Seeds of Love - Karen Berrios

Seeds of Love

Gift of Love and Mercy!

By Karen Berrios | December 23, 2020

It is safe to say that a cancer diagnosis can change you! Not only you but your family and those closest to you. I can still remember how hard and scary it was when I first heard these words… “You have cancer” Looking at my husband’s eyes felt like our world ended, fear and desperation…

Where do you stand?

By Karen Berrios | June 2, 2020

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Martin Luther King, Jr This quote comes from a book written by our dearest Martin Luther King, Jr titled “Strenght of Love.” The book was published in 1963…

Jesus love for His Bride

By Karen Berrios | May 6, 2020

During my time in prayer, Holy Spirit revealed to me how Jesus’ love towards His bride (us – the church) is reflected in the story of Ruth and Boaz from the book of Ruth in the bible. You see, Ruth was a widow a gentile not a child from the chosen nation. Boaz, a Jewish…

Joy in Being Loved

By Karen Berrios | January 12, 2020

“Peace is the deliberate adjustment of my life to the will of God.” -Anonymous The truth is that we all struggle, life is beautiful but we have all faced a difficult challenge during our journey of life. At some point, we have all faced a mountain some may have been bigger than others but we…

The Gift of Love

By Karen Berrios | December 25, 2019

We were born to be an amazing gift to the world and let our light shine. This is true and we are destined for greatness! Christmas is the single most celebrated holiday in the world. Where we remember and acknowledge that a gift from heaven was sent to us. The prince of peace was born to save…

Seed of Love

By Karen Berrios | December 15, 2017

Christmas is my favorite season! I embrace it with much joy and happiness. Ever since I was a little girl, I would remember how happy it made me to put up my little tree, wrap presents for my loved ones, and eat the typical bread made in Peru for the season. Oh how much I…