Romans 8:28 “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.“ On Monday, September 10th, I was hit by a truck while walking to the train in the midst of a storm… Now before I go any further, let me reassure … More Trucks & Storms.
One day while I was on the platform waiting for my train to arrive, I looked down and saw the above quote, “WATCH THE GAP.” I’ve seen this writing many times before, but for some reason this time the warning appeared clearer than ever and caught my attention. A gap is defined as, “a space between two things or … More Watch the Gap!
On Tuesday, September 26th, I was honored to meet a man I admire so much! DeVon Franklin is one of the most genuine and supportive people I have ever met. His passion, sincerity, humility, and love for the Lord radiated through Barnes & Noble. He made every supporter feel special. From taking the time to greet … More DeVon Franklin’s Book Signing
On Monday, September 25, 2017, I was invited to attend RCA Inspiration/Verity recording artist Marvin Sapp, at his exclusive cd release party in New York City. Party is definitely an understatement because this album release celebration was an experience! All in attendance were able to preview songs from his forthcoming (Sept. 29) project entitled “Close” at the world famous SOB’s … More Marvin Sapp Private NYC Listening Party
My NYFW 2017 RECAP New York Fashion Week 2017 was one for the books! Do you see that smile on my face?! That’s the smile of a girl who has not been able to attend a NYFW show for the past 2 years due to working at one of the top multinational luxury fashion companies. … More NYFW 2017 RECAP
I am a very strong advocate of fasting and praying? Why, because I like to go long periods of time with no food and only liquids? ABSOLUTELY NOT! But, as you enter deeper into your relationship with Christ you must apply the below 4-step spiritual formula to your life: Prayer + Fasting = Clear Directions … More I Get Prayer, but Why Fast?