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The Ups and Downs of Life

November 1,2019

November is here and we can’t help but think of how quickly time flies. A lot of things have happened this year—some good, some bad—but we’ve

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Climate Change: Is It Our Concern?

October 25,2019

Climate change has been a very hot topic in the past few months. It is all over the media and unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that

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Radical Approach to Grief

October 18,2019

What is grief? Grief is defined as deep and poignant distress caused by loss. While it is commonly associated with the loss of a loved one, it can al

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Kingdom Building Women’s Conference 2019

October 9,2019

Be part of the 2019 “KINGDOM BUILDING” WOMEN’S CONFERENCE!   CALLING ALL WOMEN! I am inviting you to join me on October 11-13, 2

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Who Are the People Who Rely on You?

September 30,2019

Who are the people who rely on you?   As women of today, there are usually a lot of people who rely on us. Our children, our husbands, our

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Radical Forgiveness May Be What You Need

September 18,2019

Are you currently carrying something heavy in your heart?  That heavy feeling may be caused by many different things. Most of the time, when peopl

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You Can Be a Hero

September 13,2019

A hero is basically defined as one who shows great courage or a person admired for his or her achievements and noble qualities. We mostly know our her

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The Fruits of Your Labor

September 6,2019

This week, we celebrated Labor Day in the United States. Labor Day is a nationwide holiday that is dedicated to the social and economic achievements o

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How to Cope with Stress

August 30,2019

As women, we often place the needs of others first before ourselves - our children, our spouse, our family members, even our friends. Our daily duties

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How to Turn Failure to Success

August 19,2019

You can turn failure to success through five simple words: If you fail, try again! Try to recall the first time you learned how to ride a bike. Fo

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