The Singletons decided to bring in their first African American newborn.
It didn’t go well at first.“I tried to hold him and cuddle him, and my maternal feelings wouldn’t turn on,” Singleton said.“A few days later the Lord spoke to me, like He was right there in the room. I finally responded, frustrated, and said aloud, ‘OK, I’m going.’"I happened to open the Bible to a page in the gospel of Matthew and my eyes fell on this Scripture: ‘See to it that you look down on none of these children.’“Tears poured down my face.
That was the catalyst that totally destroyed any prejudice that my husband and I had from growing up in Mississippi.
Mental health advocate and MHA-NYC 2017 Gala honoree, Brandon Marshall, spoke to the owners of the National Football League about his experience with mental health and what society needs to know to end the stigma.
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Both of them are wonderful, caring, honest, professional people who have become a part of our family." Joya T.
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Parks 'n Rec writer Harris Wittels who doesn't want to be known for creating Humblebrag, but did, is a longtime fan of Weird Adults with Little Esther and lays down some Phish jams in this extra chill episode.