Posts Tagged: bullying

Full Armor: To Stand

Don’t miss Full Armor: To Stand on August 14, 2017. In “Abundant Living with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey talks about God’s unconditional love that was demonstrated by giving his only begotten son for our salvation (John 3:16). Once we’ve turned to God, accepted Jesus as our savior, we are filled with God’s love. We have… Read more »

Let’s Partner Together on This!

To those who have already joined me on my podcasts, thank you! For those who have not had an opportunity to tune in, I would love to have you soon. This has been such a fulfilling and inspiring journey for me as God has opened doors of opportunity for me to speak and for others… Read more »

SCARS Making a Difference

I’m very happy to be a part of this wonderful organization. S.C.A.R.S. – Second Chance At Renewing Self, LLC – is an outstanding organization. It is a for-profit social enterprise, founded by Sonja Holt in 2013. Sonja overcame domestic violence and wanted to help others who face the challenges of domestic violence too. We focus on… Read more »

Words of Encouragement

Writing is my passion and I am so blessed to have the opportunity to share stories and information to help others. Not only do I enjoy the art of writing – but I am committed to helping women and children who are victims of abuse and who are working through the emotions and scars that… Read more »

Senseless Tragedy

  I’ve been greatly saddened in reading the recent Richmond Times-Dispatch stories about Stafford L. Shaw Sr., who killed his girlfriend and baby, then while trying to escape the police on I-295, hit another vehicle and ultimately caused two more fatalities before his own death. Shaw had been implicated in murder of a young pregnant… Read more »

Purple Polish on Your Ring Finger

Many women are wearing purple polish on their ring finger this month. Why? To represent domestic violence awareness. When folks notice the purple, It prompts them to ask. Then they realize the significance of it being on the ring finger! This is a good way to help get domestic violence awareness out! I think I’ll… Read more »

EMT Proposes to Domestic Violence Survivor

In recognition of her work as a dating and domestic violence advocate since her recovery, Melissa Dohme was invited to throw out the first pitch at Monday night’s Tampa Bay Rays baseball game against the New York Yankees. The moment became even more exciting than she had expected when the baseball she was handed read… Read more »

Mother’s Day Recovery

  Many of us had a wonderful Mother’s Day: we received special gifts, some hand-made, from our adoring children to show appreciation, because we suffered the nine months to bring them into the world, and nurtured them the best we could as they grew up. A simple thank you was given to acknowledge the years… Read more »

Empower Women!

The semi-annual Gabriel Pearce Memorial Scholarship Fund Craft and Vendor Show was a great success! A variety of vendors sold their wares, and many customers showed up. I understand the turn-out is even better in October, which I plan to attend. I sold my books at special sale prices, as well as several hand-crafted jeweled… Read more »

A Need to increase Domestic Violence Awareness

Domestic Violence has many faces. It’s not always the obvious black and blue. It could be happening to your neighbor, a relative, even to a family member. A person physically and/or mentally captive in a toxic relationship may sometimes seem happy to an outsider, but they’re quietly suffering a continuous prisoner’s pain. It was discovered… Read more »