Some mistakes I’ve made as a Zumba instructor – Elizabeth Demeusy

I definitely can relate — especially the whole part about stopping between songs… *yikes* “Hey Fitties! I thought I’d follow up yesterday’s post about audition tips with some of the stuff I’ve learned through trial and error teaching Zumba. I made a lot of mistakes back then. I probably still do, but they’ll sort themselves … Continue reading Some mistakes I’ve made as a Zumba instructor – Elizabeth Demeusy

26 Of The Most Important Articles By People Of Color In 2016

Required reading.  There are some gems here: “As a black woman raising brilliant, handsome, talented young black men, I am cognizant of my responsibility to them and their future. My husband and I stress the importance of their having to walk an even straighter line than their white counterparts. A lesson that is heartbreaking and … Continue reading 26 Of The Most Important Articles By People Of Color In 2016

“You’re Not Out of Options” by Bishop Dr Rudolph McKissick at Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference (OUC)

One of the reasons I’m so excited for the annual PELC (Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference) is because I know that I will get to hear some of the best sermons I have heard all year. So far, I haven’t been disappointed. This right here is a Word from on High.  I’d share my favourite … Continue reading “You’re Not Out of Options” by Bishop Dr Rudolph McKissick at Pastoral Evangelism and Leadership Conference (OUC)