Have you ever found yourself earnestly praying for something from God only to get mad when the blessing arrives because it didn’t come in the form or package you wanted?
Magic City Momma recently spoke with Sean D. Young about her newest book, Be My Valentine.
Magic is definitely in the air this weekend since one of my all-time favorite groups, New Edition, and singer, Babyface, are in town.
Today please join me in prayer as I go to God asking for help for those times when you don’t feel good enough.
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Maybe my daughter starting middle school in the fall has me a bit nostalgic, but recently I started thinking about how much of a blessing the city I once despised has been to me since I returned in 2006.
I’ve been in denial for the last year.
Just in time for national foster care month, Magic City Momma publisher Chandra Sparks Splond has released You’ve Gotta Have Faith, the second book in her Date with Destini series, which looks at foster care from a child’s perspective. The series, which is geared toward readers ages nine to 12, follows 10-year-old Destini Daniels who […]
On Saturday, May 14, 2016, the UAB Mini Park will be overflowing with arts enthusiasts, intrigued parents…and of course, Birmingham’s youth. The City of Birmingham Mayor’s Office Division of Youth Services (DYS) will host its third annual Smart Art youth arts festival, designed to expose Birmingham youth to the many cultural arts opportunities available in […]
My granddaddy, the late Rev. George W. Jones, Sr., used to tell members of our family all the time that he didn’t worry about anything. Between bills needing to be paid and just life, there always seems to be something that has me up later at night than I should be, worrying. I think my […]