This Christmas: Gift Yourself…

It’s that time of year again where bloggers are writing about best gift ideas and influencers are advertising gifts that make you wanna spend all your money. I decided to join the club, but I’m not offering you clothing and appliance tips. I’m offering something much more valuable. This is the chance for you to Get 👏🏿 Your 👏🏿 Life 👏🏿 PERIODT!

2020 was a challenging year for all of us, but the one thing it did gift us was the opportunity to look within and heal! If you spent the year running, then may this blog catch you and hit you HARD because we will NOT enter 2021 with the same mess we had all our lives. So here’s an idea that you can gift yourself, gift a friend, and return gift to sender. Enjoy!

Gift Yourself: Boundaries

I used to have a vision of me doing a one-hand stand. Sometimes I was juggling balls with my feet and sometimes my free arm was twirling huge circus rings. I didn’t understand the vision, until one day I realized I only got the vision whenever I felt like I was people pleasing. Yes, I was a People Pleaser and I’m so glad God freed me from it, because before I was so bound by the opinions of others. I never wanted to let anyone down, but the reality is the root of people pleasing has nothing to do with others and everything to do with how you feel about yourself. I felt unworthy. For instance, I had a friend who constantly asked me to help her with video projects and I’d always say yes. She was a close friend of mine, so I wanted to help. But working on her projects always infringed on mine. Low key, I thought if she was successful then she’d help me too. But that was me not believing in myself and accepting the lie that my work wouldn’t lead me to my own success. My people pleasing didn’t stop there. I had other friends who didn’t mind if I spent money at their expensive birthdays, but when my birthday came around they were always “conveniently” busy. I’m a super loyal friend. I would go above and beyond for you, but loyalty doesn’t mean stupidity and I had to learn that. True friends encourage your boundaries. They recognize the importance of it because it makes you feel secure and helps you to remain authentic to you.

Tips for Setting Boundaries

  1. Set a Standard for Friendship – Defining my friendships really helped me. In 2017, I followed Bishop TD Jakes’s advice and listed all of my friends into three categories.

The first is Confidant. People in this category are your closest friends. The relationship thrives off of transparency, honesty, and deep conversations. They desire to see you thrive, and they pour into you as you equally pour into them.

The second is Constituent. People in this category share a common ground with you, but once you’re removed from that common ground then the friendship falls apart. So these people may be colleagues, classmates, church mates, or someone you met at a networking event.

The third is Comrade. People in this category hate the things you hate. You bond very strongly over those things, but once it’s gone the friendship falls apart. This may be someone you bonded with at an anti-Trump rally or someone who hates to eat peanuts just as much as you do.

Once I put my friends into categories I realized that all of my confidants had a few things in common. All were transparent, open, and authentic. I recognized this was my standard for friendship.

  1. Say No – People Pleasers say yes all the time even when they’re on the brink of a burn out. Each time you say yes to someone make sure you’re not saying no to yourself. Like me when I prioritized my friend’s video projects over mine. If your friends truly are your friends they will honor your time. So they would understand when you say no. And feel free not to explain yourself when you do say no. Saying, “Thanks for thinking of me, but I can’t participate” or “No thank you” are completely okay.
  2. Be Selfish – I know it’s strange to say this especially because the world frowns down on selfish people, but in this sense I mean put you first. Even Jesus put Himself first. He would minister to crowds of people and when they wanted more of Him, He’d run away to a secluded area to pray and re up on the Holy Spirit, Luke 5:15-16. Instead of “fixing” other people, focus on you and let the other people fix themselves.

Give the Gift: Forgiveness

7 years ago, I was in a relationship that I didn’t feel secure in. My ex was very manipulative and emotionally abusive. He struggled with unforgiveness and often held on to things that he should’ve let go. Whenever conflict arose he’d bring up past incidents indicating that he never forgave me. This went on for about 6.5 years until finally I had to leave. Here are a couple of things that I learned about unforgiveness, which can help you break free from its cycle. Once freed, you can then give the gift of forgiveness this year.

