I’m Officially A Filmmaker & Why I Can’t Be Silent Anymore: Life Update

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I’m alive and my hope has been restored.

In early December I felt like I had nothing to look forward to. I won’t go into the details of everything, but just know it was bad. “Good Morning Heartache” was my theme song. Blue was the color of life. I was grieving. What exactly? Everything I felt like I lost. I had little desire to live, because I didn’t see my purpose. But I also had no desire to die. So I just existed. Read More…

Don’t Forget the Promise #Believe2017

Photo credit: mindstepinc.com

Photo credit: mindstepinc.com

A few weeks ago I went to visit a buddy of mine in hospice. Yes, hospice. She had a stroke this summer. To my knowledge she was on the road to recovery. I’d snap her a few times and she would respond. There’s even a video of her on Facebook learning how to walk again. This is why I was shocked to receive news that doctors had given her 5 days to live. Read More…

SURPRISE! Introducing “GOLDEN”: A Monthly Cinematic Devotional

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What do you do when you want more from your devotionals? You create what you wish existed.

You’ve heard me say this summer was challenging on multiple occasions. Not only did I struggle with accepting God’s timing for us to start a family, I had a major internal struggle about my career. I was in the process of writing devotions that would be a free monthly download on my blog, but I honestly wasn’t feeling it. My passion for film had returned with a vengeance. Read More…

Somebody Prayed for Me

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“I need God to make someone I NEVER talk to call me with a word of encouragement.”

I lightheartedly spoke these words to my husband about six weeks ago. It’s no secret I’m currently in a difficult season (it happens to all of us). I’ve been doing what I know to do to endure: pray, read my bible, fast, be in community with other believers, etc. I’ve even mentioned counseling a few times to my husband, but I needed more.

I facetiously told my husband how I wanted God to have a completely random person call me with a word of encouragement, but in my heart I was serious.

Well, excuse my bad grammar, but God be knowing.

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