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Saturday, April 7, 2012

The Return of My Prodigal Father

For this my son was dead, and is alive again; he was lost, and is found. And they began to be merry. ( Luke 15:24 KJV)

Daddy has come home!

From the very onset, permit me to wish my worldwide audience - Happy Easter 2012. Since Good Friday, I've been seeking God on what I should write about at this particular Resurrection Celebration time. He didn't respond until the wee hours of this morning - Saturday 7th. April. God told me to share about my current family situation because it will create a stir and enact change when it is heard and read from this day forth.

You see friend, it's always nice to read about forgiveness in the Bible and also to hear about many of the great stories penned in that God inspired book. What means so much more to me though, is when I live through certain experiences for myself.

There is always much talk about how God died on the cross and forgave us of our sins every Easter. Pulpit ministers and teachers usually use this time to also enforce the importance of forgiveness too. As human beings, forgiveness is usually easy to say but hard to do.

I watched the GOD in my mother operate this Easter Season. I watched her meek, gentle, forgiving spirit allow my father a place in her home again. I actually helped him move his items back into an apartment in my mom's house. Truly, it's the return of The Prodigal Father.

You see friend, my mom had to endure years of marriage pain as my father committed adultery. She had the stressing and trying time of divorcing my father and battling for marital assets for which she prevailed. She had to live in a society where the man she gave her heart to when she was 20 years old, married the woman who helped to wreck our home.

Now, as my father's second wife, is divorcing him, he's prostrate at the feet of his first wife - my mother - begging for mercy. This Easter Weekend, I saw my mom's heart, filled with bowels of compassion, hand an entire apartment in her house, over to my dad for FREE.

I listened quite attentively as she said how she felt about the hurt and the pain over the years, lay certain rules down and then place some hot meals in front of him to eat. She wasn't walking around with her mouth pushed up, or filled with anger. She was still doing what a virtuous woman does. When I woke this morning, she was doing some washing for him already, and it hasn't been 72 hours as yet.

I preach about forgiveness quite often, but to see it before my very eyes, from the woman who has raised me and taught me much about my faith, is truly a living testimony. Honestly, as I type, everything still feels like a cartoon. I've instructed my mom and dad to write their entire story in two separate books so Dare 2 Be Different can publish them. Having done that, I'll take experiences from both of their books, add my persperpective from a child's point of view and then seek funding to have our entire life story produced in a movie in the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis to help to save relationships and marriages all across the globe. This is our latest Dare 2 Be Different Project, so some of you locals will get a chance to be in a movie that will go international to help to save marriages.

This Easter, just like my prodigal dad has come home, may I appeal to husbands and wives who are caught up in adultery to ask forgiveness of their partners and go home. Save you marriage, save your family, save your generation. Forgive as Jesus Forgave.

Daddy has asked us forgiveness and we've forgiven him. I know it'll be hard to forget the pain and nothing can compensate for the missed years of an absent father, but just as God forgave, we too have. For this my son was dead, and is alive again; he was lost, and is found. And they began to be merry. ( Luke 15:24 KJV)

Boyfriends and girl friends, aim to start and build your relationships on God as our website, says, so that your family doesn't end up like mine. You'll hear full accounts in the future in my mother and father's books and in our Family movie that I'll be sure to direct.

Hope is Ahead.

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Thank God for A Mother Like Mine

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.  Proverbs 22:6  KJV

I wish every young person had a mother like mine. A mother like Mrs. Yvette Wallace

While thousands of feet above ground the other day, I scribbled this Hope Devotional about my mother. I write them all over the place. I believe one day, you may probably find one lying around somewhere - cherish it, it may be intended to empower you.

Before flying, there is always much preparation needed to ensure everything is in order. A couple weeks back, while moving around here and there before leaving for the airport, my mother stopped me and said, "make sure you eat." Mothers know their children well. I guess she knew that sometimes I get so caught up, I really forget to eat.

