by Gray Graham
Now I just talked about this in my last podcast, but of course this is an ongoing topic that I literally see every single day on social media.
Last night on Twitter after the Holtzclaw verdict, some African American women took it upon themselves to lodge some complaints against African American men that they feel are not supporting them. Some decided to let them vent because they were hurting, others decided to confront them for their false beliefs and this harmful stereotype.
Part 6 of our: The Key To A Happy,Loving Marriage series
Unlike the other points we are making in our series, this is a point that most couples know they need, but many can not seem to get quite there. People constantly talk about finding someone to make a connection, a soul-mate if you will, someone that you can share your life.
by Gray Graham
Believe it or not I am often asked this question by the many women I speak with almost on a daily basis. These are often women who attend church regularly, study the Bible, and have very successful careers. They do not have any children because they are not married. They are at home on Saturday night getting ready for church the next day. They volunteer, serve the community, and are often cornerstones of their families.
by Shani Fenderson
How many times do you say, "Imma do me, boo." or "I have free will here on earth to do whatever I desire!" This may make some of you mad but this life is not about whatever you desire or want.
Free will actually means that the Creator knows the choices that you will make (both good or bad). Free from what will; better yet, free from Whose will? Lets see here…….. The option of will was given to you at the time of birth, you either follow it or not once you are older and become aware. It doesn’t mean free reign without repercussion.