you to whatever direction he is calling you!
    God Bless you! 🙂

    • Thank you for your blogs & encouraging words. I pray that God has that calling to become a Missionary. I love reading your blogs just wanted to say hey & God Bless you & may many Blessings bestowed upon you.

  4. i was looking for more true believers and i have skimmed over your blog can you tell me have you received the gift of the Holy Ghost evidence by speaking in tongues as the spirit gives utterance since you’ve believed

  5. Your blog is amazing! Thank God that there are Pentecostal women willing to write and stand for holiness.

    I have recently published a pentecostal faith based fiction book called Love, Life, and Fairy tale by Vickie Valladares. Sold on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. I would appreciate it so much if you were take a look and review. I;m doing my best to reach out to all christian avenues, but since I myself am Pentecostal and the book is written with the understanding of the apostolic faith, I am reaching out to other Pentecostals in the hopes that they will help advertise my book.
    Thank you for your time and thank you for following the path that God has laid for you.

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