The Devil Inside Me “Surprise”

The Devil Inside Me “Surprise”

My mind raced back to my going away party for Hawaii. A drunken night with my closest friends and the woman I was about to have the best sex of my life with. She was a backup singer in my dad’s reunion tour band, and I just banged her. The memories of her trying to get me to stay home instead of moving to Hawaii circulated through my brain as I was trying to remember if I used a condom or not.

Society of Kingdom Minds “Leadership & Race”

Society of Kingdom Minds “Leadership & Race”

It’s time to create a new ripple effect, a new, a new change like it’s tonight. Today is the day that we ignite the spirit inside each and every one of us and Holy spirit, father, God, we cannot do that without you, but let’s light some people up today. Like I’m tired of playing small. I’m tired of, of like, we’ll see foot and around boy, I got close to there. God was he putting around over subjects that need to be punched in the face, tackled head on no more running, no more skirting around it. Let’s give a spirit of courage in each and every one of us that are here today, anyone that joins in the broadcast, anyone that comments, heck, we’re going to leave it up where you can join us live.

Gratitude:UnFiltered featuring Talie Davis-Weir

Gratitude:UnFiltered featuring Talie Davis-Weir

You know what, I am so grateful for the season that feel like I’m in right now. I feel like I’m being stretched in a new way and I’m learning and growing and deepening and some things specifically around, I feel like I’m being invited into a season of rest, which is, it’s a principle that I know, you know, it’s, it’s something that I know is really essential for the journey. And I’m being invited to deepen in that so much. And it’s bringing up all kinds of great stuff in me, identity around being a hard worker. And, you know, it’s, it’s really interesting, but I feel very much like it’s connected to what I’m made to do and the people I made to work with. And if I’m not really deeply embodying it, then I don’t have it to give.

The Devil Inside Me “Inheritance”

The Devil Inside Me “Inheritance”

My second divorce was now final and I could explore new sex buddies without having to hide it, at least from a wife.   I really cared for her and wanted to make it work but her kids drove me crazy and I resented her for taking away the option of us having sex with other men.  She was the first woman I was kinda honest with about my sexuality, even if it was by accident. Most of the truth came out when I was on the phone with her, high on crystal meth, telling her how I fantasized about her gay friends.  

Gratitude:UnFiltered featuring Erica Kristene

Gratitude:UnFiltered featuring Erica Kristene

And he pushed my head against the car door. He was driving and we were pulling in my building and I even remember what I was wearing. And for whatever reason, I don’t remember what I said, but he shoved me really hard against the passenger side window. And in that moment, my entire life changed. And that moment I had never been, I had dated men who were mentally abusive by I’d never dated somebody who would ever physically put their hands on me. I never even was really spanked like as a title. And so I just, it was just a completely different, it just in that moment, it just completely changed my life and things.

The Devil Inside Me “Newport”

The Devil Inside Me “Newport”

I grew up in a baptist church growing up and all I heard was “gay people go to hell” sex is for a married mand and woman” “fornecators!” Well I liked having sex with anything that walked so where does that factor in? “No sex outside of marriage or you go to hell!” I heard over and over from the preacher man but he got caught stealing money from the church to buy his whore jewelry so what does he know?

Gratitude:UnFiltered w/ Mary Huang

Gratitude:UnFiltered w/ Jody Paar

Jody Paar is a certified life coach, keynote speaker, two-time International best-selling author, and podcaster, who speaks healing into the lives of men and women held captive by fear. She shares her “faith over fear” mentally to help others break free. Through her own incredible story of surviving human trafficking, trauma, sexual, mental, and physical abuse, and suicide she proves that it is possible to survive AND to thrive.

Gratitude:UnFiltered w/ Mary Huang

Gratitude:UnFiltered “Nonprofit Architect” featuring Travis Johnson

Travis is currently an active-duty officer in the United States Navy, married with two children, and on move #50. His humble beginnings include 36 moves before graduating high school at 17, 6 states, 5 foster homes, surviving 2 murder attempts, and getting in
serious trouble with the law. Although this was very rough, there was always a person, group, or church willing to help him and his family. Now that he’s in a position to give back, , he’s made it his mission to “Help the Helpers”. He also spent 15 years helping 400 families payoff $6 million in debt.

Gratitude:UnFiltered w/ Mary Huang

Gratitude:UnFiltered featuring Rachel D. Fox

Rachel Fox has been empowering businesses and enabling individuals to achieve their dreams for over a decade. Her unparalleled expertise in technology and corporate strategy has made her a trusted partner to institutions that value her ability to dramatically improve their bottom line, while at the same time clarifying the organization’s objectives to achieve maximum potential. She is a firm believer that nothing is impossible, and is blessed with the opportunity to live out that belief with entrepreneurs, CEOs, and organizations of all shapes and sizes on a daily basis. Additionally, she has spent the last ten years addressing audiences both small and large with her own unique message of empowerment and overcoming life’s (seemingly) daunting obstacles.

Gratitude:UnFiltered w/ Mary Huang

Gratitude:UnFiltered w/ Jessica Rapoport

Jessica Rapoport is an educator, mother of three daughters and small business owner. She loves sharing her favorite spots with the world via Instagram. Her walk with the Lord began very young, her parents were pastors and her first spiritual encounter was when she was kidnapped at six years old. Her intimacy with God grew in the difficulties of her marriage and she continues to walk and grow with him today.