When I sat at the table, she had already brewed me a cup of tea and placed a well prepared sandwich in front of me. I was grateful. My mind then went back through the twenty five years of mommy's care. We never understood some of her rules and oft times we thought they were a bit too much. We are grateful today. Let me run through a few.

* We were always to do what was RIGHT. If we did something wrong, she would sit us down, give us a long talk as to why she was going to spank us, then make us repeat Provebs 22:15, Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him.  This was so intimating, but today we're grateful.

* STAY  POSITIVELY  OCCUPIED. After dinner, to teach us to stay positively occupied and be industrious, we were to go and care for the rabbits, dogs, sheep and pigs, do our homework and set for bed around 9pm.

* Look Professional - Stay Humble. We always had to wear our shirts in our pants even if we were dressing casually. She was teaching us to be professional all the time.

I can go on and on and on with dozens of other rules. Many we didn't understand and agree with, but we now are grateful today.

* Take Care of Your Teeth and Body. Mommy wanted to break the generation of Dentures, so she never gave us candy until we were seven or eight years old and brushing our teeth became like breathing. Today, none of her four children have dentures, well at least not yet. (SMILE). If we get, it'll be our fault.

Mommy constantly taught us the importance of saving and not keeping all our eggs in one basket. She carried us to open accounts and started small fixed deposits that she handed all over to us at eigteen years old. She told us that what we do with what she saved for us will help to determine our destiny and we can never say that she didn't give us a start. She taught us about the importance of real estate and we should never let our land grow wild with bushes when it can work for us if we farm it.

We were some rich 18 year olds. She gave us a good start indeed. We always looked forward to turning eighteen as she promised to get us what ever we wanted to start life. At 18, my twin brothers asked for a car each, and she gave them. My younger brother asked for an advanced keyboard and I asked for a US$299 t-shirt printing machine that has brought me to where I am today -

She had it tough, having to train and manage four growing boys herself and struggle with the pain of a home being ruined due to adultery. I always admired her stance. It was a must that we be at church. Thus, we were there for the 11am service. We had to go back for 2:30pm Sunday School and return for 7:30pm church. I guess she had in her mind, that with the absence of a father, the church was to assist in our upbringing.

Today, we are all still actively involved in church work. Time won't permit me to go through everything. I am grateful to have shared this 0.1% of my Mother's Impact on our lives, with you. What ever her four boys do in life, that may not be right, we can never blame MOMMY because she trained us RIGHT - She played her ROLE.

She was firm in being both MOTHER  AND  FATHER. She ensured that we became independent men by teaching us both male and female things. So, yes we can use a sewing machine. Some of us better than some. Yes - we can cook nearly any and everything - so our wives won't be burdened with that. We honestly shouldn't be buying bread and cake and pastries because mommy showed us that too. She prepared us well for our future.

Mommy reminds me of the Virtuous Woman talked about in Proverbs 31:10. She was always doing something outside her regular Teaching Career to make life. Sewing ironing board covers, making sugar cakes, jams, coconut fudges, decorating dolls for clients, teaching one on one reading classes to children and adults. (

That's simply why I always say, I want to marry a wife with traits like my mother.

I'm happy I'm giving my mom her flowers now, while she's alive because I just don't know when she'll be called home to Glory. You should too. Thank God For A Mother Like Mine.

Parents - Train up a child in the way they should go: and when they are old, they will not depart from it.  Proverbs 22:6  KJV

We've erred as sons, many times. There is one thing we know though, is that we'll never forget the teachings of our mother. They will not depart from us. Even if we would have gone far away from them like the Prodigal Son at times, there is still HOPE for us, there is still HOPE AHEAD because mommy ensured that she planted GOOD  SEEDS  from the moment her four sons were born. Good Seeds usually yield Good Fruit.

These words from our mother's mouth continue to take us throughout life, "Children, try your best to always do right. When you slip and fall, don't stay down. Never give up. Keep on pushing. God will never let down those who trust in him."

Hope is Ahead once we Train Our Children Right!

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Lord Please Save Our Marriages

Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge. (Hebrews 13:4  KJV)

I've reached a point in my life where I'm a bit scared about getting married.

