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My leap of faith, part one

*Today's post is part one in a two-part series by my friend LaTresha Woodruff-Johnson. I'm thankful God places inspiring, compassionate women like her in my life. Stay tuned this week for part two.* I love the LORD; I am not afraid to say it.  In fact, I’ll take any opportunity to tell people that I… Continue reading My leap of faith, part one

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Christmas is family

*Special thanks to writer Toinette Thomas for sharing her Christmas memories in today's post.* It’s is pretty much impossible to talk about holiday memories without talking about family. Family makes the holidays for me. After getting married, my holidays became our holidays, and we had to start dividing our time between our two families. People… Continue reading Christmas is family

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Give them their flowers

Today's beautiful post is written by Latresha Woodruff Johnson, one of the most encouraging people I know. Latresha, thank you for continually pointing me to God and reminding me that there is always hope in Him. My grandmother was named Jewel, and how fitting, because she always gave us little pearls of wisdom.  She also… Continue reading Give them their flowers

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Stuffed

I don't watch many television shows on a regular basis. Occasionally, I'll randomly check the guide and find something interesting, watch it for five minutes, then turn it off and go outside where things are real and beautiful. During those five minutes, I often come across things that shock me. I'm not sure why the… Continue reading Stuffed