A girl broken into pieces

To fully understand my story, you have to know my history with brokenness. I was a broken girl from as far back as I can remember. My first fracturing came when my parents divorced when I was too young to even remember my parents together. My dad got custody of my two sisters and me while my … Continue reading A girl broken into pieces

The fight I won against breast cancer

Marquetta My Story: How I Survived May 21, 2012 was the day I received the most devastating news of my life.  Out of the three breast biopsies performed one came back positive for breast cancer.  Denial set in, I kept thinking this could not possibly be true.  I’m a child of God and something like this … Continue reading The fight I won against breast cancer

Announcements| THANK YOU!! For Your Help and Support To Our Upcoming, I Survived Gospel Concert

Let's be honest 2015  I Survived Gospel Concert couldn't have been a success without you! We wanted to take a moment to say a big Thank You to everyone that helped and supported our event. Regardless of the role that you played to make our event a success, we thank you! The I Survived Gospel Concert is … Continue reading Announcements| THANK YOU!! For Your Help and Support To Our Upcoming, I Survived Gospel Concert

Guest Post: I Can’t Use My Real Name My Abuser May Read This {A Story of Abuse}

My name is Marilyn, actually that is my pen name. The reason I use a pen name is because my writings are about me and no one else in my family. I speak from my point of view and my own personal experiences.  I am honored to have this opportunity to share my story with … Continue reading Guest Post: I Can’t Use My Real Name My Abuser May Read This {A Story of Abuse}

Why Vickye P. Wilson is our SHERO

Hello world, many years have passed since the most traumatic episodes in my life.  In the past, I was reluctant to tell my story, because I was embarrassed, and I cared too much what people would think of me.  However, I have grown both mentally and spiritually, and I am now eager to let the … Continue reading Why Vickye P. Wilson is our SHERO