Our fully dedicated ministry prayer and support line rang (869-465-5914) and I answered. The lady on the other end confirmed that it was me and she was overly joyous. I wondered what was causing such an elaborate outpour of excitement.

We get calls, emails, texts, blackberry and facebook messages from all across the world with people going through different experiences. There is one thing I always reinforce with my team, that is to do what the Bible says in Ro 12:15 Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep. So I started rejoicing somewhat, until I heard what she said.

Her words, "Brother Khrystus, my husband left the other day. We were married for 30 years you know and he left me. I'm soooo HAPPY and I would NEVER take him back because I had 30 years of HELL." She continued rejoicing.

I felt a bit awkward that I was rejoicing with the lady for what she was rejoicing about when she started rejoicing over the phone. In the back of my head, I said, Lord, Please save our marriages.

You see friend, I'm not married as yet and having to talk with and encourage so many married couples going through varying challenges, it scares me when I think of my future as a wedded man. With the worldwide divorce rate SKY  HIGH, the devil seems to be certainly enjoying this particular job of wrecking homes.

While I recommend doing all you can to save your marriage, I won't spend this time counselling. I prefer to use it wisely and guide other singles as they consider making that step. I gladly welcome your questions and responses for I know they are many.

Friend, always remember, what starts wrong in a relationship would NEVER end right. Many times you see the bad characteristics in your male or female partner and you still get married with high hopes things will change. From my dozens of marriage talks, things seldom change after marriage. Don't expect to marry an unsaved man or woman and then get angry when they don't want to come to church regularly.

. . . and the list goes on.

If he's lying now, he'll lie tomorrow. If she likes to flirt with men now while she's with you, and you always feel uncomfortable, what makes you think she'll change? While I do believe in privacy in a relationship, I also believe in couples being open too. So, if he / she get's edgy when you take up his/her Blackberry or Iphone, it's probably true that your other half is not being faithful. Yes, he/she may be having an intimate conversation or even be sharing different types of pictures.

I am a very firm believer that although technology is good, it contributes highly to the breakdown of many modern relationships (another topic by itself).

Singles, I believe once we follow God's word and aim to build our relationships on God and put our future in His hands, things have NO  CHOICE  but to work out. Dare 2 Be Different Int'l (SKN & KENYA) continues to place much emphasis on building LOVE and relationships that LAST. We always recommend to our international following to keep visiting and revisiting our simple GUIDE  WEBPAGE at

I know that I can't go through life being fearful about love and relationships or I'll end up single. Something I don't really want.

So, Honestly, deep down inside, I always dream about how I plan to live my life to ensure that I save my marriage when God gives the O.K for that special someone.

I write and stay fully occupied in ministry NOW because I know when "The Mrs. Wallace" probably comes by, I'll have to spend alot of time with her cuddling, loving, providing, giving her attention and keeping her happy 24-7. I know that it would be a crime to forget to go and cheer on Khrystus Jr. when he enters the Spelling B Competition or plays soccer in the Little League.

I know when I'm seated by my computer, just as I am now, and my wife comes and gives me an intimate kiss, I would have to leave everything else undone and. . . .

I know no matter how tired I am after a long night, I'll have to rise early to ensure that I keep family devotions and give my wife and kids a spirit filled send off every day.

I know, that although my middle names are "Work and Ideas," I'll have to make time to show up at my wife's office for no apparent reason just to give her a hug and some flowers and tell her I love her. I'll also have to make time to talk with my teenage daughter so that she knows for sure that her dad has her covered and she knows that if she is disrespected by some out of order gentleman, daddy is just a call away.

Saving my marriage would be saving a home, hence saving a generation.

I long to be The Father that I wish I had when I was a little boy. Marriage is honourable in all  - Hebrews 13:4a. It was ordained by God to last. Once we build our relationships on God and work at making them last, God will surely Save Our Marriages. Look and See!

Hope is Ahead for Marriages and Relationships built on God!

Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

Whatsapp: 1-869-661-0118
Other Tel: 1-869-765-7270

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