Believe it or not, this is not a political post though it may be controversial. No matter what side of the aisle you fall on, I think we can all agree this was a historic week with Kamala Harris becoming the first Black, first South Asian and first female vice president in this nation’s history. … Continue reading A woman’s place is in the White House – and in the Church.
For many people, this Martin Luther King Jr. holiday might be hitting harder than usual. While injustices towards our black brothers and sisters have been going on literally for centuries, it definitely felt like 2020 was the impetus for a renewal in the prioritization of racial reconciliation and justice. We began to see people come … Continue reading This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, do more than post a quote
“For out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks.” – Luke 6:45 It’s not lost on me even as I write this blog the power that words can have. They can bring life or they can bring death. They can tear down or they can lift up. It’s a funny concept to think about … Continue reading The weight of our words
Well, this quarantine project/2021 resolution is coming to life a bit sooner than I thought because I simply can’t stay quiet after today. I wrote and blogged a lot when I lived abroad but hadn't really found my writing niche again since returning to the States four years ago. But today's events, and really much … Continue reading re-glory