I’ve been thinking a lot about how so many of us are nurturing our online friendships more than we nurture those standing next to us crying out for help, who we can’t hear over the clicks of our fingers strutting across keyboards to type responses to people who couldn’t offer a shoulder to cry on.
We can’t compare our moments to others’ stories. And we can’t leave out our moments if we truly want to inspire others and live a life of purpose and strength. We must share our story without leaving out the moments that made it possible.
In this fireside chat with Linda and Kim from My Creative Break, we explore the importance of taking time out of your day to explore your creative side…even if you don’t think you have one!
A fun fireside chat with Zoraida Basaldu from EmpoweredFem. Let’s talk about empowering women and how we can stand stronger as we understand how much we are truly capable of instead of playing ourselves small.
In this fireside chat, I talk with Author and Writing Coach William D Holland about about his writing and transition from retirement into writing full-time and now offering affordable writing coaching services.
Are you giving your ALL to your craft? Let’s talk about this in some more detail as we discuss my biggest takeaway from the fireside chat John the Bap and I had last week.
John the Bap and Shell Vera discuss what it’s like to be a creative with a 9-5, what it’s like to be a multi-passinate entrepreneur, and what it means to share God with others in an authentic way.
Look around you this holiday season and help those in your community to enjoy the time as well. Small acts of kindness can go a long way.
You know I love listening to local artists and sharing their music with you. This week, I am introducing you to CT Psalmist, Garry Shepard, Jr. via an interview we did this summer.
Sharing a sermon from Lisa Harper and a confession of not being there when I should’ve for someone and how it’s affecting me as I prepare to say goodbye.
Let’s talk about S.T.A.C.K. Zion! He is going hard for his community and sharing the love of God through music and community events. He shared his heart with me back in 2017 and I’m sharing it with you today – as well as a little update.
What are your thoughts on this quote?