There is something very romantic about the vintage 1950's era. I have always been obsessed with the style of the dresses! So how about this chocolate polka dot midi wrap dress!
So, it's August and in some parts of the Country Summer is about to be over. Here in Maryland we have been experiencing some reDUNKulous (I know the word is, "ridiculous," but it's so hot I had to make up a word) heat. There are outside festivals, revivals and concerts taking place throughout September. Last year, I had a chance to meet Pastor Michael Heath of Living Waters Church in Chester, PA. The worship experience was EPIC! Seriously, Epic! However, with all the success and amazing worship, I ended up sick from heat exhaustion and I am completely at fault. I did NOT prepare to minister in the heat on Saturday and in making mental notes about how to do better the next time, I created a list of 10 ways to make your next outside ministry engagement a success.
I am often asked how I go about writing my songs, and one of the first things I consider is the TYPE of song I want to write. Music is powerful as it appeals to multiple senses at the same time - we hear it, feel it, and depending on the emotion of a song it can transport us to a different time so we, "see it."
I truly believe that whenever you write a song you should be intentional about what you are doing. I have written a few songs in my day (smile). Some songs come to me in a few minutes, others may take months to complete. Regardless of the time, I am very intentional. Songwriting goes beyond a song being categorized as a "Praise" or "Worship," song. I decide if the song is going to teach, celebrate, declare war, invite, or encourage. So, let's explore seven different types of songs.
So, I woke up this morning and realized that exactly one month ago I was in Atlanta prepping for my first national television experience! What an incredible experience to travel and share the airwaves with Dr. Kishma George and Evangelist Trina Seymour
As you can imagine for everything that went amazingly right, there were many things that went wrong (that's a story for another day, lol). I am grateful that everything that was right had to do with the television appearance. I'm going to share a few things that you can do to prepare for your first/next television experience!
l am a little nerdy, a little quirky, a little glam, with a whole lot of personality! A wife with four children and a furry puppy, there is never a dull moment.