“Inspire and motivate the heart of youth and adults.” I am often asked, “how did you come up with the idea of, Project Storytime Reading and Celebrate Our Youth Week?” Both ideas originated with observing a need in all communities to invest our resources in the emotional, academic, and spiritual, future of youth. (Enhancing youth abilities, gifts, talents, and future potentials. Building spiritual foundations of love, prepare future leaders with a heart of love. Building spiritual foundations of love, prepare youth to build their communities by providing service through caring, sharing, and spiritual love. Celebrate Our Youth Week is May 31-June 6, 2021. The theme is, “Youth Inspiring Youth.” Show youth spiritual love all week. This is your journey. You make the difference.)

Project Storytime Reading Motto:  Youth inspiration*Youth achievement*Youth excellence.

Project Storytime reading presents, Easter 2021:Understanding and Appreciating True Spiritual Love from the Heart.  Spiritual love is love from the heart, with the presence of God. “God is love.  God is life. God is the foundation of love and life.”  Jesus demonstrated God’s divine love from “The Cross.”  The Atoning Sacrifice of Jesus Christ on “The Cross,” cost His life. Jesus’s death, burial, and Resurrection, demonstrate that a Loving God, loved the world so, “…He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.”  
Spiritual love from the heart was demonstrated in 2020 and 2021 by Dr. Ala Stanford, a Pediatric Surgeon from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  “She became a Covid19 vaccine champion for the hardest hit black community in Philadelphia.”  (N.B.C. News with Lester Holt)  Spiritual love from the heart was also demonstrated by a twenty two year old college nursing student in March, 2021, who, “spent her college Spring break giving Covid19 vaccine shots to members of her community.”  (W.A.L.B. 10             T.V.)
Project Storytime Reading’s first anniversary of, “Celebrate Our Youth Week,” is May 31-June 6, 2021.  The theme is, “Youth Inspiring Youth.”  Parents, families, caregivers, youth leaders, community leaders, business leaders, education leaders, political leaders, and Church leaders, are encouraged to show spiritual love and support for youth positive hard work, dreams, visions, and achievements, especially,  during the Covid19 pandemic.  Children, youth, and students have endured enormous stress, anxiety, and depression, while daily witnessing overwhelming sickness and death.  Helping youth establish a solid foundation ensure that youth are prepared for a successful future.  Our prayer is that youth continue to grow and mature academically, emotionally, and spiritually.  In all situations, stay with God.