The Beginning – How I knew there was a God Although I did not grow up in the church, I…

As a child, it didn’t take long for me to realize that Santa wasn’t real. I grew up in South…

1. Sew Seeds Early On Proverbs 22:6 says, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when…

The Oxford dictionary says that submission is the action or fact of accepting or yielding to a superior force or…

Divorce is something you will never forget, no matter how hard you try to, at first life is a whirlwind. There’s a lot of adjusting and a lot of worrying about what’s next for you and your child(ren). You are likely more concerned about what is the best way to try to keep your child’s life as “normal” and less effected as possible.

Hi loves! An interruption is defined as: to cause or make a break in the continuity or uniformity of (a…

  When my son was born, it was a pretty traumatic experience for me. I won’t go into detail here,…

Mind yo business?!?That can’t be in the Bible!I know for sure the Lord doesn’t want me to mind my business! Does He?But there it was. Plain as day:1 Thessalonians 4:1, 9-12 New International Version (NIV)

Hey everybody, it’s Joanna! Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoy learning a little more about…

I’ve been on a journey to finding my purpose. Sure, it sounds like something so simple and obvious but it…

If I were to say that being a mom of 3 black boys is easy, I would be lying. I…

Happy Resurrection Sunday everyone! Many of us know the story of Jesus and the significance of his death but have we ever stopped to think of it from Mary’s perspective? As Jesus’ mother, what must it have felt like for her to watch her son, whom she carried and raised, be put to death?

Probably the most important question we ask ourselves, and probably why it’s also the most difficult one to answer! The...

Dear White Moms,

You are my friends. You are my sisters.

We are the same in more ways than we are different, but there are a few things that I need you to know.

I have three black boys. They are the sweetest and most amazing humans I’ve ever met. They are incredibly intelligent, creative, artistic, caring, thoughtful, compassionate, friendly, and respectful. These aren’t just the characteristics of my three black boys, but of black boys all over America.

My heart aches when I think of anyone not being kind to my children. I so desperately want them to be treated fairly, and to be able to live their normal lives in peace. I want them to be comfortable and confident in their own skin. I want them to reach every single dream they have and to live safe lives where no one tries to bring harm to them because of the color of their skin.
I need your help.

Wives! We should pray about a sexless marriage every day, and here is why!

If all of that is true (and I believe it is), then why is it sometimes difficult for us to walk confidently in our calling as the amazing moms that God created us to be? Here are a few things that I have allowed to eat away at my confidence as a Mommi along with what I’ve learned about what God has to say about me.