eBlog: Seasons Change

Seasons Change “Seasons Change” Minister Stacy Adams, eBlogger By now, most of you have heard Apostle H. Daniel Wilson’s recent announcement to VKMI and the eFam. On Father’s Day 2021, our spiritual father said he’s stepping down as Senior Pastor. No, he’s not retiring; and thank God this isn’t an old school transition because he’s […]

eBlog: Maternal Sacrifice

Maternal Sacrifice As we honor mothers this month, let’s remember their purest characteristic…sacrifice. From the beginning of time, mothers – true mothers, have sacrificed their time, energy, money, emotions and sometimes safety, all for their children. As far back as the Old Testament, we can see examples of real sacrificial moms.     Moses’ mother was […]

eBlog: For Such A Time As This

For Such A Time As This March is Women’s History Month, but maybe it should be renamed Black Women’s History Month! Nothing against anyone else, but the sisters are breaking new ground and creating history right before our very eyes. What better time than now for the heart and soul of the Black family and […]

eBlog: Four More Years: A Closer Look

Four More Years: A Closer Look A lot can happen in four years. A student can earn a high school diploma or a bachelor’s degree; the world can experience a leap year; and of course a U.S. President can complete a term in office. There’s something special about four-year cycles. Even the world recognizes this […]

eBlog: Social Justice: A Call of Duty

Social Justice: Call of Duty George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. Philando Castile. Alton Sterling. Sandra Bland. Freddie Gray. Walter Scott. Tamir Rice. Laquan McDonald. Michael Brown. Eric Garner. Trayvon Martin… Emmett Till. Unfortunately, these are just a few of those who were killed at the hands of rogue police officers or citizens embolden by […]

eBlog: The Recipe for Hope

Recipe For Hope With all that’s going on in the world, it’s easy to lose hope. In just a matter of weeks, one single virus has turned the world upside down. People are dying, crying, and unsure about the future. More than 30 million jobs have been lost in the U.S., and food banks can […]

eBlog-Family Matters

Is it possible for families to really be strong without forgiveness, and for forgiveness to truly exist without reconciliation? That may be a loaded question, but our recent teachings on the family call for a deeper look at how we actually apply the scriptures to our everyday lives. Do we truly do as the Word […]