Last Fall, I had the amazing opportunity to share part of my story at the Annual Triple Share Women’s Conference.
Like most 2020 events, the conference was virtual.
And while logistically things looked differently, it allowed me to connect with women in the United States, the United Kingdom, and several Caribbean countries, without having to travel away from my little ones!
Check out a recap of me sharing on the importance of healing and wholeness in Christ!
Written by Brandi Marsh of Ebony and Pink Pearls for This Is Her Journey
Are you a single women dreading once again another year “being single” during the holidays? And during this festive holiday time you feel frustrated, while nursing thoughts of:
What are you gonna tell those nosey relatives who definitely mean well, but always ask “why aren’t you married yet?”
Where are you going to do to occupy your time to avoid feelings of loneliness because you do not have the special someone in your life?
When will day come for me to bring my guy to the family Holiday vacation?
As you contemplate on how to approach the holidays this season, it is very important to celebrate during this season in a way feel comfortable for you as a single person, whether you have that special someone in your life or not.
As you begin to see all the commercialism, decorations and your ears are bombarded with songs of holiday cheer, let the following holiday do’s and don’ts guide you.
In that day you will say: “Give praise to the Lord, proclaim his name; make known among the nations what he has done,and proclaim that his name is exalted.Sing to the Lord, for he has done glorious things;let this be known to all the world. Isaiah 12:4-5 (NIV)
It’s Thanksgiving Day, and that can only mean one thing. Get ready to have your taste buds salivating all day (and night) as your family and friends share snapshots of their dinner and desserts up and down your news feeds.
There’ll be pictures. Videos. Memes. All showcasing the turkey, trimmings, and treats that will fill homes and stomachs all across America today.
We’ll see and read all about what’s happening in places near and far. It’s part of the delight of living in the age of social media.
But instead of only sharing what’s on our dinner plates, this year, why don’t we share something more meaningful with our networks.