as’Mia knows God, but she also knows death, loneliness, struggle, and pain. Jas’Mia thinks she has lost the love of her life, Bobby, to Shelby, the woman he has decided to marry. Jas’Mia seems to have lost everything, but soon blessings appear. Carlos is everything a woman could want in a Godly man. Money falls like rain and washes her struggles away but doing the right thing is not easy to do when wrong feels right. Can Jas’Mia walk with Christ if her steps are crooked?
Recently married, a fulfilling career, and a new baby on the way, Hannah Jefferson couldn't be more pleased. After experiencing many difficulties in her past, Hannah simply desires to be a good wife and mother and build closer family relationships, yet her aspirations are short lived. Soon, Hannah's life is thrown into turmoil. She is desperately in need of a miracle, but it seems unlikely until she is offered the unexpected answer to add a glimmer of light to her current darkness. Eventually, she ends up back at square one. Meanwhile, beautician and mentor to many, Ms. Priscilla, and Hannah's other loved ones attempt to lead her to true contentment and total healing, from the inside out. Will she receive the invitation, or will she remain empty and forever searching?
No one ever truly realizes the power of their love, until love is tested and they have to endure things unimaginable and sometimes hurtful. And if the truth is declared, no one wants to but… Sometimes we find ourselves standing in the test of love and this is exactly where Priscilla Marshall finds herself. Married to Steven since she graduated college, together they were the perfect couple. Both making successful business moves, both loved their choices, but one had a secret that could change their lives. Priscilla, now forced to make a plan to secure her future, finds out that a plan without God involved is not a plan at all because “Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails” (Proverbs 19:21). What will God use to make this woman’s plan come full circle with His own, and after the test, will they find that they truly do have an Enduring Love?
Lynn and Jerome Watson have been together since meeting in the halls of Booker T. Washington High School, in 1993. Twenty-five years, a house, business and three children later they are on the heels of their 18th wedding anniversary and Lynn's 40th birthday. Her only request ... a night of fun, at home, with her husband and maybe a few toys. Lynn thinks their marriage bed is suffering and wants to spice it up. Jerome, on the other hand, thinks Lynn is overreacting. His thoughts, if it ain't broke, don't break it trying to fix it. Then something happens that shakes up the Watson household and secrets are revealed but the biggest secret, Jerome has and his lips are sealed. Bible says in Hebrews 13:4, "Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the sexually immoral and adulterous." But what happens when life starts throwing daggers, lies, turns and twists?
When the seventh child of the Peace family, named Perfect, turns eight, her mother Emma Jean tells her bewildered daughter, "You was born a boy. I made you a girl. But that ain't what you was supposed to be. So, from now on, you gon' be a boy. It'll be a little strange at first, but you'll get used to it, and this'll be over after while." From this point forward, his life becomes a bizarre kaleidoscope of events. Meanwhile, the Peace family is forced to question everything they thought they knew about gender, sexuality, unconditional love, and fulfillment.
Retiree Eugeena Patterson has picked up some new activities which include volunteering at an afterschool program and helping her future daughter-in-law plan a wedding. Eugeena is more than thrilled to see her son, Dr. Cedric Patterson, a longtime bachelor soon wed his girlfriend, Carmen Alpine. During wedding planning errands, Eugeena notices a man is tailing her and Carmen. When the man confronts Carmen this makes Eugeena’s enthusiasm wane and suspicions rise. Later when that man is found dead, Carmen becomes a suspect. As Eugeena begins to investigate Carmen's past, she’s wondering if this wedding will ever happen.
Payton Reid discovers all surprises aren’t pleasant when Marcus, the man she loves, spontaneously breaks up with her in pursuit of his music career. The white picket fence lifestyle she once dreamed of is shattered in a moment's notice. She believes her vision of her daughter, Dillon, experiencing family life has been ripped away from their very core. Eli Pierce learns once a good girl goes bad there's no turning back. After a risky encounter shortly after his divorce, Eli makes a decision which causes him to question his chance at finding love again. When Payton and Eli become seat mates on a return flight from Dallas to Houston, they connect and develop a friendship which leads to much more. Just when Payton is about to fully give her heart to Eli, he reveals a truth about himself which causes her to re-evaluate her desire to build a future with him. The situation becomes more complex when Marcus appears on the scene ready to reclaim his family. Payton finds herself at a crossroad, the IMPACT of her decision ultimately changes the course of her life. True love never dies...or does it?
Princess F. Gooden
Venita Alderman Brandon
"I can't marry you..." A sentiment and decision intended to set her life on the right course had the opposite effect. Raegan was all set to live a life free of sexual impurities and she thought she had that area of her life under control until she met Rico, who challenged her character. Raegan had come to believe that Rico could be the one until Caleb, her college love, comes back into her life, causing her to question everything she knew about Rico. However, it may be a little too late. Raegan was in too deep. She begins to make a series of choices that lead to consequences she wasn't prepared to face. Will her choices ruin her second chance with Caleb? Will she learn that God has created her for a higher purpose and that a few minutes of carnal pleasure are not worth God's eternal blessings?