MLK Jr. delivered the speech "I Have a Dream" on August 28, 1963, March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, advocating for civil and economic rights and an end to racial discrimination. At the height of the civil rights movement, King's speech to more than 250,000 supporters in Washington, D.C., at the Lincoln Memorial was … Continue reading “I Have A Dream” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In the past few months, I have had the privilege of meeting female missionaries of color in Ghana. People outside of Ghana and even outside of the United States have given my name and phone number to these sisters that I have now met. I asked these women why they called me, assuming it was … Continue reading Build One Another Up … Don’t Tear One Another Down
Matthew 26: 12 - 13 "Play it safe" is something we hear so often in today's world. No want wants to be viewed as being too outside of the box. But when we, in obedience, perform radical acts of service and worship to our Lord, we will necessarily be outside of the box. People will … Continue reading What Will Your Memorial Be?
In the name of our rituals, traditions, etc.; who have we been willing to sacrifice? Y'all know what I'm talking about? The rituals and traditions of some folk: we (ladies) don't wear pantswe don't wear make-upwe don't eat shrimpwe don't clap our handswe don't dance Or what about these: we must keep silentwe must speak … Continue reading Don’t Get Caught up in “Spare Rituals”
God can and He will trade beauty for ashes -- He can and He will restore what the locusts have destroyed.