The Verdict is In

If you were going to be placed on trial for being a Christian, would you be found innocent or guilty? Well, there's only one way to find out. Here is a list of the criteria for living the Christian lifestyle (the following list was taken from Romans 12:9-21): Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil;... Continue Reading →

Not the Ideal Activist [Repost]

I'm still in shock over the death of Chadwick Boseman. It was no secret that he was one of my most favorite actors. His life had an immeasurable impact on the future generations, as well as my own. I almost fell out of my seat when my best friend called and told me that Chadwick... Continue Reading →

I’m Tired … But Still Pressing

I'm Tired ... But Still Pressing (Guest Post) This post was written by my cousin, The Unlikely Missionary. She wrote this article in response to the recent incidents of police brutality. She encourages us to press on in the fight for freedom and to trust Jesus for the healing of racial injustice in our communities.... Continue Reading →

Passion Post: Say No to Invalidation

This post is part of a newly-developed category called "Passion Posts." In this section, I will write short posts about topics that I feel passionate about. These topical essays are meant to invoke change and highlight biblical principles for different circumstances. These posts are also meant to start constructive conversations about real-life experiences.  Passion Post... Continue Reading →

Toni Morrison’s “Beloved” Legacy

Toni Morrison is one of the most legendary novelists of all time. Not only did her literary works spark essential conversations about the experiences of African-Americans during the sixties and seventies, but she also revolutionized the black narrative during the Civil Rights movement. Morrison's novels transformed my perception of being an African-American woman. The Bluest Eye taught... Continue Reading →

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