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.
Build One Another Up … Don’t Tear One Another Down
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
Walk This Way!
One of my favorite songs ever is Make Me A Servant. It was a staple in my solo repertoire when I was very young. I haven't sung it in in a very long time. At a recent memorial service the eulogist was speaking about a person who was a natural servant; a willing servant; a … Continue reading Walk This Way!
Happy Birthday LSC!
OK - I know y'all are all saying - 'here she goes again!'. But all I can say is, this dude is my beau; my darling; my one and only; well, just MINE!! I'm grateful for Lloyd's life. In the words of Barbara Johnson Tucker and her family, "I have so many things to thank … Continue reading Happy Birthday LSC!
I’m Coming Out!!!
It seems that everybody is coming out of the closet, and Oh! The angst it seems to bring to many believers in Christ! Well – I’m Coming Out of The Closet Too - it’s high time that I did it too – so here goes .... I LOVE!