Faithfully Speaking

Mental health challenges can easily disrupt every aspect of your life, keeping you away from your lifelong passion. However, with faith and the proper treatment, you can get your mental health in order. In this episode, Melissa Wade chats with gospel recording artist Quianna Crute. Overcoming anxiety, depression, substance abuse, binge eating and other ailments, […]

Melissa Wade speaks with Portia Scott Hedgepeth and Mia Sutton of Sisters Network Triangle in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Dr. Tiffany Lowe Clayton joins us to provide advice on how we can combat childhood obesity and get to the source of the matter.

We speak with Tamiya Dortch, an outpatient therapist at Upward Change Health Services, to talk about how we can help our kids' mental health.

Melissa Wade chats with Heather Joi Kenney of Gateway Community Development Corporation on tips to start a small business.

In this episode, Melissa Wade chats with Stacey L. Carless, Esq., the Founder and Executive Director of N.C. Counts Coalition.

In recognition of Black Business Month, Darrell Tennie of The Tennie Group, LLC in Raleigh gives helpful advice on starting a business.

Melissa Wade chats with Me-Me Cowans, owner of Bliss Face and Body Studio, to talk about the value of practicing self care.

Melissa Wade and Warren Ballentine have a conversation on the Supreme Court ending affirmative action in the college admissions process.

We are back with another episode of Faithfully Speaking, and we chat with Dr. Tiffany Lowe Clayton (a.k.a. “Dr. TLC”), a specialist in obesity medicine, medical weight management and stress management currently practicing at WakeMed. She chats with Melissa Wade about how important it is for us to monitor their health and taking preventative measures […]