By Tatianah G. I remember several years ago I was helping a grad school friend move to a new city to start her new job. We drove over 11 hours, unpacked her things and started to set up her new home. At the time I was still taking classes myself but I was in […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Keeping the faith in your Struggle Seasons
By Gerard McClure Jr. Happy Birthday to my grandma Clarice McClure as she turns 87 today. How much of a blessing is that to drop a blog post on your grandma’s birthday and shout her out?! She will love it once she sees this. A grandmother’s job never ends. Many grandmothers in our society step […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Mind of a Man: What You See For 2017 Is What It Will Be
By Tatianah Green What’s interesting about the show “Insecure” is, it’s take on young adulthood today and the complications that come with relationships. It’s not a faith based show, but it’s a glimpse into an interpretation of the world that we live in and people that we know, and perhaps, even small hints of ourselves. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Insecure: How Not to Break Up with Someone
By Genesis Guyse First things first, beat the rev up…What is the “Rev-Up”? The Rev-Up is “I’m going to.. I want to.. I should.. I wish I could.. My dream is to…” Basically the stage that some of us get stuck in, where we only talk about following our hearts and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Do It Yourself Advice You Have Needed to Get IT Done
By Brittany Parker Am I alone? Is there anyone out there that understands? Why can’t I leave my house? Why am I glued to my bed? Why is making a phone call so hard? Why is talking to someone like biting nails? Him, the one that is able to go to all […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Testimony Tuesday: Why I Believe in God Even Though I’m Depressed
By Tatianah Green As we mature and become more of who we are during our single season, there comes a time when you decide it’s time to get selective with who you allow into your life. Let me add “unapologetically” to that “selective” to point out that you don’t have to settle for less or […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Why Saying “I’m Selective” is Not So Bad After All
By Brittany Parker It takes time. Time to not be afraid anymore. I remember the first time I met my lovely friend named Anxiety. I was in the fourth grade. That friend stayed with me, by my side from fourth grade until now as an adult. I was always ashamed. Ashamed to admit that I […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Testimony Tuesday: When I Met Anxiety and Depression
By Angel Quiroz A man’s sense of personal responsibility is one of his defining characteristics. I would argue it’s one of his most admirable qualities. His ability to cope with complex situations and be decisive, his ability to strategize and delegate is a characteristic known throughout history to have brought us great achievements. As we […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Mind of a Man Monday: I THOUGHT GOD HAD A PLAN FOR ME.
By Gerard McClure Jr. Recently, I had an opportunity to sit down with a brother and good friend who’s making a lot of positive noise in the St. Louis community with his service. If you live in St. Louis and have seen groups of people running on Sunday mornings and cleaning the streets of St. […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
By Tatianah Green You want to hear the scariest seven words a Christian single can hear? “When are you going to get married?” is close but that’s not it. I’m sure you have heard it before but here we go: “God told me that you’re my wife/husband.” It’s not a bad word to hear, but […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on God Told You What? 3 Proverbs to Consider When You Think You’ve Met The One