Friday, February 22, 2019

Moms of Compassion Community Forum Tour of Georgia

Hello I am so excited to be a part of a phenomenal group of women Sheneeza Volcova, Corey Lowe, April Ward, and I are the hoSts of a new Christian Television Network and Queen Water Network talk show called Moms of Compassion. This is a project of His Kindness Foundation and is a nonprofit work to combine our mission of serving Christian community by bringing everyday issues into their living rooms and then getting them to come out of their houses to meet as a group to provide the answers they need through outreach, subject matter experts and people in the community who want to help and support families as they are empowered to turn and help someone else to come throught the same issues.

This concept is unique. Because we are not just working to produce a television show. We are r3eaching into the homes of hurting poeople and then bringubg the answers they need abd are looking for with our Moms of Campassion Tour.

I want to share the fact that our first community forum is going to take place on March 14th 2019 acting East Roswell Recreation Center from 6 to 8 p.m. ourfocus  is on the needs of special needs children, their families, and how the church can support families who need it.

I can tell you that we are looking for service providers, support group leaders, families with special-needs children, churches who want to support them, respite agencies, and the general public who are looking to be able to  help these families, to come and be a part of the conversation.

We do have vendor and sponsorship opportunities if you're interested and we would really like to have at least 30 vendors. There is room for everyone we want to make your service known to those families who need you. Here is a link to the information.

As I stated earlier this Moms of Compassion Special Needs community forum is coming  to a city in Georgia near you. If you are a parent, provider, respite organization, or physician. We would like to speak to you about being a Keynote Speaker for one of these events near you.  If you have questions please contact me at or Sheneeza Volcova at

If this idea intrigues you, but you can not participate in person. We would appreciate a donation to our Fundly page here is that link.

Here are our tour dates (more details to come):

Roswell 3/14/19

Macon 4/18/19
Augusta 4/25/19

Albany 6/20/19
Athens 8/22/19
Chattanooga 8/29/19
Savannah 10/24/19
Valdosta 10/17/19

Special needs parents are a unique breed of people they love their children and they do everything they can to help them become as and dependent as possible.

Please come out and support them because if you're like me and you believe in parenting then the best thing we can do is offer loving kindness and support to pair to have one of the toughest jobs on the planet.

Believe in parenting!

Thursday, February 14, 2019

It is time for the church to take her head out of the sand!

Hello, as many of you have probably seen on Facebook and Linkedin, I am one of four host on a new show coming to Christian Television and Queen Ester network in Macon, Georgia. The show is called Moms of Compassion. It is our goal to bring to the forefront of Christian living the struggles, hardships, and needs that the church has been ignore for decades.

These issues are as follows:

Special needs children, mental illness, alcoholism, drug abuse,spousal abuse, child abuse, sex trafficking, pornography, abortion, and many others.

I can tell you that after communing with the Holy Spirit, He is not happy. He called us to the Earth to be His hands and feet to bring hurting people comfort, support, aid, to bind up there wounds, to get in the trenches and help them. To work with and be led by Him to the remedies to help people deal with what's going on in their everyday world.

Instead, we have abandoned them,  looked down on them with our pride and log filled eyes. It is time for us to take our heads out of the sand. It is time for us to recognize that we have failed to love one another. To really love and care for the least of us. It is time to wake up and be about our Father's business.

Moms of Compassion is a television talk show dedicated to Bringing these issues to the forefront through conversations and then getting out into the community and bringing forth solutions, information, support, and resources for people who need them.

I recently heard the story of a special-needs family whose child admittedly an older child accidentally soiled himself at church. Did the church respond in a loving and caring way? Letting the parents know that even though the child was older, we recognize and he has special needs and he may not have all the capabilities of other children. No, you Guessed It they asked that family to leave the church and not bring that child back. The left foot of fellowship!

It makes me ashamed to call myself a Christian  because they do. It just adds another layer to the line Christians are the only ones who shoot their own wounded. It is time for the Bride of Christ to stop acting like a bunch of lily-livered wimps and stand up and come against the enemy with everything in us and love  know another, and hurting people with everything in us.

I know this post is a rant and I'm sorry. For those of you who follow me I know you know that my heart is to help and support people. To give people especially parents the tools and resources they need to do an exceptional job with their children.

It is my hearth desire to see the church step up and become exceptional  in how they care for God's  people.