Keita Andrews

“I may not be what I should be but I’m thankful I’m not what I used to be.” –Pastor Keita Andrews

What do I know?

Although at the moment they may be equal in their lack of a real answer, the man who replies “I’ll find out,” is much more valuable to his employer, his neighbor, and to himself than the man who replies “l don’t know.”


Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass–It’s about learning to dance in the rain.


The only person that likes change is a wet baby.

What are you waiting for?

This exerpt is from the latest recreational reading book I’m enjoying: Dragons of the Highlord Skies by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. Brian glanced down at the altar, trying to think of some way to change the subject, which made him uncomfortable. He looked at the book, thinking it must be some holy text, and said in astonishment, “The pages of the book are blank. Why is that?” “To remind us that our lives are made up of blank sheets waiting to be filled,” Lillith replied. “The book of life is open when we are born, and it closes with our death. We write in it continually, but no matter how much we write, what joy or sorrow we experience or what mistakes we have made, we will always turn the page, and tomorrow’s page...

Faith. . . Faith?

Story from Pastor Keita at Celebrate Recovery: There was this really good tight rope walker who strung a rope across Niagara Falls. He continued to walk back and forth and demonstrate his immense skill. People started to notice and began forming a crowd. He paused to speak with the audience, questioning them, “You guys think I’m pretty good don’t you.” “Yes! Yes! You are incredible.” “You guys really believe in my skill don’t you?” There was a resounding response of awe and confirmation. “How many of you believe I could cross the tight rope with this wheel barrow?” Everyone raised their hands and cheered. There was no doubt about the faith and trust this crowd had in the entertainer. “It...