Save Our Black Children: Why and How?

SAVE OUR BLACK CHILDREN: WHY AND HOW? By Makeisha Lee, Health and Nutritional Advisor The saying goes, “Our children are our future”, but what if our children don’t outlive us? Frightening statistics tell the story. According to The American Obesity Association, 30% of kids ages 6-11 are overweight and 15% are obese, setting them up for increased risk for diabetes,… Read more →

INTERVIEW | Mikasenoja

Mikasenoja, describe yourself for our visitors. Mikasenoja is a woman who loves God, loves her family, her church and basically people in general. I am a cheerleader for Christ and I love encouraging and coaching people to see the brighter side of a negative situation. I love to go swimming with my children, singing, praise dancing, writing and reading. I… Read more →

There comes a time in our lives that we MUST deal with the situations.

There comes a time in our lives that we MUST deal with the situations. by Vanessa Richardson It was a winter wonderland. The tree limbs hung limp, burden from the fallen snow. The moon was full, illuminating the night with its revealing presence. Confused, she continued her lone walk. She was hurting, not a physical hurt. She thought to herself;… Read more →

INTERVIEW | Linda Leigh Hargrove

Linda, describe yourself for our visitors. I’m originally from a small town in northeastern North Carolina (much like the town in my ‘Isaac Hunt’ novels). I went to NCSU (Go Pack!) and earned two degrees in engineering. I enjoy reading and writing (of course) but I also like designing things. I paint, draw, knit, crochet, and create Web sites. I’ve… Read more →

Faith Plus Hope Equals Victory

Faith plus Hope Equals Victory – but you gotta believe you can fly! by  Carenda Lynch To walk in victory, to me, is literally rooted on the foundation of faith and the substance of hope.  If one finds themselves feeling hopeless it is impossible to activate faith and reap the unseen evidence of it.  If we are going to walk… Read more →