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In this Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about feeling invisible.

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell explains that she is friends with her mom.

In this round of the Get Up Call, Erica Campbell talks to a heartbroken woman named Kathy who says her oldest daughter is “so far away,” and would like some help praying for her to come back to her. Erica says a powerful prayer over Kathy and her daughter, asking for God to speak love […]

In this Get Up Poll, Erica Campbell and GRIFF are asking listeners if biological parents have the right to be directly involved in their child’s life if they’re not around. Much of the time, estranged biological parents, or parents who aren’t in the household, aren’t too keen on the idea of hands-on step-parents or significant […]

Charmaine Broom is a singer and songwriter who has been singing with Kirk Franklin for years. She is also a wife, a “bonus-mom” and founder and CEO of Blended Families Rock, which aims to bring unity between biological and non-biological families. Charmaine explains how the Blended Families Rock movement specifically aims to make things more […]

Pat Smith is a minister, founder of Pat & Emmitt Smith Charities, an author, public speaker and the first black woman to win Miss Virginia USA. She discusses her book, “Second Chances,” which she says is “really all about God’s grace.” She talks about how God did amazing work on her life in the hard […]

In this Get Up Poll, Erica Campbell asks- are you a good communicator? Are you a listener, or a talker, or both? “Get Up!” listeners call in with their answers, often detailing where they are in their journey toward becoming their best communicator. One woman explains why listening is particularly important as a parent, because […]

Erica Campbell recalls hanging out at her grandma’s house as kid with all of her siblings. If any of the kids acted up, Erica recalls, their grandma wouldn’t be mean or yell at them, she would pray at them. In this way she would reprimand them in love, as opposed to being antagonistic or spiteful. […]

A New Mexico mother was reminded of her own homeless past after her young son began to ask to take two lunches to school everyday.

In this edition of Love Talking, Erica Campbell tells a story of a woman who decided to ask her children what they thought about her. Each child tried to avoid answering the question, and the woman quickly realized what they really thought of her. Erica says the woman spent so much time being the I-don’t-play-that […]

In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell talks about how people often mislabel joy. While it is a synonym for happiness, it doesn’t necessarily mean all smiles and rainbows. Joy is also strength. “Your circumstance should not dictate your level of joy,” Erica says. She tells an adorable story about her four-year-old daughter, Zaya, […]

In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell talks about the mixed feelings she deals with as she watches her children grow. She explains the “happy-sad” emotions she battles as her kids grow into their own, and find their independence now that they’re not babies anymore. What she does with those “happy-sad” emotions, however, is […]