Pro-Choice Christians

Shine TYC is AUTHENTIC, BOLD, SMART, and COURAGEOUS and so we are not afraid to express our views.  We believe life begins before conception.  We believe you were a purpose before you were a person.  We also believe in a woman’s right to choose. Pro-Choice does not mean pro-abortion. As of late, people seem to be […]

4 Reasons Why I Believe in Jesus

In 1 Peter 3:15 we are told that we should be ready to explain our faith if asked.   I do not need to get into the deep theology and fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy to explain my belief. To me, it is a logical choice.   The Integrity of the Gospels The “biographies” of Jesus: […]

Kamryn Adams

When Faith Won’t Fail You

Author, Coach, and Christian Lifestyle Personality, Kamryn Adams says she can’t deal when her faith refuses to fail. Sometimes she wants to doubt all of it.

The Death of Kamryn Adams

I first wrote this piece in January 2015 with much controversy and backlash from readers. Those who did not understand mourned my physical death in shock. Some shed tears and cursed me once they found out I was still breathing.  One day you’ll read this post and I won’t be breathing. But today, Christ lives […]

4 Things I did to Kick My Shopping Addiction

UPDATE: I’m still on the wagon. Delivered from the need for excess.    Well, 2015 is over and so is my writing sabbatical. Last year my focus was on building ZOI Wholeness, a not-for-profit personal development firm, and to discipline myself to focus more on the needs of others.  My goal for last year was […]

A Letter to My Closet – I’m Sorry I Made You Fat

photo credit: Kamryn Adams (2015) Dear Closet, I love you and I’m sorry.  Over the years I’ve watched your personal development grow and watched you become more valuable in stature. From Nine west to Coach to Louis Vuitton, Prada and Chanel you have been built into a good quality collection that should remain for many […]

Kicking My "But"

Life Coach, Kamryn Adams When I was a little girl there was a Saturday morning cartoon called “School House Rock” from which I learned about conjunctions: “and”, “or” and the ubiquitous “BUT”.  Conjunctions link two thoughts together to give us a full picture of the scenario.  How we feel about ourselves can be directly linked to […]