Choosing to Celebrate Life

Today is a special Monday for me. And after the weekend that I was blessed to experience, I am hopeful that it is also an endearing day for others in my family. Today, March 6, my brother Marchello would have been 35 years old. This year marks the 20-year of his anniversary death. It was … Continue reading Choosing to Celebrate Life

Love’s Secret Language

Happy Valentine's Day! In one of my devotional books, I published a passage entitled "Love's Secret Language". It basically illustrates how many anticipate Valentine's Day because they look forward to being showered with gifts by their significant others. But many are still disappointed and end up having a void that has not been filled with … Continue reading Love’s Secret Language

Sharing Love

Happy Saturday! So what are your plans on this weekend before Valentine’s Day? Yes, it is that time of the year again.  Perhaps you are a part of the many who are greatly anticipating the “BIG” day. New romances have that effect. Happy and Healthy relationships do too. It is a wonderful feeling having someone … Continue reading Sharing Love

The Courage to FIGHT Back

Toxic relationships are like boiling water. They can make you explode or dry you out. While we are in them, we try to justify reasons for remaining in them. We try to come up with excuses to explain how we have landed in a place we never thought we would be in. Have you ever been in a place where you feel as though you have completely lost yourself?

The Greatest Anniversary Gift

As I strolled down my social media timeline, surfed the Internet and chatted with people this month, it reminded me of something… September is a favorable month for weddings.  Minus the possibility of hurricanes that is. And as a bridesmaid, I have had to witness a bride change her entire wedding venue in 48 hours … Continue reading The Greatest Anniversary Gift

3 Ways to Train Your Teen To Manage Stress

You don’t have to be a mental health professional in order to train your teenager how to maintain his or her mental health. Parents are the most important teachers. In fact, training a teen how to have a healthy mind starts when they are toddlers and even infants! Understanding that not every baby is born … Continue reading 3 Ways to Train Your Teen To Manage Stress

On the Other Side of Support

Have you ever been in a situation where you needed help? That is an understatement, right? You might be thinking; I could use some help right now.  And that’s okay. We all need help at some point or another in life. It is the kind of help we need that varies. Life is full of … Continue reading On the Other Side of Support

Celebrate Your Worst Days

Yes, this is a bit of a late post on a Saturday. But Memphis has been having some of that stay in bed all day type of weather. But I have a serious question to ask on such a relaxing day. Do you recall the worst day of your life?  Do you remember what you … Continue reading Celebrate Your Worst Days

Thinking Clearly

April 17, 2016 Sunday School Commentary Lesson Guide, FAITH Series Thinking Clearly Devotional Reading: Philippians 2:1-11  Highlighted Text –  Luke 8:26-36 Key Verse -  “They went out to see what was done; and came to Jesus, and found the man, out of whom the devils were departed, sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed, and … Continue reading Thinking Clearly

Balance Before You Break

  Hooray! It’s the beginning of another work week. The last day of another month. So, how are you feeling right now?  Excited?  Full of energy? Ready to conquer the world? Or perhaps you are a bit… Anxious, overwhelmed and haven’t a clue how you are going to complete one assignment or project out of … Continue reading Balance Before You Break