Sheréa VéJauan

  • Sheréa VéJauan wrote a new blog post: Family prayer 5 years ago

    Please pray for my family. Thank you!

  • Sheréa VéJauan wrote a new blog post: I am… 6 years ago

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    Is your identity based off your achievements, professional title, and education? Our voice Sherea shares from personal experience about the importance of finding one’s true identity in the Word of God.
    2010 turned out to be a great year for me. I was very successful in accomplishing my goals.  There were many achievements, affirmations, and…

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    Do you tend to run from the gifts that God has given you instead of embracing them? Our voice Sherea shares her reflections upon this tendency in her life, and her decision to stop running.
    I am a professional runner. And I must say that I am a self proclaimed professional due to the many miles I’ve ran. It is a guarantee that I’ve surpassed…

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    Have you felt that 2012 was a failure? Our Voice Sherea shares how God used her struggles this past year for His redemptive work in her life. 

    This year my family and I were hit pretty hard – from all sides. I managed to gather up enough strength to remain sane and keep myself encouraged.

    To some, I may appear as a coach, a social media…


  • Have you ever felt disqualified from serving God because of the mistakes that you have made? Our Voice Sherea expresses the gracious heart of God towards us through poetry.

    Picture a busy restaurant with customers waiting to be seated, and with people laughing, eating, and drinking. The food is delicious and the conversation is good. Suddenly…

  • Have you ever let your emotions get the best of you? Our Voice Sherea shares a story about losing her way and how love helped her find her way back.

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  • Have you ever wondered what love looks like outside of fairy tales and romantic comedies? Our Voice Sherea shares with us what it means to love someone through the challenges of real life.

    This November, my husband Brian and I will celebrate our twenty-first wedding anniversary. However, in 1997, we separated for about eight months. That…


  • Our Voice Sherea has a family history of cancer. She was recently tested for this illness. Her family and friends prayed the sickness would not go down the family-line. Please read the incredible story of how prayer helped Sherea overcome the odds.  
    Do not be afraid of tomorrow; for God is already there.
    Most people, who know me, know that I…

  • God is known for explaining His nature in terms of the nature we see around us every day. The Bible talks about “peace in the midst of storms”, the “trying and testing of the desert”, and also “the valley of the shadow of death”. Normally, just the mention of shadows and death are enough to make me want to turn and run the other way – missing…

  • Do you need to be set free from your past?  The sins and struggles of our parents can follow us, but Jesus promises freedom – not just from the cause, but also from the fear of turning out the same.  Our Voice Sherea shares an inspiring story of how God broke the cycle of substance abuse in her family and set her free from fear.

    Recently,…


  • In the spirit of Mother’s Day this week, our Voice Sherea shares her story of what it means to be called as a mother.
    Every night before my two young girls get ready for bed, we spend time enjoying their favorite books. Although my goal is to keep it to one favorite, the girls always end up choosing five or six. One night, my oldest daughter…

  • Don’t give up.  Pray it up.  Our Voice Sherea shares an encouraging story of how God knows us and grows us out of His love. 

    Last year my husband and I enrolled our daughter KS in our local community youth basketball team.  KS has always expressed her interest in becoming a WNBA basketball player.  By the way, she is only ten years old. …


  • Our story this week comes from our friend, Sherea.  She grew up without a father because she was told he died before she was born, however, through a divine meeting she came to understand that God is a father for the fatherless (Psalm 68:5).

    Excerpted from the book “Realistically Speaking” by Sherea Ve Juan: