Reminisce The Wonderful Past

Wow, look at (God).
9 years ago we had an opportunity to move from our small office in the University District on Puritan in Detroit MI. In that office, we had 3 desks, one for our CEO, one for our ED, and one for our Program Coordinator.
We were still only renting one office but we had more access to the building. We had access to their conference room, multi-purpose room, classrooms, and the Hall of Nations where our CEO Jason Wilson. was able to expand and house the CATTA (Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy).
We went from leasing one office to three offices and a storage room. We were in the space for 8 years and it got to a point where that space couldn’t meet our needs anymore.
You fast forward 9 years later (present-day) we now have our own building with 3 offices, storage, room for program space, health and wellness room, room for the computer lab, room for a music studio and a training area for the CATTA.
As we’ve been faithful, consistent, and persistent in answering the call of servicing Youth and Families in the Metro Detroit area Yah (God) has been faithful in blessing us and expanding our territory. We don’t take that lightly or for granted.
This #throwbackthursday we want to acknowledge all the staff that has helped us get this far and all the families and youth that have allowed us to serve them we want to thank God.
If you want to learn more about The Yunion and our mission click the link in the bio.


August 4, 2019

It still takes a village to raise a child—but a traumatized village can’t raise anyone—we need healing.

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Congratulation Jason!

August 3, 2019

Words cannot express how proud I am of my beloved son Jason for demonstrably passing the first of five phases of The Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy’s comprehensive manhood training!

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It’s Okay to Be Tired

July 30, 2019

It’s okay for us to reflect and reset so that we can rest.

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New Building Update

July 27, 2019

It’s exciting to see this vision unfold!

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July 23, 2019

It was his last day at camp. These boys will be comprehensive men—courageous but also compassionate, strong but sensitive—living fearlessly from their hearts and not their hurt or fears.

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Harlem Book Fair

July 20, 2019

My analytics for my Facebook page reveal that the majority of my followers are in New York.

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We are human beings, not robots

July 19, 2019

Always release so that you can reflect and reset

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My DPD Brothers

July 18, 2019

I’m humbled just to play a role of support in their lives and I look forward to empowering them with the trauma release skills that freed me from emotional incarceration.

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Keys 2 Life Performing Arts Camp Newsletter Vol. 1

July 17, 2019

Have you ever stopped by Hitsville, USA? Well, our campers have!

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Congratulation Josiah!

July 17, 2019

It was a blessing to see his father encourage him when he was losing faith!

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Cry Without Being Asked Why

July 16, 2019

Up late praying for every man who is tired of not being able to say he’s tired. I pray one day before I die, I will be able to see a generation of men be able to “cry” without being asked why. 

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July 15, 2019

Never let anyone hold you hostage for something you didn’t mean to do.

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A good brother and my idol

July 14, 2019

Yes we all will reap what we sow—but it hurts when it’s your bro.

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Reset, Recover and Rediscover

July 13, 2019

Everyone wants their marriage to work—but only a few are willing to put in the work.

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Benefits of Flowers

July 13, 2019

When I allowed misconstrued masculinity to stifle my artistry but also define my huMANity—I would only buy flowers for my wife, daughter or mother. Now that I’m a comprehensive man of the Most High, I buy them for myself to place in our kitchen. 

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Responsibility Over Recreation

July 12, 2019

That disappointment led me to a plethora of other spoiled items. I do not like filth or disorder, so I prioritized this responsibility over recreation.

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