A while ago as I sat prepping for an upcoming event. I came across a nugget and thought I'd share an excerpt with you. Why can’t women get along, it’s because we are afraid to be vulnerable, afraid to be soft, afraid to be hurt, most of all afraid of our power. So we become… Continue reading Always Sisters ~ Always Friends
Our time together revealed: (1) Women want to belong. (2) Women want authentic relationships. (3) Women want to impact their world around them. We celebrated ‘over 100 Women’ and the release of our new book: A WOMAN OF EXCELLENCE THE MINISTRY OF MY MOTHER. This labor of love has been designed to be a blessing… Continue reading Pausing With God presents Woman Of Excellence Mother & Daughter Brunch
About 30 years ago, our Pastor gave my mother and I a prophetic word from the Lord. He shared that we would have a “model relationship” one that others would look upon and desire. If I went by what was going on at that time it would certainly seem as though he had missed God.… Continue reading PWG Highlights – Tonia and mom
It isn’t a coincidence that this next story is being published near Mother’s Day. It is one that is near and dear to my heart, this is a subject matter like menopause, one that is whispered about behind closed doors. We do hope that you will be engaged, encouraged and empowered to learn more about… Continue reading PWG Highlights – Aleka and mom
There is a poem by Teresa Mahieu that I choose to help give you a snippet of my mom, Lula Alexander. The beauty of a woman is not in... the clothes she wears, the figure she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen from her eyes,… Continue reading PWG Highlights – Cynethia and Lula Bell
Intercessors In The Making We entered class as strangers and left as sisters in Christ! Class is dismissed and we are Intercessors for the glory of God! What Happens When Women Pray….watch out!
A Woman Of Excellence - Sylvia Dowdy Aging has given me a clearer understanding of the ups and downs of being a mom. I know that I could never have walked in her shoes. The strength I have as a woman, mother, friend and Christian, is rooted and fueled from Sylvia Dowdy (my mom). As… Continue reading PWG Highlights – Angela and Sylvia
Truly it’s not over until God says so. As I look over my life; I can say that I AM BLESSED! Where the statistics speak negatively regarding the lives of those raised by teenaged parents I can say with authority, NO, not me! We know the negative story that the world tells of children who grew up in poverty and in homes with parents addicted to drugs; I can firmly say, by the grace of God, that’s not my story!
STANDING IN THE GAP Standing in the gap for her 8 beautiful children and grandmother to twenty of the most joyful and jolly rugrats is our matriarch, Angela R. Tunsill. My siblings and I are close in age, but this never seemed to be a challenge for our mom. We all felt and still know… Continue reading PWG Highlights – Tiffany and Angela
For most of us as adolescence we were told about puberty, menstruation and pregnancy; but not about menopause. It’s humorous that it took us almost 12 years to get to puberty and only 12 consecutive months to confirm that we are menopausal. Menopause is the time when a woman’s menstrual period ends. Menopause is considered… Continue reading I’m Not Alone
It is something to lose someone any time of year, but I say a special prayer for those who have lost a loved one during or around the holiday season(s). The other day, we were jolted by the news of another childhood friend had passed away. Though we hadn’t kept in touch, it was ironic… Continue reading Thankful
Save The Date Mother & Daughter Brunch Someone asked what's the Mother & Daughter Brunch all about. In 2001, after having been a volunteer at a local Boys and Girls Club for a while, we saw that there was a lot of untapped talent in the youth we were mentoring . We came up with… Continue reading Save The Date
I will assume there are several women out there who are like me who prefer a female OB/GYN. My reason though it is humorous now, was not funny at first. My story began, years ago when I was a KIDS Church leader. It was time for my annual check-up and so off to the doctors… Continue reading Dr. Who?
Pausing to take this opportunity to spread the word and raise awareness. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that most women… Continue reading Breast Cancer Awareness
How Should A Breast Self-Exam Be Performed? 1) In the Shower Using the pads of your fingers, move around your entire breast in a circular pattern moving from the outside to the center, checking the entire breast and armpit area. Check both breasts each month feeling for any lump, thickening, or hardened knot. Notice any changes… Continue reading Breast Self-Exam
Years ago, when I began experiencing several symptoms of menopause I was afraid to talk to anyone for fear that they would think I lost my mind. But the opposite was true, it wasn't until I began sharing ...that I realized I am not alone.