Yet Another GoFundMe

I’ve made so many fundraisers to get by over the past few years that waking up on Christmas Morning to calculate costs and fall short is exhausting. As many of you know, my man and I have been steadily working to pull ourselves out of poverty. We’re doing much better – in the summer of 2016 we were living in a broken down car. Now we actually own a car that kind of works, and we have an apartment. Unfortunately our company cut our project and I’ve been busy once again with writing for businesses and websites. My generic writing and ghostwriting has been getting us by, and my man is also working hard to find a job. But now we’re looking at the end of the month, and all my work is going to barely cover a few bills.

Please, if you can, consider helping us. I hope this is the last time we need to run yet another fundraiser. It makes me feel so ashamed even though I know the economy is terrible.

Here is a link to our GoFundMe.

  • No homework? Boy, did you luck out.
    I mean, er, bless out.

  • You know, that is so true. I hadn’t really thought about it before. I’ll try to remember that, because I know that I feel guilty was too often. Thanks 🙂

  • Wow.  🙂  Question–what do you think is the difference between guilt and conviction?  I know I let myself feel guilty about stupid things far too much, but since God is love–what do you think conviction that is from Him and not guilt-trips from other sources is like? 

  • Matt

    “All demonic attack is chaos—it is aimed to twist, confuse, and nullify.
    Guilt falls under that category: if I make a decision that follows God,
    it feeds me the lie that I ought to be somewhere else, distracting me.”  This is totally quotable!