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    • I Will Rest In You
      It has been a long time since I was able to post here and recently was encouraged to start posting again.  I will start by posting a video for those who are battle weary from the spiritual onslaught going on during these last days.  Be encouraged, replenished, and comforted… you are not alone.
    • The Word as an Onion
        Too many merely accept the Word on the surface.  They pick and choose this verse or that and build their doctrine out of it.  One instance for example is that in regard to adultery.  God’s Word says that you should not commit adultery; wherefore, those who have not slept with someone outside of their […]
    • 40 Days of Challenge – Day 6 Positive Practices and the Danger Zone
      40 Days of Challenge Day 6 Positive Practices and the Danger Zone           Positive Practices   Philippians 2:14 (KJV) “Do all things without murmurings (grumbling) and disputings”   Have you ever found yourself making an effort to go out of your way for someone only to find that they respond without […]
    • 40 Days of Challenge – Day 5 Dare to be Different
      40 Days of Challenge Day 5 Dare to be Different   The Post-It Challenge Jeremiah 29:11 (KJV) “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil (calamity), to give you an expected end (a future and a hope).” Isaiah 55:11-12 (KJV) “So shall My […]
    • 40 Days of Challenge – Day 4 Self Control and Thoughtfulness
      40 Days of Challenge Day 4 Self Control and Thoughtfulness   Self Control James 1:19-20 (KJV)  “Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath: For the wrath of man worketh not (does not produce) the righteousness of God.” Many times in our human relationships, we find […]
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About Me

My name is Alison and I live in Texas. I have a wonderful husband of 5 years this May 2008 named Bradley. We cannot have children (we have had 5 miscarriages) so we have kitties. I am a Christian and I am very involved in my community. In my spare time, I like to write (poems, stories, etc) and study biblical prophecy. I love older movies (between 1940’s through 1960’s) and I am a HUGE Sandra Dee fan. I like crooner music (though I don’t have any ‘crooner songs’ listed on my fav music page) and I enjoy going to amusement parks. I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts on many topics and seeing what everyone in this community is interested in. You can find out more about my favorite things in the tabs above. Navigate around and let me know what you think. This site is dedicated to my deep and random thoughts on ‘somethings’ with a little bit of the ‘nothings’ in this world.

My husband and I have worked, volunteered, with a ministry called Understand The Times for almost 4 years. Some of you may have heard of Roger Oakland, he is the head of that ministry. For anyone interested, they have some really great materials (ie: books, cd’s, videos, etc.) for understanding the truth of some controversial topics as well as being able to witness to others regarding those topics.

Most of our (Bradley and mine) ministry efforts have been on-line through emails, forums, e-newsletters, etc. though we do try to witness and minister to others in person.

Bradley and I have gotten involved in our city government on a small level to try and keep a moral standard in our community, however, as politics go… that is not always obtainable by a minority… but we try. In this, being the end days, we can only expect what the Bible tells us it will be like before Christ returns for His Church, but we pray and follow through the best that we can until that day comes.

You can find out more about Bradley at his blog: Outside My Brain Again

7 Responses to “About Me”

  1. KSK said

    Love your life emphasis. Thanks for sharing. We are not having luck with having kids and are currently considering adoption and/or fostering.

    Take care.

    Ken & Danette

    • truthoughts said

      Thank you for your comment. I am sorry to hear that about not being able to have children. It can be rough at times. I wish you well in which ever direction you go. It takes a very strong couple to embark in the act of fostering. To love them as a parent but not really have complete authority as a parent and risking them leaving to go where you are not sure they may be safe (back to their original parent(s)). Foster parents are so needed, but I think that many look at it as a way to make a check, sadly enough… there truly needs to be a lot more caring parents out there to foster and if you are a couple who can remain strong in that avenue, you truly are a blessing!

      Adoption is a wonderful thing. We have not pursued this option fully as of yet do to our finances, however, we are launching a new company and if the Lord wills, we will be able to set aside enough money to properly care for a child and give them everything they would need comfortably.

      Again, I wish you the very best on your journey ahead.

      God Bless!


  2. Hi Alison:

    Just left you a Tweet. Wanted to leave you a longer message that I could thru Twitter. You and your husband may enjoy looking at a ministry that can be found online at Lots of stuff on understanding the scriptures from the Jewish / Hebrew perspective. It helps since Christ was also a Rabbi. Understanding the Hebrew background and the Jewishness (not even sure that’s a word) of Jesus adds significant insight to the scriptures. Thought you might enjoy the site. Looking forward to your Tweets. Take care and God bless you and yours…dave clifton

    • truthoughts said

      Hi Dave, Thank you for commenting and adding me on Twitter! I appreciate the link you have shared and I will be sure to check it out. You are so correct about understanding the Jewish background/history of the scriptures because it is the key to the door, which is Jesus. Thank you again for the link and your kind comment! Looking forward to tweeting with you 🙂


  3. lisa rains said

    hi, i enjoy your you tubes. i want to tell you what i found out about sound waves and miscairages. there is a church here in dayton ky that i went to and they play vert very loud electric music,and my hearing is sensitive, and i bought them a decibel meter so they could see that the music was too loud, but still they kept playing it way too loud, and THE PREACHERS WIFE MICHELE keeps miscarrying ,i think around the fourth month ,at least 3 times, SO I LOOKED UP LOUD sound and miscarraige and sure enuf ,YES the constant loud sound can cause miscarraiges. the article had to do with a study on factory workers exposed to constant loud machine noises. then i talked to an audiologist who told me that very loud music can even cause heart problems!! so maybe the next time you get pregnant, dont be around very loud or constant noise,and see an audiologist to check your hearing,to prevent you from cranking up music, if your hearing is already damaged you can use special earphone AND GET A DECIBEL METER FROM RADIO SHACK. HEY, IT COULD WORK,YOU KNOW? PEACE AND LOVE ,LISA . OH YEAH , and do not take excedrin or any other aspirin or caffiene, my sister did that with her first one and she was moving end tables with plants and stuff,and lost the baby, so you sound so intelligent and together,but sometimes a little help thru the holy spirit couldnt hurt. good luck!

    • lisa rains said

      ok i sent you a letter and it says its awaiting moderation, sorry im not great on computers but i hope you read this about loUd sounds and miscrrying, you can pray about it ask a dr. or just try it it cant hurt a thing to try. i read an article about a study done on factory workers exposed to loud sound, probably constant machine noises,and it concluded that the noise contributed to the miscarages. then i talked to an audiologist and he said that over 80 decibels is dangerous, it was awhile back, so you should check with a dr. and get a decibel meter at radio shack,and learn what your limit for noises should be . peace and love in CHTRIST ,LISA

      • truthoughts said

        Hi Lisa,

        I got both of your messages. I appreciate the suggestion. The reason I have had miscarriages and I can’t get pregnant anymore is because I have what is called Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG for short) which means I have a violent reaction to the hormones produced when pregnant. Each time it grew worse and worse. They had me in the hospital each time giving me Zofran (nausea med that they give cancer patients) and even that did not work. I had to be given a pic line into my heart but because I have an alergic reaction to some of the mixture, they could only give me protein. I vomited so much the last time that the acid took off the top layer of my lips. Anyway, not to get too specific… it is a rare condition and I had it even worse than most do. Some women have died from it. Bradley had to take care of his side so that we didn’t get pregnant again because the next time could have taken my life. There were times during the last pregnancy that I could feel my body dieing but there was nothing they could do. My body would fight off the baby as though it was a virus. Maybe though, someone who reads your comment will need that info so thank you for sharing it. =)

        Blessings to you

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