• Juneteenth 2018

    June 20, 2018

    Recognition of Juneteenth is necessary, now more than ever. The persistent resistance and military force needed to end slavery delayed notification of freedom to slaves in Texas. The galvanizing actions of the newly freed people to ensure that Juneteenth was more than a pronouncement is still warranted today. Warranted in our communities and at our…

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  • Election Year for the IAMWMW

    June 22, 2018

    Next week the International Association of Ministers Wives and Ministers Widows (IAMWMW) will convene their annual convention in Atlanta. This year is special as they will elect a new president. In 2010, Dr. Beverly Williams Glover was elected president and she has served the body with love, dedication and grace. She has promoted an emphasis…

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  • Where There’s A Will….

    June 8, 2018

    Every year there are graduates with journeys that testify the heights of a person’s ability to endure and will to triumph. Did you see this post last year? Shannon Santonori Lytle was a stand out example in 2017. When he graduated from Harvard University, and shared his story on his social media, it went viral…

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  • Fall Into His Arms

    May 8, 2018

    One of the true beauties of motherhood is the amazing and vast distinctness of every relationship. Everyone has a mother, and everyone has a unique story. In this post, Tracy Graves Stevens reflects on a time of spiritual growth in her life as a daughter, mother and wife. Falling into the arms of God is inspiration that…

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