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That Day Someone Used A Racial Slur Against My Children

That Day Someone Used A Racial Slur Against My Children

In Faith

In this episode, Aisha tackles the question, “How do you respond when someone says something offensive towards you or your children?” Aisha will be discussing an incident at the grocery store that she had to deal with.  Aisha also shares her thoughts on the incident when someone called the police on the black family who was BBQing. How we respond provides an example for our children and demonstrates whether we act in a way that allows the light of Christ to shine forth.   Listen to the podcast episode below or check it out on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. Check out the podcast, hit…

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Finding Peace As A Single Mom

Finding Peace As A Single Mom

In Faith

Peace can seem elusive when you are busy with work, kids, maintaining the home, and trying to find time for yourself.  Sometimes it can feel like never-ending chaos.  In this podcast episode, Aisha Taylor interviews Janell McCovey of Live on Purpose to discuss: The barriers to achieving peace How single moms can find peace regardless of where they are in life How single moms can preserve their peace once they have it How single moms can reduce stress  Listen to the podcast episode below or check it out on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. Check out the podcast, hit subscribe, leave a comment,…

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What I Learned From Failure + My New Podcast

The 4 Lessons I Learned From Failure + My New Podcast

In Entrepreneurship, Faith

I don’t know how many of you know, but prior to giving birth to my twins, I had a podcast. Matter of fact, I launched that podcast while I was pregnant. Some of the positive and uplifting messages I heard when I interviewed guests, at times, reminded me to just keep putting one foot in front of the other and to keep going because God was watching over me. Those messages were so inspiring. That is why it hurt so much when I stopped the podcast. I had so many episodes recorded with amazing content, but as a new mom…

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17 Lessons I Learned From Reading The Alchemist (Part 2)

17 Lessons I Learned From Reading “The Alchemist” (Part 2)

In Faith

Have you ever struggled with wanting to pursue your will and your plans and struggled to submit fully? I know I have. Even Jesus had to submit to God. Before he was crucified Jesus asked God if the task of crucifixion could pass by him but then he ended his request with, “Yet not my will, but yours be done” Luke 22:42b (NIV). This is such a powerful, yet difficult declaration that we are called to do as Christians. It’s hard to go against the thing we most want or the thing that makes the most sense in our mind…

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17 Lessons I Learned From Reading The Alchemist (Part 1)

17 Lessons I Learned From Reading The Alchemist (Part 1)

In Faith

A little while ago I reread the book, “The Alchemist”, which is about a shepherd boy named Santiago who loved his calling to be a shepherd. He was going through life doing what he loved and he thought he knew what he wanted. However, one day he met a king who told him something that totally changed his thinking and what he thought about his purpose, and it ultimately changed the course of his life. What he learned allowed him to truly discover and live out his purpose.   I knew I loved the book, but I forgot why I…

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