Thoughts on Black is King | @intercession4ag @trackstarz

Recently, Beyonce dropped a video album, “Black is King.” Before it even came out videos were popping up on YouTube accusing her of comparing Black people being kings to Jesus Christ being the king due to Kanye West’s album. Other accusations went out as well. I watched the film this past Sunday and it did […]

The Power of Choice | @intercession4ag @trackstarz

When you choose something you genuinely want; you appreciate it more and are more willing to pay the price for it. I thought about this when I recently went into an office supplies store looking for a printer. The printers had been flying off of the shelves due to Covid-19―possibly because many people are working […]

Simplifying the Cares Act for Student Loans: | @intercession4ag @trackstarz

Many Millennials are facing student loan debt. As you may already know by now; the government has enacted a mandatory deferment on all Federal student loans from March 13th, 2020  – September 30th, 2020. That means people holding Federal student loans do not have to make a principal or interest payment until October of 2020 […]

Fellow Entrepreneurs: Keep Building | @intercession4ag @trackstarz

During this season, I’d been seeking the Lord about my business and ministry more often than usual. I’d been asking God what He wanted me to do. Does He want me to continue or do something else? I believe God’s response to me was to keep going. Intercession for A Generation was started on a […]

Does God Want Us to Put Up w/Abuse?| @intercession4ag @trackstarz

Have you ever been involved in an altercation that seemed so unnecessary as if someone was striving with you without cause? Of course, you have, and if you have not, you eventually will. This is just an inevitable part of life. Some misunderstandings naturally occur, and sometimes others simply take out what is going on […]

Standing Together Against Racism| @intercession4ag @trackstarz

In 2014, the country was upset over a young man who laid in the streets for hours like road-kill while many African Americans suffered in grief at another young man’s life disregarded and shamed as to have little value. The country re-lived this pain again and again with others like Alton Sterling and Philando Castile […]