Archive for September 2015

Travel: The Spiritual Side of the Bahamas

Thomasina Atkins, Zondra and Sherri Shepherd.
By Zondra Hughes A small group of celebrities and journalists gathered in the Bahamas recently for a few days of fellowship and gaining a deeper awareness of what the Bahamas has to offer.  His Grace Bishop  Neil C. Ellis of Global United Fellowship led the tour of the island of Nassau and his childhood home,... Read more »

The Lost Art of Doing the Right Thing

The Lost Art of Doing the Right Thing
Gina B. Wouldn’t  more couples be happier if people would just do the right thing? So, what is that? On a basic level, it’s acting in the best interest of the greater good, with consideration of your partner and your relationship. If you put yourself in your partner’s shoes and you wouldn’t like it if... Read more »

See Hotel Transylvania 2 in 3D for a great family experience!

  by Dawj Sangster– Six Brown Chicks had a chance to bless some families from the Chicagoland Mom Squad headed by Tenille Jackson, with tickets to the Chicago screening of Hotel Transylvania 2. It was a really great family movie and we love to bless moms and dads with opportunities to get a break together... Read more »
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The Biggest Love LIE We Tell

The Biggest Love LIE We Tell
“The LIES that Bind” Part 1 by Debrena Jackson Gandy I was infected with the female Love Lies and didn’t even know it. After 10 years of marriage, my marriage descended into a valley, where my husband and I were on a path to crashing, burning and becoming yet another divorce statistic. For the next... Read more »

Will It Take Another Tragedy to Unite Us? I Hope Not

Will It Take Another Tragedy to Unite Us? I Hope Not
A Lesson from 9/11 By Lana Pipkins Recently we paused to remember September 11, 2001, a day when millions of Americans were affected. Like many of you, it was a day that I’ll never forget. But unlike so many of you who probably witnessed the attacks on the World Trade Center on the morning news... Read more »

Back-to-School & My Empty Table Syndrome

Back-to-School & My Empty Table Syndrome
By Nicole Harding Not sure how it happened. It sort of crept up on me and has stayed like the flu. You know, it’s bad but maybe one more day and it will fix itself. But it hasn’t. I know how it started. Schedules. More to do. More places to be. Friends. Events. Work for... Read more »
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I Sat on the Relationship Panel From HELL

I Sat on the Relationship Panel From HELL
We Perpetuate Our Own Negative Stereotypes By Shemeka Michelle I recently had the opportunity to sit on a relationship panel. Unfortunately, it was a complete circus! One female panelist came across as the lead motivational speaker at a THOT convention and another panelist was visibly inebriated beyond reason. While none of us are perfect, I... Read more »