  1. Unforgiveness stems from the spirit of offense. That’s right! Offense is a spirit and the spirit world is real (Eph 6:12-13). So people who get offended easily are usually the ones harboring unforgiveness. These are people who have trust issues or were deeply hurt, so the spirit of offense comes in promising to protect them from getting hurt again. In reality

  2. Unforgiveness is feeling like someone owes you something. I had a friend who ended our friendship because she felt like I abandoned her on her Birthday. The truth is I was unavailable for the weekend celebration, but I was available on her actual Birthday. I tried to explain that to her when she called me to “hear my side.” As I began to speak she cut me off and yelled, “You’re still not taking accountability for anything you’ve done!” I recognized she didn’t call to hear me out she called for an apology because she felt that I owed her that. But the word says that we should, “Make allowance for each other’s faults, and forgive anyone who offends us. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others,” Colossians 3:13.

The truth is you will get hurt in relationships. I think we expect that people will never hurt us, but this is unrealistic. We, humans, are flawed. We will break your trust, offend you, and embarrass you. It’s inevitable. But it’s your choice to forgive us. I recognize it’s not easy to do, but it’s not impossible. When someone hurts me I ask God to heal me, show me how to set a boundary so that they never do it again, and then I forgive them. It takes faith to forgive and you’ll need help to do it. Forgiveness is a process, so don’t think you have to do it in one sitting. Pastor Mike Todd is one of my fave pastors. He has a series out now entitled, “Forgiveness University.” This is a great resource to help you forgive.

Return the Gift: Comparison

You know how you get that one gift that you don’t like and you’re so glad the giver put the gift receipt in the box? Well, that’s how we’re gonna treat Comparison. RETURN TO SENDER. Comparison leads to jealousy and envy and that’s not something that’s easy to tackle. First of all, just admitting that you’re jealous takes a lot of willpower and humility. Believe me, I should know because just last year, God healed me from jealousy and envy. He pretty much showed me that when I’m feeling jealous it’s because I feel a lack of love from Him. I wrote all about it in my blog, When Is It My Turn?: Overcoming Jealousy and Envy. I’m so glad that He healed me because it totally prepared me for this year. I struggled A LOT with comparison. Mainly because I felt like God gave me a prophetic word that this is the year of Double Portion and I clung to it, but when others were getting blessed I wasn’t. In my prayer time I reminded God of all the things I did and how obedient I was, but nothing changed. I felt forgotten and overlooked. God kept reminding me of the truth that I was chosen. I did two things in order to overcome comparison.

  1. Thanksgiving – I found things to be grateful for and thanked God for it. Like although I didn’t have a job, all of my bills were paid. I didn’t get my dream home, but I was grateful I had a place to live. It wasn’t always easy to find things to be grateful for especially when you’re in the middle of a COVID-19 shut down. But thanking God kept my mind off of what I didn’t have and shifted my focus to what I did have.
  2. Celebrate – I celebrated the blessings that my friends received from God. This was actually easier than finding things to be grateful for. Mainly because I was genuinely happy for my friends and their achievements reminded me of how good God is.

We’re always gonna compare ourselves to others it’s part of our culture, but you don’t have to let it overtake you. Instead of comparing your weaknesses to someone else’s strengths look at their strengths as an inspiration and door opener to new possibilities. If they can do it so can you. There are so many people doing amazing things and they set a bar so high that may seem intimidating at first. Turn that intimidation into motivation and rise to the occasion.

I hope you found these gifts delightful. Use it to feed your soul this Holiday. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Look Who’s Talking: Navigating the Voices in Your Head

Pain has a voice.

Disappointment has a voice.

Fear has a voice.

However, Faith and Love also has a voice. The difference between when Fear is speaking and when Faith is speaking is the source. God is love so everything He says is in love. Everything He says reveals His character. However, sometimes it’s hard to hear Him above the other voices in our head. We’ve experienced a lot of trauma in our lives especially this year. So how can you tell which voice to listen to? Keep reading. I’ll take you through my journey on how God trained me to hear His voice in the midst of chaos and how He cleared the other voices from my head.

