God loves you so much. He has already taken the time to design a specific path and destiny for your life. Even as I release these words, I feel an excitement for what the Lord desires to do in your life. You see, you have been created for greatness. There is something so unique and … Continue reading A Word for Destiny
Who would have thought that TV star Kim Kardashian West and President Donald J. Trump would be a likely pair to usher in grace for a 63 year old, African-American woman who called prison home. Not me. I don’t know either of them personally, but it’s important that we not make judgements and put people … Continue reading See Something. Do Something.
I love to see friends and family outside having plain old fun. Summertime is like a welcome mat for reunions and festivals with vendors, barbecues, and inflatable bounce houses for the kids. This summer several people participated in Juneteenth celebrations. Across the country, these people had a high time commemorating General Gordon Granger’s announcement in … Continue reading Summertime
It was bedtime. The moonlight cast a shadow of the bare tree limbs on the window pane. The wind caused the shadow to move ever so slightly. It seems logical now, but for a little girl in a dark room, it was a mystery in the making. I was just a child and the last … Continue reading Stand Your Ground
I read a story of a man that recounted his near-death experience. The article told of how he was standing at a sandbar, waist-high in the water, when he was suddenly caught up in a riptide. Yes, a type of strong and powerful current known to have swept some people out to a watery grave. … Continue reading Look to Him
I was not in a service, but I got “full” as some good old church ladies would say. It was their way of expressing themselves when they felt spiritually and emotionally touched by God. Growing up in church gave me an up-close and personal view of what getting “full” looked like. It could be noticed in … Continue reading Lord, Have Mercy
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -- I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” -Robert Frost There is a point in all of our lives where we reach a crossroad. Google’s dictionary defines a crossroad as “a point at which a crucial decision must be made … Continue reading Crossroads