In this episode Carmela and Claudia welcome Ashley Ivey Askew, Founder & CEO of In the Nick of Time: An Elite Mobile Salon & Spa, and Pastor Reginald Sharpe, Jr., Senior Pastor of Fellowship Chicago Missionary Baptist Church. Ashley shares with us about her medical background and how that knowledge influences how she and her technicians plan to commence offering services again on June 1st. Excited to reopen her business, Ashley believes what is most important is compassion and how businesses successfully reopen. Pastor Sharpe, a viral sensation for a clip of him sharing his plan to keep the building closed during the church’s announcements, talks with us about the heart behind his decision and other pastoral decisions he’s made since his recent installation. This is an episode with a multitude of emotions as we mourn the murder of George Floyd, cheer with excitement for the plans of a black small business, laugh over the church announcements, and shout about the messages of hope in all it. Make sure you watch this episode. Like. Share. Subscribe.
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