This year God told me that I would live by Bold Faith. In a series of faith steps I listened to Him as He told me to:

  1. Quit my job without another lined up…
  2. Pack my boxes without a home lined up…
  3. Get pre approved on a home without money lined up…
  4. Leave my church without another lined up…

Crazy, right? The year is almost over, and all the promises that God made me has yet to come true. I’ve gone through a series of emotions, disappointment, rejection, anger, frustration and even doubt. I kept questioning did I hear God correctly? But each time I entered His presence He reminded me that I was exactly where He wanted me. In the middle of nowhere. The middle of nowhere is a wilderness season. The children of Israel was in the wilderness – Exodus 15, Joseph was in jail – Genesis 39:19, King David was on the run from Saul – 1 Samuel 21, and Jesus was led to the wilderness by the Spirit – Matthew 4. The middle of nowhere is a place designed specifically for you. Here is where you’ll learn to hear God, build intimacy with Him, and rely on Him daily. Here is where He’ll also test your heart. I speak more about this in a previous blog – Battlefield: A Test of Faith.

It’s extremely difficult to hear God through the distractions in our life. It’s even harder to discern His voice from the many voices in our head. Each voice is competing against the other trying to be dominant. There’s God’s voice, satan’s voice, and our voice. However, to hear God clearly and confidently takes faith and a desire for relationship with Him. God responds to our desires especially when it aligns with His – John 15:7. How do we discern between the three voices? It’s important to first note, what each voice sounds like.

What Does God Sound Like?

I’d hate to state the obvious, but God sounds like me. He also sounds like YOU. He sounds like our thoughts. He speaks in our voice in our head. It’s no wonder people are confused if God is speaking or not because it’s really difficult to tell the difference between the two voices when it all sounds the same. So to help discern I’ve drafted what God sounds like in your head:

LovingBut you, Lord, are a compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness. Psalm 86:15

PeacefulThe LORD gives strength to his people; the LORD blesses his people with peace. Psalm 29:11

CalmingWith his love, he will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs. Zeph 3:17

PatienceBut the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, Gal 5:22

EncouragingMay God, who gives this patience and encouragement, help you live in complete harmony with each other, as is fitting for followers of Christ Jesus. Romans 15:5

ReassuringEven to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you. Isaiah 46:4

ComfortingBlessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, 2 Cor 1:3

EnlighteningFor the LORD gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge and understanding. Proverbs 1:7

ConvictingAnd when He has come, He will convict the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment John 16:8

GuidingYour word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path. Ps 119:105

This helps me because whenever I’m questioning if God spoke to me I often recall how His voice sounded and did it reveal His character. Whenever God speaks there is peace, there is love, there is joy. These are the fruit of the Spirit that doesn’t change nor go away despite our present circumstances. It’s also important to note that discerning God’s voice can’t solely be based on how we feel. Our feelings are fleeting and sometimes cannot be trusted. You must discern to make sure that satan isn’t appearing as the angel of light to deceive you – 2 Cor 11:14.

What Does satan Sound Like?

satan also sounds like YOU. Mind-blowing? Not really. I once asked a friend of mine why can’t it be easy, so I know for sure that God is speaking to me and she replied, “What would be the point of discernment?” She’s right. So for those of you looking for a quick and easy way to hear God, it’s not gonna happen. The process God takes us through is to build our confidence in knowing His voice. Here’s what satan sounds like:

CondemnationFor God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. John 3:17

AccusationsThen he showed me [Zechariah] Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the LORD, and Satan standing at his right side to accuse him. Zech 3:1

ImpatienceWhoever is patient has great understanding, but one who is quick-tempered displays folly. Proverbs 14:29

FearFor God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. 2 Tim 1:7

LiesYou belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies. John 8:44

Hopelessness…The garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness [hopelessness].” Is. 61:3

DiscouragingThe thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. John 10:10

TemptingThen Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. Matt 4:1

ConfusingFor God is not the author of confusion but of peace, as in all the churches of the saints. 1 Cor 14:33

DeceivingNow the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field, which the Lord God had made. Gen 3:1

Though some of the scriptures above do not necessarily point to satan, it does reflect who God is and whatever is not of God is of the enemy’s kingdom. This is helpful because there has been many times that God has given me specific direction and then days later I can hear a contradicting voice telling me to do the opposite. The voice usually leaves me fearful or confused and I can discern that it’s satan, not God! satan only speaks what’s in Him. He is condemned so he speaks from condemnation. God is love, so He speaks from love.

