Tomorrow is my 48th birthday. What better way to celebrate than with prayer? Please join me in saying a prayer for my birthday.
This Thursday, if it’s the Lord’s will, I’ll turn 48. I have a new appreciation for life now after having to have emergency surgery last year. With any journey, there are always lessons. Here are a few things I’ve learned:
Patricia R. Floyd has been narrating books for more than 20 years. She recently took a break to talk to me about her career. Tell me a little about yourself and how you got into book narration. I am a professional actress, voice over artist and theatrical director from Detroit Michigan. Although I’ve resided in […]
Michelle Stimpson is on a mission to help wives have great marriages. I recently spoke with her about her venture, WarriorWives.Club.
Shelby Yarbrough, Esq., the March 2019 Momma of the Month, has learned to keep her mommy goals short.
Kim Cash Tate is turning one of her books into a web series, and it’s premiering March 4 at 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST on YouTube.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month. In honor of that, I’ve decided to rerun this post I did a while back.
National bestselling author J.D. Mason has decided to slay a few dragons. I recently spoke to her about her Fire Breathing series.
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.
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 1991 and Aunt Rosie in 2017. I’m celebrating their lives and legacies today with this poem, which I wrote after my grandma passed away.