If you live in the Atlanta area, please take time to check out this event:
PAULINE MANSFIELD BOOK SIGNING for “SONGS OF A
Atlanta Technical College Library (very back of campus
past child care center; right at stop sign) 1560
Metropolitan Pkwy SW Atl 30310
Thursday, August 20th 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Please come and bring a friend to hear readings from Pauline’s newest book.
Over the past three years I have been on an extraordinary journey!
With just a casual conversation with a friend, I started a journey I never expected to make. That journey began adiscovery of my very humble Mansfield family roots. At the same timeI uncovered the path that my father, Emanuel Mansfield, famed concert tenor, took to reach, what seemed like, an unreachable dream – despite so many odds against him.
“This is my story – this is my song”…
The world needs to hear all of our stories — each story is like a missing piece of fabric in this giant quilt called “Life”.Each of our pieces makes our world a more interesting, more exciting, and more colorful place in which to live.
My life changed the day I started on this journey. I hope my story will inspire you to start…
Ok, here is another one of those songs that I’ve fallen in love with. For a while I thought it was being sung by Donnie McClurklin but this one is being sung by a gentleman named Jason Nelson. The song is simply called “I AM”. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.
2 Corinthians 10:17-18 NIV
But, “Let the one who boasts boast in the Lord.” For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends.
From time to time medical science developed, but many people from ancient time believed that most of the body’s illness comes from disharmony inside from the body. That disharmony can be achieved through bad diet, bad habits, and poor thoughts.Jin Shin Jyutsu, which is an ancient art of mending from Japan, uses certain pressure finger points to create harmony again in your body.
Using the image below, you can find the right fingers to put pressure on to help relieve certain symptoms in your body.
Yesterday would have been the 52nd birthday of one of the best vocalists of our time, Whitney Houston. Her untimely death on February11,2012 at the tender age of 48 marked the beginning of more drama to come. The recent burial of her 22 year old daughter, Bobbi Kristina who died on July 26, 2015 after three months in a coma, had striking similarities. Both were found unresponsive in a bathtub and both under suspicious circumstances. I think we’ve all heard all of the stories surrounding the death of both. They have been tossed and turned in the media for much too long. Instead of focusing on their death, I’m posting this video by Whitney, “Didn’t We Almost Have It All”, which really says so much about their lives.
This is one of the most poignant testimonies that I think I’ve ever heard. This was played in church today and the place exploded. To some it may start off a bit slow but really gets real interesting at the 3:30 mark. This pastor, Ron Archer talks about being born to a prostitute and his atheist upbringing. Most importantly he talks about how GOD brought him out. I hope you check this out and let me know what you think. It is powerful!