Article Written and Contributed by: Malika Staar Malika S. Carey aka Malika Staar loves God, her family, and her church. She is passionate about life; even amidst the hurdles it brings, she believes through faith, all things are possible. Malika believes there is nothing wrong with daydreaming, as long as you go after what you… Continue reading Choices: Now That I Know Better
Article Written By: Debbie Stokes For so many, risk is a scary word because it requires you to go outside of what's normal for you. It also requires you to be brave. If you think about what risk means, it's taking a chance that could be harmful, dangerous or cause loss. but you do it… Continue reading Taking Risk and Trusting Your Gifts
It really hurts me to see our kids suffering. With so many cases of mental illness and depression impacting the younger generation; it's time for society to recognize the urgency of the problem, and take a stand to help our youth stabilize or overcome their states of anxiety and depression to prevent harm to themselves… Continue reading How to Recognize Depression and Anxiety in Your Kids
Article written by: Rhonda Jackson Dear daddy, why weren't you here when I needed you? I was your daughter who grew into a woman, and you missed it. The question I never got to ask before you died, "Why did you leave me?" And now my heart bleeds tears because you left again, but this… Continue reading Do You Have A Disappearing Father?
When you think of an eagle, more often than not, you probably think of power, beauty, and being able to soar. In fact, an eagle is known for being fast, furious, and for owning the sky when it takes flight. But I'm guessing, you never think of yourself as an eagle, so to speak. What… Continue reading Eagles with Broken Wings