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In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell asks, “who can God use?” The answer to that, she reveals, is anybody. She talks about how sometimes we might feel insecure about ourselves to the point where we feel like God can’t use us for his glory. We worry about where our parents come from, the […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about the beauty of catching the sunset from a plane. She has this very experience last night, and as the sun was setting, and the sky got darker and darker, she was reminded that the sun wasn’t setting at all- it was the earth that was […]

Today’s edition of the Faith Walk is in honor of those who are heartbroken. Erica Campbell reminds us that God is closest to us in our times of pain; when our hearts are broken, His is, too. But that also means that he is there to help us mend our broken hearts. Erica Campbell talks […]

In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell talks about making sure we keep the joy of the Lord in our hearts. This way, she says, we can dispel all of the negative energy that builds up when we find ourselves going through tough times. Sure, it won’t make problems go away, but it will […]

In today’s Ericaism, Erica Campbell reads a scripture from the bible about planting the word in your heart. She reminds us that we are all products of our environments, and that what we feed ourselves is what we’ll be made of. Sometimes, we must be strong in positivity despite the negativity that might be littered around […]

In this edition of Love Talk, Erica Campbell explains why parents need to be careful not to love their kids from their hurt instead of the heart. She talks about making sure to love them sincerely from your heart as opposed to a place of fear or pain from your past experiences, and establishing an […]

Despite decades of medical research and public campaigns to ease the problem, heart disease is the number one killer in the United States. One of…

Today is National Wear Red Day.  The American Heart Association sponsors the annual event to raise awareness about the fight against heart disease in women. …

With the unfortunate passing of Michael Clarke Duncan over the weekend, heart disease and the heart attack has been given a new face for the African American community. According to the Office of Minority Health, African American adults are 40% more likely to have high blood pressure and they are 10% less likely than their […]

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