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Hungry In America
Hunger in America is on a steep incline. Its most vulnerable victims being children. 18 million children in America live in poverty. Many fighting starvation. 2/5 of children that die from hunger are under the age of 5. As the recession continues, the rate of starving children escalates.

I Just Want To Know
I just want to know what is on the hearts and minds of those that say they love and care. And for those that say they love God and desire to see His will be done.

Ideas for an Easy and Economical Valentine's Day
Easy, economical ideas for a fantastic and fun Valentine´s day and night!

In Case of An Emergency
Most people are not prepared for an emergency. Here are a few tips to help you be prepared.

In Her Presence, A Book Review
Book review of Nancy Weaver's, In Her Presence: A Husband's Dirty Secret

In Honor of Our Black Soldiers This Memorial Day
Giving honor this Memorial Day to African American Soldiers that have fought to keep our country safe, even while they fought to be recognized and respected as fellow Americans.

In The Race of Life
Life is like a marathon; a 26.2 mile marathon. And we must run this race with patience if we are to endure to the end.

In the Thick of It...Thinning Hair Issues
What is it about hair? Sometimes it behaves, and at other times we cannot do a thing with it! What’s the saying: “A woman’s hair is her crown and glory”? This may be true, but what if that crown is becoming thin and dull? I may have the solution for you: Miss Ruth's Soution for thinning hair.

In This Black Skin
As we celebrate Black History Month, we continue to learn and grow, and understand that for each of us, Black history is everyday, and it is apart of all American History.

Incorporating Traditions This Easter Season
With a world that is constantly changing, how do yo hold on to family traditions? Or, do you let go of the past to create new traditions for yourself and your family? Easter is the perfect season to reflect upon our life lessons and traditions; determining where we want to go next.

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