Saving All My Love: Dancing In The Present

Over these past few days after learning about Whitney Houston’s death, the world have exclaimed how much they loved her, her voice and her songs. They’ve held vigils and reminisced about what her life and songs meant to them. The reality that she will no longer record another song, perform in another movie or sing on stage causes us to think about what her life actually meant to us.  read more . . .

About Jacqui Showers

Jacqui Showers endeavors to shower the world with the rich life transforming blessings of the Word of God; thus empowering people to become all God envisioned so they can experience what God S.A.W.W. (Spiritual, Abundance Wholeness and Wealth). A sought after speaker, Jacqui evangelizes the Word of God and provides unboxed coaching through The Mentor Empowerment Institute (The ME Place), individual consultation, workshops, seminars, conferences, churches and other venues for individuals and organizations. Jacqui globally distributes her weekly Showers' Blessings Eblast Inspirations and hosts its annual “ Oh Break Out Experience," a life transforming Experience that encourages, edifies and empowers people to break out and experience the power, fullness and intimacy of God. Jacqui is presently finalizing her book that will be published in the near future. She is a ordained Elder under House of Prayer and Praise Ministries (HOPP) where she serves under Pastor Valorie Bennett. Most recently, she mobilized Southeast Michigan faith-based community for the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2010 Decennial Census. Minister Showers has been anointed as a spiritual midwife to assist others in birthing into their destiny in order to fulfill their purpose. She holds dear the love affair she and God share that is totally beyond compare. For speaking engagements, she can be contacted at or visit the website at

Posted on February 15, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Leslie Bishop-Joe

    This is absolutely wonderful and so thought provoking! So much of our feelings and sentiments are kept hidden until a time when the person who most needs to hear and experience them, is not around to do so. What insight. This should certainly cause us to think and to think deeply. Thank you my dear sister.

  2. Your words are so true, lets honor the living while they live.

  3. Wow! This is an excellent lesson to learn from the unfortunate tragedies from the famous people to the people in our community. I too personally to say that my father lost my job less than six months ago and I realized that he would do and say the craziest things. I would be too busy or distant to make time for him. Just reading this article made me realize that why he was doing simply cause he needed the love and attention during his hard times. Thanks for sharing.

  4. There is an episode of “Good Times” in which Fishbone fakes his death, much like the “Little House on the Prairie” episode.

    It is difficult sometimes for people to compliment one another or to see the good in someone else when the person can’t see the good in him or herself, and that leaves so many of us hurting–even after death.

    Jacqui, you, again, have written another gem, one I hope people do more than shake their heads in unison at. Maybe we can all find something to, as you say, to someone people “know that they are loved.”

  5. Imagine if we were to just show love to others, how better they will be. Not only them, we would better for it as well. All people want is to be celebrated. Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson and so many others are no different.

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