at  the intersection of People, Politics, and Prayer

diversity, people, hugs,
US Congress dome closeup with background of water fountain splashing, American flag waving in Washington DC, USA closeup on Capital capitol hill, columns, pillars,
Diverse people in a religious group session, prayer


  • Grab your mimosa and tune in Fridays as Gail discusses everyday life at the intersection of people, prayer, and yes, politics. Join Gail for a range of topics ranging from fun and light {because we all need a break}, to deep and thought-provoking {because we all need to be challenged.}



  • A writer, speaker, teacher, and influencer, Gail is a podcaster and shares relevant news commentary with a call to action mixed with an inspirational message. She encourages people to push past the status quo and unlock their potential. Gail is sure to engage and embolden your listeners.

  • Join Gail every morning at 7:25 am eastern for news highlights, thoughts on how to respond intentionally, along with resources to match. News in Motion is paired with a message of hope, no matter how bleak the current situation may feel. 
  • Join us at the table to engage in justice conversations such as poverty, human and civi l rights , marginalized women and girls, and racial and social justice struggles of communities as diverse individuals.
  • The Bible is not silent on politics. As believers, we should not be either. There’s an urgency to give food to those who are food insecure, cries for those facing eviction, foreclosure, repositions, As a community, we are called to help. 
  • Prayer resources authored and facilitated by Gail Dudley, author of five prayer books and workbooks, prayer materials, and host of prayer summits. Part of Ministry in Motion, Gail has been called upon to teach prayer internationally. 

The Podcast



Welcome to #NIMOSAFridays, a wide-ranging weekly podcast with episodes dropping every Friday at 10:00 am.

Grab your mimosa and tune in on Fridays as Gail discusses everyday life situations at the intersection of people, prayer, and yes, sometimes she even talks politics. Join Gail for a range of topics ranging from fun and light {because we all need a break}, to deep and thought provoking {because we all need to be challenged.}

The good news? It all happens with your mimosa in hand, so you can be prepared. And the best part?  Each segment ends with a delicious new mimosa recipe, spiked or not!

Listen now wherever you get your podcasts.

mimosa, nimosafridays
 The Blog
Black People and Voting Rights

Black People and Voting Rights

Is it me, or do you find yourself asking, “Why is it that in 2021, the United States of America does not have voting rights for all people?”

Human Rights are voting rights, yes?

I promise you, every year since I have been a registered voter, I hear candidates touting the famous line, “I will make sure you have voting rights! I will pass voting rights into law.” However, here we are in 2021 with a newly elected president and vice president in the White House, with Congress running around trying to determine what’s on the table and what they will tackle.

I cannot help but ask, “Are Black people being used by…

read more


Civic Engagement Defined: Understanding and utilizing the dynamics of power, negotiations, networking, organizing, and empathy to achieve objectives while making an impact. It is also about building partnerships and alliances to help achieve objectives. There is so...

read more
Bold Moves

Bold Moves

Google dictionary defines bold as “showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous.” Other words shown are brave, courageous, spirited, confident, fearless, unflinching, assured, gusty, and spunky, to share a few more labels.

read more

Pin It on Pinterest