What Do I/YOU Sound Like?

Now that we know what God and satan sound like, what do you sound like? God once told me that the difference between His voice and mine is that I speak more about my desires and He speaks about His desires. Now, that was actually mind blowing. He revealed this to me on day 4 of my solo retreat Whisper: Hearing God. I noticed that I’m constantly planning, constantly thinking about what’s next, constantly focused on what I want in life. On the contrary some people are in a perpetual state of pain so they’re constantly thinking about past traumas, how to avoid getting hurt again, or all the mistakes they’ve made. But God, on the other hand, is always talking about His desires, which is for us to have an intimate relationship with Him. He will constantly give us direction that will lead us back to Him. Why is that His desire? Because He wants us to know what our original design is.

The world is constantly trying to break us down so that we operate less than what God created us to be. But when we tap back into the source then He reassures us of who we really are – Powerful!

How Does This All Come Together?

Last year, I was one of the leaders for a Women’s Retreat. Leading up to the retreat, God revealed to me that I was going to spend most of it alone. I didn’t know why, but as the weekend went on He was actually in the process of delivering me from the spirit of control. It required very little distractions. Although this was God’s plan, the other people leading the retreat with me didn’t know. I thought God would’ve clued them in, but He didn’t. So after the retreat, I met up with them. I wanted to tell them all the amazing things that God did, but instead they were too upset. They accused me of abandoning them, abandoning the participants, and disregarding my leadership position. I felt attacked. I felt shame. satan kept telling me that they were against me. I actually questioned if God really did isolate me on the retreat or was it satan’s plan all along. In the midst of the chaos, God said to me, “Hold on to my voice.” A sudden peace came over me. God continued to reassure me, “These are your friends. They’re not against you. But they don’t know what I have shown you.” Needless to say, I did end up explaining my side and we resolved the conflict.

If I didn’t discern the situation correctly, I would’ve retaliated and gave into what the enemy wanted. satan tried to cause division in our group, plant seeds of distrust in my heart, and seeds of betrayal in theirs. Knowing God’s voice in that situation helped me navigate the voices in my head, which allowed me to spot the enemy’s attacks.

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Battlefield: A Test of Faith

I was on the battleground. The war was waging. The enemy firing his attacks and my body absorbing it like a sponge. I was exhausted, but I was praying hard that the attacks would stop and that I would be victorious. I could hear several voices. The loudest voice was telling me to do something contrary to what God initially directed me to do. I came so close to giving up. I kept crying out for help, but it seemed that no one could help me. Then my body fell to the ground and I closed my eyes. Sleep consumed me.

I awoke 5 minutes later and I heard in a very loud voice, “GET UP AND FIGHT FOR WHAT’S YOURS! YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO YOUR PEACE!” Now re energized I finally had the strength of the Holy Spirit. I stood up and rebuked the enemy, silencing him and calling down angels to fight this battle for me. Then peace befell my room.

This is a glimpse of the spiritual warfare we undergo as Christians. The battlefield is our minds. The enemy’s weapons are lies, doubt, deceit etc. The weapons of the Holy Spirit – worship, prayer, fasting, speaking His truth etc. On this day, the enemy tried to convince me to denounce a blessing that God gave me. He wanted me to quit ministry. What helped me win was clinging to the word God initially spoke to me prior to the battle. But it wasn’t easy. The enemy was using a close friend of mine to confuse me. God directed me to do something that my friend (a minister) did not agree with. Of course the simple solution would be to follow God, which I did. But as a result of my choice, I lost my friend. Even worse, I was in a state of confusion. Did I really hear from God? Here in lies the test; a major test that seems to keep reoccurring in my life. This is something I struggled with for so long: Will I listen to God or will I listen to someone else?

