words

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell speaks directly to those who are “always in they feelings.” She explains that such a phrase, when you say it to someone else, never really communicates how you’re actually feeling? Is it anger, hurt, sadness? It’s important, Erica Campbell says, for us to be able to communicate […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell speaks directly to those who are “always in they feelings.” She explains that such a phrase, when you say it to someone else, never really communicates how you’re actually feeling? Is it anger, hurt, sadness? It’s important, Erica Campbell says, for us to be able to communicate […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell revisits that old phrase, “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” She explains that words don’t have to hurt you, because you don’t have to let them. Some of the things we are worried about and bothered by are so silly, […]

As Erica Campbell asks, “what are you working on?” in this Get Up Poll. She acknowledges that we all have our own personal struggles; promises we’ve made to ourselves about doing better and being better. Such a thing can be a huge challenge, and it takes faith and strength in God to push past the […]

In this edition of the Faith Walk, Erica Campbell discusses how much your words matter! Your words can shape even the quality of your life, so you have to choose them carefully! She also talks about people’s tendencies to speak life and death over themselves at the same time. We often proclaim we want something, […]

Erica Campbell isn’t crazy about today’s slang words getting to join the dictionary so easily. In fact, she wants to make sure that some of the words that were already in the dictionary get some love too. So for the first edition of the Word Of The Day, our special guest Warryn Campbell was inspired […]

This edition of Love Talk has to do with receiving kind words well. Often, when we are given compliments and kind, positive words, our instinct is to somehow reject it, however politely. We make excuses for ourselves to try to minimize the affirmation that has been given to us. We tell people how little something […]