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Sock It To Me! Cake Recipe
A Southern classic, and family favorite. This rich cake leaves me with warm feelings, and brings back fond memories.
Something's On My Mind
Taking the time out to appreciate the people in our lives; regardless to what is going on around us. Sometimes we just need to know we are appreciated.
Labor Day is upon us. For that last barbeque, why not try something new in your menu!
Spiced Rum Cake Recipe
A lovely recipe for a Spiced Rum Cake that will be a hit at any Holiday Affair.
Spring Cleaning...Spiritually Speaking
It's Spring time, and many of us are in the throws of Spring cleaning. Getting rid of old things, dusty things; changing the décor of our homes. For many of us, it is also time for us to do a little Spring cleaning spiritually.
State of the Black Church
Questions are looming concerning the state of the Black Church and what is preached on Sunday's. What does church mean to the Black community? The Church was more than a place for services; it was a social hub.
Still Standing by Jean M. Gayle....A Book Review
A book review of Still Standing, by Minister, Author and Psychotherapist, Jean M. Gayle.
Stop The Bullying
An OP/ED. What is it? Why is it? A generation is being wiped out. So many children are taking their lives because they have been mercilessly bullied. They see suicide as an only recourse to end their pain. We have to step of our efforts before lose an entire generation.
Struggling With Body Image in The Black Community
In a society where it is immediately celebrated to be beautiful, who is defining what is beautiful? What is the standard for beauty? We hold the task of teaching our children and reminding ourselves to be confident as individuals. To celebrate uniqueness. To encourage individuality and creativeness.
The numbers are high, and they continue to escalate. They live in our homes. They work beside us. They sit on the pews next to us during Sunday service and Mass. They are survivors. Those who have made it through to the other side of abuse...and are not afraid to talk about it.
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