As mentioned before, this isn’t the first time I went through this. The first time I failed the test horribly. It was spring 2019, God told me to get Pre Approved for a home; however, I didn’t have the funds in my account. Fear consumed me as I thought about God giving me false instructions. So I sought a friend on the matter. Needless to say, she told me that I did not hear from God. That God would never lead me to do something so reckless and I needed to go back and re learn God’s voice. She spoke directly to my fears and I left feeling ashamed, doubtful, and worthless. How could I get it so wrong? How could I miss God’s voice? For months, I cried to God and asked for His help. For months, I was confused wondering did God really speak to me or was that my own desire? Finally, God spoke to me through Pastor Mike Todd’s Crazy Faith series. In part 1 of the series, Pastor Mike explained that God gave him a crazy vision. By faith, Transformation Church would own the Spirit Bank Event Center in Tulsa, OK. He only told a handful of trustworthy people. If he had told others, they may have discouraged him. The video ended with him dancing on the roof of the building holding the keys.

God said to me, I’m trying to do that with you, but you’re playing.

In that moment, I knew God spoke to me earlier in the year, but my fear and disobedience led to a delayed blessing.

Fast-forward to the beginning of this year (2020), God took me through a series of faith steps to train me on how to hear His voice, how to discern His voice from my own, and from the enemy. (I’ll also share this with you in my next Blog Post). It was 8 months of training and then the test began. God definitely tests His children, especially if He is preparing you for ministry.

Deuteronomy 13:3 reads,

“…The Lord your God is testing you to find out whether you love Him

with all your heart and with all your soul.” (NIV)

God opened a door for me to be blessed in a major way. I had waited so long and my year had been so crazy, I was so happy to get some relief. On the first day of the blessing, I received a prophecy from someone I barely knew.

She said, “God said there’s going to be a major test. Stand firm on your convictions and don’t let your desires overtake you.”

I was concerned. What if I fail the test? What exactly is the test? Of course the person giving me the prophecy didn’t have those details. So I prayed on it. God confirmed that there was a test. He gave me clear instructions, Wake up everyday and ask Me what to do.

So I did and each day He ordered my steps.

The direction God gave me was clear. It led me to the blessing He had for me. But my closest friend, at the time, thought I was being deceived into choosing a curse for my life. She called me with “prophecies” that were contrary to the word God spoke to me. Now, I recognize how foolish this sounds. Clearly the simple step is to listen to God, but part of me wondered did I really hear from Him? What if my friend was correct? All of her messages were “urgent” and she needed me to listen and act right away. However, all of her messages left me confused, fearful, and tormented. I had no peace. These are all clear signs that her messages were not from God and she probably spoke from her own desires. I recognized that this was the test. It was the same test from last year just a different scenario and different people. I had so much peace when I chose to listen to God.

I thought the test would end there, but it didn’t. Actually things got way worst. I lost my friend and the warfare persisted even after I obtained my blessing. It got to a point that I despised it. I cried daily to the Lord because the enemy was trying to convince me that my blessing was a curse. He fed me lies and tried to bully me out of it. This went on for a month. The enemy’s voice was louder than God’s because I was in a state of confusion. It was hard for me to read the bible, listen to sermons, and I didn’t know who to go to for support.

 

Every now and then God’s voice would break through the chaos and whisper, I’ve prepared you for this. The answer lies in your heart. Remember who you are.”

This was important for me to receive because the enemy tried to get me to doubt my identity. If I doubted who I was then I also doubted who God called me to be. If I doubted who He called me to be then I doubted I heard from Him. Every decision I made this year was based off the fact that God spoke. If the enemy succeeded I would’ve quit ministry.

This is the enemy’s goal. If we quit or even lose our ministry then we never fulfill our God given purpose and the people we are called to suffers. This is outlined in 1 Kings 12-13. This is the story of a young prophet that God used to speak powerfully and perform signs and wonders. God gave him specific instruction – to deliver a message and then go home taking a different route not stopping to have dinner at anyone’s house. However, an older prophet, who used to be popular, heard about the young prophet and wanted to meet him.

1 Kings 13:14-22 reads:

14 Then he said to him, “Are you the man of God who came from Judah?”

And he said, “I am.”

