With the state of the world now, I see posts on social media more now than ever before with people requesting prayer, mainly for a loved one or friend who might be going through. I am a strong believer in the power of prayer, so I’m all for these posts. I’ve learned when I […]
Dr. Tammie McCurry wants readers to know there is hope. I recently spoke to her about her book Under The Shadow: Our Journey with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD).
This Saturday, if it’s the Lord’s will, I’ll turn 49. This upcoming birthday has me in a reflective mood. My daddy passed away when he was 49, and my momma died when she was 50, so lately, I find myself thinking a lot about life, what I want to accomplish before I leave this earth […]
Vernet Clemons Nettles, Ed.D., wants to help you get your spiritual and personal life in order. I recently spoke with her about her latest release Moments of Grace—A 2020 Devotional Planner.
It feels as though every time I log into one of my social media accounts lately, someone is posting about the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, I know this pain on a very personal level. By the time I was 25, both my parents had passed away, and just last year, I lost […]
There have been days where I’ve felt like giving up.
I’m on a mission to make a more concerted effort to keep my husband covered in prayer.
School starts for many schools tomorrow here in Birmingham, and other areas will be starting soon. I thought now was a good time to say a prayer for not only our students, but all those who interact with them. Please join me in saying a prayer for the new school year.
With the start of school right around the corner, I’m honored to have author Suzanne Weathers visiting today to share an excerpt from her book, Change Our Schools through Prayer.
Is it just me, or does the school year seem to be getting shorter every year? The end of the school year means lots of celebrations as students prepare for summer and transition from one grade or phase of life to the next. Today, please join me in saying a prayer for our graduates.