Good Ground, Writing Series, Writings

What is the Daniel Fast?

I am debuting a new series called Good Ground. This will be a basic biblical foundational series about various topics that help you when dealing with the Word or various concepts. "But he who received seed on the good ground is he who hears the word and understands it, who indeed bears fruit and produces: some a hundredfold, some… Continue reading What is the Daniel Fast?

Blogging, Updates, Writings

Taking the Next Step

July 2018 is going to be a big for Everything's Magnificent. I'm taking a huge first step to what I believe God has been leading me towards for a while. FIRST: Tomorrow, (July 4th) I am a guest interviewer on the Saved AND Woke Podcast interviewing Juan "Mr. Saved and Woke" Tuset on who he is,… Continue reading Taking the Next Step

Writings

Managing Trauma for the Kids (Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day)

I remember going to make pottery or being a "body-guard" for my grandmother during events when I was little. I thought the nerve of these events to not have any snacks, coloring books, or TV to watch. Why would anyone come to an event without food? To this day, I'm still not sure why. In… Continue reading Managing Trauma for the Kids (Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day)

Blogging, Updates, Writings

2018: Year of Change and Growth

Everything's Magnificent 2.0

Writings

Daniel Caesar – Freudian (Album Review)

A few months ago, I wrote a piece for Vibe Fridays: Daniel Caesar – Get You. In it I talked about Daniel Caesar, a relatively unknown from Toronto with buttery smooth vocals, church background, and soulful lyrics about love and life. Today I'll talk about his debut album, Freudian. Let me say this clearly. Daniel Caesar… Continue reading Daniel Caesar – Freudian (Album Review)

Writings

Alabama and Pragmatic Black Voters

Now that the smoke has settled from the heated Alabama election and we push forward towards the largest tax restructure in our lifetimes, what does Alabama tell us about the future of our nation? Why did black people choose Doug Jones over Roy Moore? This is Part Two of my piece from last week. If… Continue reading Alabama and Pragmatic Black Voters

Writings

In God I Trust

The past year has been a tough one for me. I've had highs and lows that have sculpted me into a man who I would not have recognized months before. I did one of the best things in my life and possibly one of the most dangerous: I asked God for something. *gasps* I know… Continue reading In God I Trust

Writings

My Identity in Him, Her, and Them

Until recently, I've been desperately searching for a sense of meaning while loneliness, hopelessness, and restlessness swallowed me whole. Sickness moved in as I began losing confidence in myself and the world around me. I lost my ability to interact with others as people have been become more apathetic and the notion of the United… Continue reading My Identity in Him, Her, and Them

Videos, Writings

Vibe Friday: Black Thought Blacks Out

Once Again, it is time for the resurrection of Vibe Fridays. Vibe Fridays are where I post videos, reviews, retro songs, reflections, and everything in between about Music. This week is about the infamous Black Thought from the Legendary Roots Crew on Hot 97. Black goes in for 10 minutes of nothing but intricate rhymes,… Continue reading Vibe Friday: Black Thought Blacks Out

Writings

Democracy off the Rails

Wednesday started off in a positive note in the midst of the maelstrom of heartache and headache that the past year has been for a black person living in 45's America. For those unplugged, yesterday Doug Jones won Alabama's Senate seat after a highly contested battle against Roy Moore. While it would take me an… Continue reading Democracy off the Rails