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Interview With Faith Abraham: How Faith & Sparkles World Revolutionize Parent-Child Relationships

Discover the transformative power of Faith and Sparkles World, where a girl and her pup are on a mission to bridge the communication gap between parents and children. Dive into their captivating journey as they empower families through children's books, workshops, mentorship, and the upcoming Empowerment Academy. Unveil their inspiring story of resilience, and learn how they're revolutionizing parent-child relationships to create a brighter, more connected future. Get ready to sparkle with Faith and Sparkles World!

photo credit: Jr Manalang: A Motion Production
photo credit: Jr Manalang: A Motion Production

Hi Faith! Tell us a little bit about your business!

The name of my business is Faith and Sparkles World. It's named after me and my pup, Sparkle. We support, guide and empower children, parents and families through my children's books, Creative Writing Workshops, Mentorship Program, merchandise and our upcoming Empowerment Academy.

What kind of audience do you target your business towards? Our target audience includes children, parents and guardians. Both are included because our mission at Faith and Sparkles World is to enhance communication and strengthen the bond between children and parents. The relationship between parents and their children is lacking; communication is low, and the authoritative parenting style is ineffective in this generation. My relationship with my mother, a single parent, evolves and blossoms daily because we understand, listen, support and grow with each other. My mother empowers me, and I empower her, resulting in each of us growing individually and together as a family.

What are your current goals for your business?


My current goal for Faith and Sparkles World is to build our Empowerment Academy. Our Empowerment Academy aims to support, guide, nurture, and empower children to fulfil their purpose with support and empowerment from their parents. We will teach parents and caregivers the knowledge they need and provide support on effective communication skills, bonding and relationship strengthening with their children. Are you ready to join our journey?

What would you like to achieve for yourself and your business?


I want to help people, animals and the environment. I am doing this now, although it's on a small scale. As more people get to know both Sparkle and me, we'll be able to guide, nurture and support families on their empowerment journey. I'm enjoying my life in the present. I operate from my heart, and I'm thankful that my mom supports me, allowing me to be creative and find ways to help humanity.


Who inspires you to be the best that you can be?

God inspires me the most because God encouraged me to write my books, help others and operate from my heart through kindness and compassion.

photo credit: Jr Manalang: A Motion Production

What is your work inspired by?


Love and true events inspire my books and business. My Mama (grandmother) had cancer, and Sparkle and I supported her during her recovery. The things in the books are things we did and still do to help her during that scary time. I started with wanting children to know their power comes from their hearts. My message turned into a movement empowering families to strengthen the bond between them.

Tell us about your greatest career achievement so far.


My greatest achievement in my career is showing up daily, helping humanity and empowering families. The recognition and the awards are nice, but I get to do what I love, and for me, that's the greatest and most important thing anyone can ask for. If you could change one thing about your industry, what would it be and why?


I would change how difficult it is to grow a positive movement, an empowering way of life. When heroes help others, transform lives and create a positive impact, it takes longer to reach the masses. Tell us about a pivotal moment in your life that brought you to where you are today.


A pivotal moment in my life was when I was bullied for skin colour, I had zero friends, and no one understood me. This challenged me, and my mother encouraged me to put my faith and message of kindness and compassion to the test. I did, and in three months, the environment shifted; others wanted to get to know me, be my friend, and the staff at the school found ways to be inclusive. Three months later, the same bully threatened to kill me, and he was very specific; his friends stood next to him in agreement that he'd do it and proceeded to say horrible things to me. At that moment, I felt scared and sad. Scared for my life and sad because he didn't need to be this way. This incident proved that my message and movement are most needed and that families don't know how to respond during these difficult situations. It validated me to start my Empowerment Academy to prepare and help families.

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