Hey there, I'm Jessica Brooke Chapman. I am a wife, mom and child of God. I have always loved to write. Here I will document my spiritual walk with Christ and my prayers, dreams and aspirations. Thanks for stopping by.
Find me on Twitter! @JessicaBChapman : Jesus-loving wife, mommy, teacher, runner, and friend! Writer at Hope for Women Magazine, and Special Advisor at TheGoodInSports.com (married to the owner!) Day Jobs: Celebration Baptist Church and Leon County Virtual Schools (I LOVE MY JOBS AND MY HOME CHURCH!)
My life verse:
In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven. -Matthew 5:16
My Awesome Family: Captured by Alicia Haskew Photography!!
Author Archives: Jessica
Do your little bit of good where you are. It’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. -Desmond Tutu Doing good is contagious. I encourage you to talk about what you are doing that is positive. … Continue reading
I love these two sweet ones. With a love that is deep, oh, so deep, and very wide. Wider than my arms can stretch. And I couldn’t imagine not being able to feed them when they are hungry. We so take … Continue reading
I’m going to make this quick… But it’s worth saying that I *almost* made a big mistake this weekend. And it involved “Magic Mike”. Before you get ahead of yourself, let me say that I almost went to see this … Continue reading
It’s true. He came in, wrecked it, and began rebuilding. It took time and effort and persistence. It didn’t happen overnight. It was gradual. He took all of the pieces that were smashed, all of my hopes and dreams … Continue reading
It’s only fitting that today, on Mother’s Day, I read about Hannah during my quiet time. Hannah. The woman who believed that “God had closed her womb.” (1 Samuel 1:5) But, Hannah decided that she wanted a child so badly that … Continue reading
Today, it was all about the eyes. Seeing, and not seeing. We’ve had a busy week. As I drove from one meeting to another today, the song “Give me your eyes” by Brandon Heath came on the radio. I had the sun-roof … Continue reading