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LAYLA THE LADYBUG – HONESTY By Darlington Johnson LAYLA THE LADYBUG – HONESTY by Darlington Johnson is the second published book in the “Positive Solutions to all Kids” Series. The character, Layla, who relates and demonstrates on the level where children can understand and learn is the focal point of the book series.  This book is a great teaching tool ... Read More »

Preserved by Purpose – Prayer for Christmas Blessings

For some, Christmas is a time of joyous celebrations with loved ones; for others, it’s a challenging time of balancing hope and expectations with God’s sovereign will for our lives.    This prayer encouraged me when I wrote it a few years ago and I wanted to share it to encourage others during this Christmas season. “I praise you God for ... Read More »

What you are you Proclaiming…and What Are You Doing…Just A Question?

Hypocrisy is the claim or pretense of holding beliefs, standards, behaviors, or virtues that one does not truly hold. In common usage, “hypocrisy” often refers to a failure to do that which one asks of others. Stated in another way, hypocrisy is the criticism of others upon their refusal to do things that you falsely claim to be doing yourself. Give yourself permission ... Read More »


One of the most exciting young vocal groups on today’s musical landscape, Brandon Camphor & OneWay, has earned its third Billboard Top 30 Gospel AirPlay hit within two years with their uplifting new anthem “His Name.” The inspiring song of praise debuted at #30 two weeks ago and continues to build momentum at radio. The digital EP of “His Name” featuring a radio edit and a karaoke ... Read More »

Popular Inspirational and Jazz Pianist, Anthony Walker, Offers Classical Praise In New Project, Convergence

November 25, 2015 – There has always been a strong connection between classical and sacred music.  Some of the most popular classical composers were believers, creators of timeless music, with perhaps the most popular piece being Handel’s Messiah.  Popular pianist Anthony Walker draws his musical inspiration from both genres as well and his expertise has placed him in great company.  ... Read More »

Renowned Minister of Music, David Griffiths, Presents First Musical, “Journey To Worship”

(Washington, DC) – November 30, 2015 – David Griffiths is known as a gifted musician, vocalist and the minister of music at the famed Nineteenth Street Baptist Church in Washington, DC.  Visited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, the church is steeped in history and is recognized as one of the Nation’s Capital’s premiere sites for exceptional ... Read More »

Trump Stands By Claim that ‘Most’ Black Pastors Endorse Him

He may not have overwhelming support, but Donald Trump insists that he has received endorsements from “most” of the 100 black pastors he met with on Monday. According to reports, the private gathering went on as planned at Trump Tower as the Republican presidential frontrunner voiced his thoughts on what went down. “I thought it was an amazing meeting. I ... Read More »


One of Christian/Gospel music’s newest shining stars Casey J is beaming brightly as her sophomore radio single “I’m Yours” leaps into the Top Ten of Billboard Magazine’s Gospel Airplay chart at #10* for the week ending November 21st. The uplifting, guitar-edged anthem follows the astounding success of the Atlanta native’s debut radio single “Fill Me Up” that spent 14 weeks at #1 on Billboard Magazine’s Gospel Airplay chart ... Read More »

Preserved by Purpose – Complaint or Compliant: The Choice is Yours

Even though I’m a fairly good writer, I’m not the best typist.   This is why I’m glad that there’s spell check.  Even though it’s not always perfect (my first name is always flagged as incorrect), spellcheck catches most commonly misspelled English words.   Once in a while working on a writing project, I did my usual spellcheck.  And because I knew ... Read More »

November is National Family Caregivers Month

The AHA/ASA wants to make sure caregivers receive the support they need. Seek advice from someone who’s walked in your shoes, chat with experts or share tips you’ve learned with others. In a 2002 report in the Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, researchers interviewed family caregivers to identify their needs and concerns, strategies they used to deal with stroke, and advice ... Read More »