Monthly Archives: October 2014

Get Off Your Mat & VOTE: Churches Can Decide Midterms

Don’t let no one fool you.  The church still plays a major role in the fabric of today’s society.  During the last couple of months, it has been encouraging to work with faith-based leaders that recognize their role in the … Continue reading

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Timetables

Originally posted on Tuesdays with Bianca:
Ephesians 2:10 “For we are God’s [own] handiwork (His workmanship), recreated in Christ Jesus, [born anew] that we may do those good works which God predestined (planned beforehand) for us [taking paths which He…

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Hack Hack Hack

Guess who spent the weekend with 150 kids from Hampton and Howard hacking away at exciting new projects like mobile apps and websites? Yep, this girl right here. Now when I tell you I’ve been stressed for the last 2 … Continue reading

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If I should die…

“Now I lay me down to sleep…” Many of us recited that prayer before bed at night as children. This year I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on the “if I should die” part. I’m coming to the end … Continue reading

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The Dropoff: What We Leaving Behind in 2014?

I don’t know about yall, but my mind is pretty DONE with 2014.  Which is not entirely a good thing. After all, tomorrow is not guaranteed.  But while many are thinking about all the new-new they about to walk into … Continue reading

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HAVE A HEART

Last night, I was channel flipping and stopped on Oprah’s show Where Are They Now. A photo of Teddy Pendergrass flashed across the screen and then I heard Oprah say, “Next we’ll hear from the Tenika Watson, the transgender woman … Continue reading

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ARCHIVE: “MALI IS”… DOPE!

Originally posted on Tuesdays with Bianca:
I can’t think of a better way to voice my excitement about seeing Mali Music in concert tonight  than to repost one of my most favorite blogs originally posted this past June. It’s not…

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GOD’S GREATEST MIRACLE. HANDS DOWN. FOR THE MOST PART.

Don’t you hate it when God totally one-ups you at your own theology? …….Yea me neither. I think it’s pretty awesome. So a couple weeks ago I woke up at 5AM to get ready to be in DC to have … Continue reading

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Playing Your Position

And He commanded them all to sit down by groups on the green grass. – Mark 6:39 The other day during our morning devotional, our pastor pointed out that when Jesus performed the miracle of feeding the multitude, before there … Continue reading

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Ebola: An Illness of Compassion

Fetu Kekula, 22, had a house full of family members infected with ebola.  Too far from a hospital, the young nurse-in-training did not run for safety, nor did she just sit in a corner and pray for their recovery.  She … Continue reading

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