Quick thought on what it means to dine with the Lord.
From childhood we are indoctrinated to blend in, be like others, and go with the flow. However, we have the technology and freedoms we have today because of pioneers and innovators willing to stand up, stand out, and stand apart. Are you one of them for future generations?
Sharing a spoken word on a Thursday…gasp! Here’s to a wonderful September ahead of us.
Random thoughts based upon a writing I found from three years ago at this time. Walk with me as I think about how I am taking charge today for the next steps in my journey. True “blog” format tonight versus inspiration or thought leadership – just me sharing with you and hoping it helps you know you aren’t alone.
A share from my Coaching / Writing site about a book that I believe we should all read!
A new fireside chat episode with Tim Allen, Tallent, from Young Nation Live. Listen in as he shares how he found his voice as a Christian hip hop artist.
Sometimes it’s easier to leave but what happens when the best decision is to remain right where you are?
Are you more like a diamond than you realize? Let’s find out in this guest post from Dianna Yates!
In this fireside chat, I talk with Akintunde Sogunro about his projects, creativity during crisis, and rising above struggle.
We need to realize when we have issued orders that prevent us from living.
Sometimes the space in between is filled with so much doubt but it’s also the place where our faith grows the most.
Carlee Janae of Kreative Roots and Shell Vera discuss what it means to be naked and exposed, being multi-talented, and how to fully walk in our identity with authenticity and vulnerability. The ladies touch upon their love for poetry and communication while also sharing about the importance of identity, relationships, and faith in our lives. They talk about how they have brought their audiences as writers and poets into their processes and now share with others how to do the same. This chat is a beautiful example of how there is no competition in the Kingdom and how two women who work in similar spaces can come together and share ideas and grow a friendship when we see one another as sisters and brothers instead of competition. The ladies bring a lot of fun, joy, and depth into the conversation.