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Ted Winn On Why It’s Naive To Expect Donald Trump To Change [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

Ted Winn explains what his stance is on the Donald Trump administration, and why he is weary of the phrase, “pray for the president,” when it is the only strategy being used to fight for people’s rights. 174 more words

Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell

How to Easily Add Drop Down Menus to Your Wordpress Blog 2017

I couldn’t find a guide for this anywhere and then worked it out myself! I don’t often see drop menus on other people’s blogs so hopefully this will help someone. 263 more words


Faith Walking: Your Reasonable Service [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about the first verse of Romans 12, which asks that

we present our bodies to God, wholly and acceptable, noting that it is a “reasonable service.” That means it’s something we’re supposed to do. 135 more words


Faith Walking: He’s Your God Too [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

In this edition of Faith Walking is dedicated to those listening who are looking for inspiration, or might be losing hope. Erica Campbell talks about receiving messages from people who ask her to pray for them, and reminds them- he’s your God, too. 125 more words


Ericaism: It’s Easier To Love God When You Know Who He Is [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about the importance of knowing God; having a real, personal relationship with Him. She explains the difference between that and knowing… 148 more words


Love Talk: GRIFF’s Message For The Men [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

In this edition of the Love Talk, GRIFF is moved in his spirit to say something to all the men listening out there who may feel like things aren’t going the way they want them to be. 148 more words


GRIFF’s Prayer For People Who Got Paid On Friday! [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

In today’s edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF draws on the inspiration of “WWJD,” as in “What would Jesus do?” He recognizes that, since it’s Friday, a lot of people have probably been similarly thinking all week- “watch when my money come,” in anticipation of getting paid. 137 more words