In this episode, Iris shares the raw truth about her struggle with rejection and how God healed her and brought her to a place of personal reflection and growth.
In their new book Colorful Connections: 12 Questions About Race That Open Healthy Conversations, two women of different races, authors Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith and Lori Stanley Roeleveld work together to open healthy conversations about race
Are we quick to offer negative comments to situations because things “have never worked out” for you? If so, it may be time for a spiritual eye examination.
During this conversation with Daryl Jones & Monique Johnson, we focus on how we react when God gives an assignment to us that seems overwhelming.
Today we have an amazing, blogger, speaker, virtual cheerleader, and maternal health researcher on the show! Dr. Quantrilla Ard is here to share her wisdom and insight as we close out Mental Health Awareness Month.
Dr. Katrina Boykin is a licensed counselor and she is here to talk about ways to find strength and share joy with others when Mother’s Day is painful. She shares how her ministry When Mom is Gone, was birth during one of the most difficult times in her life.
Today we have Keisha Montfleury, the Confidence Coach for Girls, on the show! Keisha is here to talk about how she found purpose on the other side of her pain.
If you’re navigating a hard season in your life–especially as it relates to self-esteem and worth, this episode is for you.
Today podcast host, Iris Bryant shares the impact of monumental moments. She challenges us to reflect on those landmark moments that reveal, this is the place where healing occurred.