Interview: Daja M. Rice Author of Daddy’s Girl

In this interview with Daja M. Rice, author of Daddy’s Girl, she discusses her path to healing and how she chooses freedom in her relationship with her father.

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“Do I Treat Her like Trash?”- A Man’s Perspective: Part II

Today’s blog is the second half of an interview I did with my Pastor and his wife on the nuances of marriage including the ‘S’ word. This is a 3 part series. I actually had more questions for my pastor than for his wife. I wanted to know from a man how he values, encourages, leads…

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When You Don’t Feel Pretty

Honestly, I haven’t felt pretty in a while. And it’s not something I’m looking to get pity from. I can encourage other women by telling them they’re beautiful and they’re worth it but sometimes I can’t do the same for myself. I haven’t looked in a mirror and felt completely beautiful or said to myself…

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I Love Him But Do I Have to Submit?: Part I

For today’s blog I interviewed Pastor Louie Gibbs and wife, Shenel Gibbs, on the topic of marriage and biblical submission. This is a 3 part series. Lately, I have been on a stand still regarding the idea of marriage. Last year I had a conversation with my Pastor’s wife in which I told her, “I…

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5 Reasons You’re Still Single

Before the hate emails start coming, ladies, this is not an exhaustive list! And it’s intent is for those of us who desire to be married. These are just some things God revealed to me in my quiet time with him and by observing the many many many relationships of people I know. I am…

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For the Mothers

for the time you spent caring, nurturing, supporting for the many compliments and corrections you lent for the love you share in sacrifice for me for the energy you exert way pass your point of exhaustion and for the the affirmations, confirmations, and conversations you’ve given that have established my womanhood today yes, for this,…

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Queen Mentality

Look at this life that we livin’ Women are criticized constantly using they bodies as privilege Thinkin’ “good looks” Will bring more attention It’s only wrong intentions Laced with rude words and cat calls, complements but no pause Because respect is outlawed and judgement Is favor Of the one who is dense enough to believe…

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