A Georgia woman got into trouble with the authorities after disciplining her child by beating and berating her and streaming it on Facebook live, to add an extra layer of humiliation to an already abusive situation. While we can all agree that the measures this woman went to in order to discipline her child were […]
In this edition of GRIFF’s prayer, he thanks God for saying no to us. Because sometimes, as he explains, we want the wrong things for ourselves, much like how kids want too much candy. We might think we know what we need, and it later turns out to be a really good thing that our […]
Erica Campbell talks about her experience with being bullied, which she says still occurs up until this very day. But she recalls being taunted by a girl in fourth grade. Erica says she used to hide in the bathroom every day to avoid her, until one day she decided not to let her bother her anymore. […]
Erica Campbell & GRIFF discuss the Scripps National Spelling Bee that took place just last week. For the third year in a row, the Spelling Bee has seen a tie in its winners- Jairam Hathwar from Painted Post, New York and Nihar Janga from Austin, Texas. The Spelling Bee has been held in America since 1925, […]
In this edition of the Love Talk, Erica Campbell talks about the good men of any age who are husbands, fathers or mentors to young ones out there. GRIFF chimes in with advice to men who are parenting, about what the most valuable thing for a father to give his child is- and it has […]
Being a mom can be so much work, from getting the kids up and ready for school, to going through a whole day of working a lot and then coming home to be a mom again. Erica Campbell tells a story of a woman who was really overwhelmed with all the duties she had as […]
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 […]
GRIFF was struck with inspiration at home a few days ago, where he experienced one of his children talking back to him after he told her to do the dishes. His prayer today is dedicated to kids who talk back to their parents. He calls on God to fix it- and his request is definitely less conventional […]
Baby Hope was helped by Danish aid Anja Ringgren Lovén in January after his family abandoned him over accusations of witchcraft.
Brooklyn’s Anaya Lee Willabus is the youngest published author in U.S. history to write a chapter book. Her work, titled The Day Mohan Found His Confidence, is about a boy’s struggle to balance his life at home and at school – something to which we can all relate.
What does a nine-year-old girl who loves to read and write do? Write her own book, of course.