Study The Ingredients

By Tangie T. Woods Do you deviate from cake and icing recipes to add your special ingredient to enhance the sweet flavor? Do you [we] study and follow ingredients in the gospel of Jesus to ensure food for our soul does not deviate from His biblical recipe? What about studying ingredients of people? Ingredients of [...]

Wear The Mask!

By Tangie T. Woods For me, wearing a mask is not essential while teleworking. However, it is essential to protect my health outside our home. If we love God we should keep His commandment; therefore, since He told us to love our neighbors as we love ourselves, we should wear a mask when in public. [...]

Pray And Praise God Without Ceasing

By Tangie T. Woods Have there been times you did not feel like reading your Bible? What about times not wanting to pray? Have you ever felt weary and did not know the reasons? This happened to me on the morning of Thursday, August 20, 2020. When I woke up something was amiss and I [...]

#Build 2.0 (Guest Post)

No other world event in recent history has impacted us as much as the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last few months, we have had to adapt quickly to a new lifestyle. In a time where staying at home is enforced by the government, most of our social interactions have moved online. Many people are stuck [...]

Unlike Man, God Will Not Break Promises!

Unlike Man, God Will Not Break Promises!

By Tangie T. Woods "We trust words of mankind without question and doubt but often question and doubt the Word of God."  – Tangie T. Woods Have you ever been hurt by broken promises? Did it leave your life with lasting negative side effects? Sometimes broken promises cut deep leaving a lifetime of pain. However, [...]

Addressing Misconceptions People Have About Self-Care

Addressing Misconceptions People Have About Self-Care

By Niraj Shah Especially at a time where taking care of our mental health is extremely important, self-care is a term that has been mentioned a lot. There is a strong link between self-care and mental health, as self-care is something that is vital in order to ensure good mental health. Self-care is an extremely [...]

What Everyone Expects Disabled People To Be Like

Hello everyone, I am The Wheelchair Teen and I write a blog about my life as a black, disabled teenager: http://www.thewheelchairteen.home.blog. I was born with SPA-PN disease which means that I am permanently wheelchair-bound and have little control over my hands and fingers. But that doesn’t stop me from being a proud, strong and talented [...]

Caught Red-Handed- A Tiny Tale!

By Shweta Suresh Our heads hung low. Guilt was etched on our faces. We'd been caught red-handed! We watched helplessly as our loot was confiscated. Afterwards, grandpa and I exchanged smirks. Mom didn't know about our secret stash of chocolates. It was safe and remained unconfiscated! For more amazing tiny tales from Shweta click here. [...]

Reasons To Start A Blog During Lockdown

By Sartaj Govind Singh Do you feel like the days are starting to blur together? Perhaps an acute sense of fatigue is starting to creep in? Lockdown does not have to be this way. While this new sense of normal can seemingly shackle us- just by tempting us to leave things to tomorrow or our [...]

To The Mother That Reared Me | Celebrating You Today | Happy Mother’s Day

By Law Matheson To The Woman That Reared Me | The Chef Of The 1st & 2nd Batch | Mum | Thank You ❤   Mother’s Day- That phrase brings many emotions to each of us- Pride, Gratitude, Anger, Annoyance, Reverance, Abhorance, Compassion, Joy---   My mother and I did not always get along- But [...]