Get Up Erica

In today’s edition of the Faith Walk, Erica Campbell talks about growing up in a house full of sarcasm, and how that became an integral part of how she communicates with people and receives sarcasm, criticism and even insults from people. One day, she had the idea to look up what it says about sarcasm […]

In this edition of Erica Campbell & GRIFF‘s True Hollywood Bible Stories, we take a look at Genesis 5:27. This is the story of Methuselah, who lived 969 years, bore many children, who bore him many grandchildren, and so on and so forth. Click on the audio player to hear Erica & GRIFF tell this […]

In this edition of the Faith Walk, Erica Campbell discusses being responsible and accountable with our faith. It’s easy to feel like once you’ve submitted yourself to God, everything should immediately be all peachy. But that’s not how goes; giving your heart to Jesus is just the beginning. There is no automatic button- you’ve got […]

In today’s edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF draws on the inspiration of “WWJD,” as in “What would Jesus do?” He recognizes that, since it’s Friday, a lot of people have probably been similarly thinking all week- “watch when my money come,” in anticipation of getting paid. He says a prayer for all those people who […]

In GRIFF’s Prayer today, he speaks about those who don’t quite understand how to share. He was struck by the people in church who don’t tithe, and believes that the reason they have a problem with tithing is because they have a problem with sharing. He goes over some basic rules of sharing etiquette and […]

In today’s Ericaism, Erica Campbell points out that in some places and spaces, it’s considered cooler to be mean or inconsiderate. In these circles, it gives off the impression of being more “hard,” or even “gangster,” to look out for yourself first, or simply only yourself in a more aggressive way. While it can be […]

In today’s Ericaism, Erica Campbell points out that in some places and spaces, it’s considered cooler to be mean or inconsiderate. In these circles, it gives off the impression of being more “hard,” or even “gangster,” to look out for yourself first, or simply only yourself in a more aggressive way. While it can be […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF starts off with his feelings of gratefulness for the existence of black churches. He acknowledges the fact that we do still have black churches and white churches, and details with passion the character found in black churches while celebrating white churches, too. He talks about the historic charm […]

In this edition of the Love Talk, Erica Campbell reminds us that love isn’t only yes; sometimes it’s no. And you can- and should -say no with love. The love of oneself as well as the love of others can propel you to say no to someone, and that’s okay. It can be difficult, especially […]

We have to trust in God, and not just our own way of thinking. It’s easy for us to make decisions solely based off of how we feel, especially in anger. But Erica Campbell reminds us in this Faith Walk that God’s word should be the authority in all situations, no matter how many feelings […]

Summer fashion is always exciting as we approach the scene fresh out of the dead of winter. But every year when we quickly plunge into the relentless heat, styling for optimal comfort and flyness can get a little tricky. But luckily, we have Goo Goo, fashion stylist extraordinaire, to give us some helpful tips on staying […]

Flex & Shanice Washington chatted with Erica Campbell and GRIFF about their popular show, “Flex & Shanice,” which comes on OWN Saturdays at 9pm.They talked about what it’s like living with the whole family, not just their kids, and sharing their trials with fans. They also opened up about the experience they are having doing reality […]