15 Then he said to him, “Come home with me and eat bread.”

16 And he said, “I cannot return with you nor go in with you; neither can I eat bread nor drink water with you in this place. 17 For I have been told by the word of the Lord, ‘You shall not eat bread nor drink water there, nor return by going the way you came.’ ”

18 He said to him, “I too am a prophet as you are, and an angel spoke to me by the word of the Lord, saying, ‘Bring him back with you to your house, that he may eat bread and drink water.’ ” (He was lying to him.)

19 So he went back with him, and ate bread in his house, and drank water.

20 Now it happened, as they sat at the table, that the word of the Lord came to the prophet who had brought him back; 21 and he cried out to the man of God who came from Judah, saying, “Thus says the Lord: ‘Because you have disobeyed the word of the Lord, and have not kept the commandment which the Lord your God commanded you, 22 but you came back, ate bread, and drank water in the place of which the Lord said to you, “Eat no bread and drink no water,” your corpse shall not come to the tomb of your fathers.’ ”

 Shortly after the young prophet headed home and a lion struck him down. His doubt and disobedience cut his ministry short. He never fulfilled his God given purpose. The enemy tries to get us to doubt the word that God gave us, so that we would:

  1. Give up waiting
  2. Doubt God’s power
  3. Take our eyes off God long enough to kill our ministry

That day, at the height of my battle, when the enemy tried to convince me to give up my blessing God told me to fight for what’s mine. I needed to remember what God originally spoke to me, before doubt crept in, before the lies of the enemy, before confusion overtook me. God told me, “This is a blessing I have for you. There is purpose for you here.” I held on to that hope and I fought back standing firm on my convictions and firm on God’s word. I had officially passed the test!

If you’re struggling with a word that God gave you because it’s taking too long to come to fruition use the below guidelines. God instructed me to do this and it really helped.

  1. Remain in Position – Our position is prayer. During prayer ask God for help, but also rebuke the devil and bind his powers. Speaking these words stops the enemy in his tracks.
  2. Recite God’s Spoken Word Daily – Faith comes by hearing. Hearing by the word of God… Especially your words. The more I declared God’s word the more I believed that it would happen.
  3. Every day seek God for guidance – Man shall not live on bread alone but every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God. This is a real thing. Every day God gave me direction to listen for His voice. He always reminded me that He was there.
  4. Don’t let the enemy bully you out of what God has for you. – The reality is the enemy has no power over you. He can’t physically steal your blessings, but he can deceive you into giving it up. Check out Genesis 25:29-34. He only has access to what you allow him to.

 

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Meant To Be Wives: God Is In The Details Episode 3 pt 2

I almost married the wrong guy until God started to show me who my true husband is. Through a series of dreams and vision God revealed what my husband looks like, what his profession is, and most importantly how tall he is lol. On this episode of Meant To Be Wives: God Is In The Details, I chat with three of my friends on what happens when you finally let go of the “wrong” guy and God introduces you to the “right” guy in a dream.

Guests

LaTicia Thompson, Author of The Drama Free Blue Print

Dr. Veronie Lawrence, Author of H.O.P.E (Hearing Other People’s Experiences): Real Stories, Real Women, Real Transformation

Tracey LaRoche, Host of Life With Tray And Jea Podcast

 

**Music is from Youtube Library**

Meant To Be Wives: God Is In The Details Episode 3

 

Three years ago, I was in love with a guy who God told me to break up with. When I finally did, every day I cried asking God to bring him back to me. Little did I know, he was perpetually cheating on me 🤦🏿‍♀️. I thought he was the perfect boyfriend and that this relationship was my ONLY chance to get married. When I finally let him go, God began to reveal who my true husband is. On this episode of Meant To Be Wives: God Is In The Details, I chat with three of my friends on the difficulties of dating/marrying the wrong guy.

Guests

LaTicia Thompson, Author of The Drama Free Blue Print

Dr. Veronie Lawrence, Author of H.O.P.E (Hearing Other People’s Experiences): Real Stories, Real Women, Real Transformation

Tracey LaRoche, Host of Life With Tray And Jea Podcast

 

**Music is from Youtube Library**

 

Equipment

Shot on Zoom.com

Edited in Adobe Premier