Kerrisha Alexander is a momma on the move. I recently spoke with her about her busy but fulfilling life.
It’s no secret author Reese Ryan loves romance. I recently spoke with her about her latest release, Savannah’s Secrets.
Mental health is something many in the black Christian community shy away from discussing. That’s why I’m honored to have board certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist Leesha M. Ellis-Cox, M.D., M.P.H., back today to do a guest post on depression and the believer. Welcome, Dr. Ellis-Cox.
Author Odessa Rose’s novel is headed to the screen. I recently spoke with her about Water In A Broken Glass.
Whether you’re single and your heart’s desire is to be married or you’re grieving the untimely death of a spouse, there’s a book for that. Here are a few to help you wherever you are on your relationship journey.
My momma used to say that people die every day. It’s not until it impacts you that you pay attention. With the recent death of Ricky Parker, one of our beloved church members, as well as the school shooting in Florida on Valentine’s Day and the anniversary of my grandma and great-aunt deaths, I went […]
February 24 is a unique day for me. My grandma Ida B. Sparks and my great-aunt Rosie Mae O’Bryant both passed away on that date—my grandma passed in 1992 and Aunt Rosie in 2017. I’m celebrating their lives and legacies today with this poem, which I wrote after my grandma passed away.
What’s better than one new book by author Sherelle Green? Three books. I recently spoke with her about Blue Sapphire Temptation, Passionate Persuasion and Her Unexpected Valentine.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and it occurred to me that there are many people waking up today who for whatever reason are feeling shortchanged in the love department. Today, please join me in saying a prayer for love.
It’s Valentine’s week in the Magic City, and if the murmurings on social media I’m hearing are correct, there’s only one date night option this year: Black Panther, which hits theaters February 16.