Always release so that you can reflect and reset—and #CryLikeAMan
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.
The painters are doing a great job on the ceilings in The Yunion’s new building!
I never would have thought my journey to freedom from emotional incarceration would have ignited a movement… but I am glad I shared my testimony.
It’s so encouraging to see Iyanla Vanzant using my book #CryLikeAMan as a resource to foster trauma release and healing between a father and his sons.
This may not be her “love language” but we do not believe in that concept because love is not a language—it’s action.
First day of Keys 2 Life Performance Arts Summer Camp!
Do not be deceived—many men cast a hard appearance to hide the hurt!
We transparently shared stories of trials and trauma as we discussed #CryLikeAMan.
I will never forget the evening he complained to my mother about my poor dining etiquette at a restaurant.
Jason Wilson teaching our recruits how to walk the path of righteousness—and avoid the way of the pimp.
We are so proud of our Program Coordinator, Ronald Lee Jr. and Director of Operations, Eric Reed, for doing an awesome job presenting on the Yunion’s work with the juvenile justice population using the performing arts!
The worse thing a visionary leader can do is not have a plan for succession—I refused to fail in this area.
he desired to create a space where youth could not only express their emotions and release their stress through music, but also get life skills training!
during my teenage years, I searched for affirmation from the wrong people and places —living a lifestyle that could have sentenced me to prison or buried me in a grave.
I had to remind myself that there’s no such thing as a “bad day” when you’re a servant of the Most High.
The conviction was too strong to dismiss, so I prayed and pushed through the emotions that prohibited me from being obedient.
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