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Sow In Tears, Reap in Joy

By Tara Alexander

My heart leaped as I read Psalm 126. The psalmist paints a beautiful picture of how God turns around the captivity of His people. After they had been captives of Babylon, His act of deliverance is so unfathomable to Israel, that they felt like they were dreaming. They had been in a strange land so long they didn’t want to even play their harps when they were there. However, now, they are free. Rejoicing, laughter and gratefulness is on display. The psalmist makes a remarkable statement in verse 5. “Those who sow in tears, shall reap in joy.” What a promise!

Our tears are not the end. Our tears are not final. God whispers to the heart of His people and it still sends a chill up my spiritual spine as I think about how God would cause even our tears to work for our good. They are the droplets of soul rain that water the seeds we continue to sow even in the hardest of time. Weeping is no excuse for holding back our seed. We must keep serving, keep loving, keep giving, keep doing good works. And as we keep sowing seeds of good, we will reap the good! As we keep doing what is necessary for harvest, our weary hearts are lifted as we acknowledge that power belongs to the one who causes the earth to spring forth with buds of His faithfulness. God is faithful to His people. We will reap if we faint not. We will reap if we keep going. We will reap if we don’t throw in the towel. We will reap in JOY!! There will be joy on the other side of what we go through. Time will allow the seeds you sow to germinate; and one day we will look up and see the fields ripe with potential. Please take a moment to allow this beautiful Psalm to minister to your heart. If you sow in tears, you will reap in joy!

Psalm 126

When the Lord brought back [a]the captivity of Zion,
We were like those who dream.
Then our mouth was filled with laughter,
And our tongue with singing.
Then they said among the [b]nations,
“The Lord has done great things for them.”
The Lord has done great things for us,
And we are glad.

Bring back our captivity, O Lord,
As the streams in the South.

Those who sow in tears
Shall reap in joy.
He who continually goes [c]forth weeping,
Bearing [d]seed for sowing,
Shall doubtless come again [e]with rejoicing,
Bringing his sheaves with him.

Focus and Change 

By Tara Alexander 

During the month of July, our church takes a moment to recalibrate our year. We individually look at our lives to see where we are and where we desire to be. We take a moment to check our relationship with God and others, our health and even our financial state. In these times, we look at us so we can better adjust our lives, attitudes and actions to become our best ourselves. Every year I personally look forward to our 31 Days of Focus. I always learn something about myself. I learned long ago that I am not perfect. For that reason, I pray and ask God to perfect the things that concern me. I must do my part to cooperate, but only He can empower me to desire change in my innermost being. He knows me better than me and gives me the grace to shift when necessary. Step by step I become the person He desires me to be and I love it. Change is not always easy but it is so worth it. When I think about where I have come from, I am grateful for every bit of change. As I focus on what God has for my life, I know where I am going is so much bigger than what I am experiencing now. There is a never ending cycle of growth and change happening inside of us. In every way our goal should be to become more like Christ. More loving. More forgiving. More powerful. What an example we have in Him! Pray and ask God if there are any areas where you need to adjust your focus and change your actions/mindset. It is possible to become a better you. 


Make plans to join us on this Soulful Sunday!! 

I am still in awe of the fact I entered a Speech Contest. You have no idea how that is so unlike me. I gave up contests when I was finished with talent shows. I am glad I did it because I wanted to stretch myself. Toastmasters is good for that. Special Thanks to Dr. Rachel Chaney for the push. You are never to old to perfect your gifts.  


Join Jeffery and Tara Alexander along with some awesome musicians each Sunday at Frenier Landing Restaurant in LaPlace. From 2pm-5pm, hear the sounds of this couple along with a band of other local talent. Jeffery and Tara both have traveled internationally and recorded with a diverse roster of artists. Her latest release, Fly, can be found on iTunes and Amazon. Jeffery is featured in the documentary Do You Want It which chronicles the rise of Papa Grows Funk. Come check them out on Sundays for a real musical treat.

Join Tara Alexander in Baton Rouge on Thursday, January 17th at 12noon. She’ll be the keynote speaker for Christian Women in Media. This national group focuses on helping women in media and arts to expand their reach. Tara will teach on How to Cultivate Culture through Media. The session will give tools and tips on how to use your voice and talents to change the world around you. 

On Jan 3-5 more than 100 women were registered for the 5th Annual SHERO Conference in New Orleans. Each year, the faith-based leadership conference not women, gathers women to provide help, support and information that will helps accomplish their missions, entrepreneurial and/or community leadership goals. Trainers included Pastor Eileen Johnson, Bethany Bilbo Rasmussen, Dr. Ashley Ojo, Dr. Jeralyn Major, Dr. Rachel Chaney and other powerful women. With classes that ranged from Developing Videos on a Budget to Increasing Your Bottom Line to Unmasking Anxiety and Depression, SHERO offered an unforgettable mix of empowerment for women who are serious about their vision. The team is now preparing for #SHERO2020. For more about SHERO go to 

By Tara Alexander

Tonight I have the privilege of teaching at the Intercessory Prayer Conference. Such a blessing to have an opportunity to share about the keys to a radical life of faith. Prayer is communication with God. Many think it is some formula for only an immaculate few. However, prayer is the key to an abundant, fulfilling life. The only way to know how this life works is to go back to the Manufacturer. When we consult God in prayer, we give acknowledgement to His divine intention for our lives. There is no greater joy for me in knowing that though I don’t have all the answers, there is a manual (The Bible) and  a guide (Holy Spirit) to help me through everything that pertains to life. Prayer therefore is not a burden but a BLESSING. It is God’s way of helping us to stay connected to His plan.  He made us and we have to seek Him for guidance. Our lives will be full of fruit as we stay connected to the Vine. Join me tonight in New Orleans or online at the Prayer Conference. Your life is worth it.