I didn’t realize the truth of the saying that it takes a village to raise a child until I moved back to Birmingham in 2006.
Since Mother’s Day is coming up on May 9. In preparation of that, today, please join me in saying a prayer for mothers.
We’ve been doing this COVID thing for well over a year, and although we see light at the end of the tunnel thanks to vaccines, there is still a lot going on. I still can’t get on social media these days without seeing news articles with death counts, not to mention posts about someone being […]
If you’re anything like me, you desire a closer walk with God, but between juggling all the hats you wear and trying to get meals on the table, there never seems to be enough hours in the day. You would be amazed at how spending just five or 10 minutes with God can bless your […]
It’s hard to believe Easter is almost upon us. Here are a few scriptures to help prepare your heart for the Resurrection.
Have you ever been in a bad relationship and you’ve known you should leave, but for whatever reason you stayed, only to have the other party break up with you before you could break up with them?
Yesterday I turned 50th. While this birthday has me excited, it also has me in a reflective mood. My daddy passed away when he was 49, and my momma died when she was 50, and after recently developing a blood clot in my lung, I find myself thinking a lot about life, what I want […]
I’m counting down the days until my 50th birthday. What better way to celebrate than with prayer? Please join me in saying a birthday prayer.
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.
Yesterday was Valentine’s Day, and it occurred to me there will be many people waking up today who for whatever reason feel shortchanged in the love department. Today, please join me in saying a prayer for love.