truth

Erica Campbell talks about two things truth and love.

In Love Talking, Erica Campbell talks about loving yourself enough to tell the truth.

In Faith Walking, Erica Campbell explains that our power and truth lies in the bible.

In this Ericaism, Erica explains that messy conversations never stay where you want them to.

In Love Talking, Erica Campbell says that love and truth should always go hand-in-hand.

In Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about the habit of going into autopilot.

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about not only the importance of truth, but the equal importance of one’s desire for truth. She explains that she and her sister had been having a conversation about Psalms 51:6, which correlates ones wisdom with their desire for truth. Desiring truth and honest leads to […]

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about the wisdom she heard from the elders in her church growing up, and later on in life, coming to understand the full gravity of that wisdom and what it meant. When we’re younger and we get advice from our elders, sometimes we right it off […]

In this edition of Love Talking, Erica Campbell talks about noticing people while out and about who look a complete mess, and wondering where that person’s friends were. Those who might let a friend or loved one go out looking a hot mess, just because they don’t want to tell them the truth, aren’t truly […]

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about our tendency to engage in acceptable deception. These are moments when someone asks us for our feedback, and we lie in order to protect their feelings, instead of simply being honest and speaking our truth in love. There’s a difference, Erica explains, between this loving […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell talks about a sermon that Pastor Sheryl Brady gave from Potter’s House in Dallas, which she shared an excerpt from on social media. In her sermon, she discusses the phrase, “the truth will set you free.” She says it’s actually inaccurate, and that “set you free” implies […]