Special Guest, Kenny Wilkins sits at the Mic to share his testimony of how doctors told him, he would remain paralyzed due to a broken neck after a hit & run accident; But God and Kenny’s determination would say otherwise as he gained mobility and walked out of the hospital 10 days later. Listen to His amazing testimony about his remarkable recovery. His mother, Gwen Turner joins the conversation to share her experience as a […]
We hear and say the expression that life is short, time is precious and enjoy life while you can but we don’t always follow those instructions…to be present in the moment or to appreciate life would mean to stop what we’re doing and slow down in order to smell the roses. I am sure that we are all aware that tomorrow isn’t promised and appreciating each day as if it was our last should be […]
LLMD Episode 81-What do you do when your husband & daughter are immunocompromised and you’re an educator who loves your job? Special Guest, Educator and CEO of One Mo’Ment, Monica Murphy sits at the mic to discuss how she handles and balances the challenges of being an educator, a caretaker and the secret to a successful 25 year marriage. You will be inspired by her faith and positivity.
How many times have you said I want to change my career but fear stops you in your tracks? How many times have you said to yourself… “this relationship is taking more than it’s giving and it’s more hurtful than helpful.” And after years of trying, forgiving and patiently waiting for the other party to improve their actions towards you things remain the same. When relationships begin to decline and the excitement & passion you […]
It’s amazing how often we say we’re fine when we’re not. The norm of pushing through tough times mentality, emotionally or physically is just what we do, even when we may be falling apart from the loss of loved ones, negative or abusive relationships-be it professional or personal, financial instability, depression, divorce or whatever challenges come our way. The saying of…”I don’t want anyone to know my business” or the guilt felt for “complaining to […]