The Midwives’White Party

Charlotte Chapter TABITHA’S DAUGHTER WHITE PARTY One of our sovereign assignments as women of color is to heal ourselves, so we can heal the world. What does this mean and what does it look like? Healing must manifest as SELF-CARE! As Tabitha’s Daughters, we believe in the self-practices of rest, meditation, healthy eating, deep breathing,Continue reading “The Midwives’White Party”

A Day of Mindfulness & Kindness – May 15, 2021

Tabitha’s Daughters, LLC in collaboration with Pnema Experience, LLC (A Day of sisterly fellowship, self-care practices, and restoration – (.Instruction is Meditation, Deep Breathing, Journaling, & Stress Reduction Exercising) _ Empowering & Restorative! “When you heal a woman, you heal a family. When you heal the family, the community is healed.”

Kimberly Harriel-Allen

Tabitha’s Daughters on the Run – March 2021 (Congratulations Kim) A SOCIAL MEDIA CONVERSATION – 4BlacknBrown2 Kim says: “We will discuss topics that help us and others access the necessary services and how the delivery of these services should look – such as: Who to call and what departments are responsible for issues such asContinue reading “Kimberly Harriel-Allen”

THE WARRIOR POSE – THE STORY OF JAEL FEBRUARY 22, 2021 “Every Woman has a story AND Every Woman’s story matters to God.” – Tabitha’s Daughters, LLC INTRODUCTION When we enter into the Old Testament, as we often do, we are accustomed to the stories of warriors, conquerors, and those who fought hard on behalf ofContinue reading

A Rose by Any Other Name – The Story of Rhoda tagediva INTRODUCTION At one time in early biblical history, the writings of the gospel of Luke and the book of Acts were combined.  Luke, called the “beloved physician” by Apostle Paul (Colossians 4:14), was one of the most prolific writers of the New Testament.  Luke’s record starts with the birth of John the BaptistContinue reading “A Rose by Any Other Name – The Story of Rhoda”