Thanksgiving begins in the heart not at the table. For all of us this year thanksgiving looks different. But when I read from chronicles this slightly overused but true verse, give thanks to the lord for he is good. I realize we are not instructed to give thanks for our good things, but for HE … Continue reading Thoughts on Thanksgiving
Should we readily apply Paul’s teaching to the most heinous sinful city to mature, God fearing Christians disciples today simply because they are “women” living today?
Sadly, it wasn’t until I became deeply involved in Baptist church that I understood the need for women’s studies.
In the midst of a patriarchal ruled people and a male dominated nation, Caleb raised his daughter to speak up to be an influencer.
I wonder if each and every one of us has a version of a burka in life? The thing that we put on before going outside that keeps us hidden and obscure from the world. I saw a woman today getting out of the passenger side of a small SUV. She had on a burka-like … Continue reading My Burka
Why are we still taking extreme precautions for a virus that we know 90% of the population is recovering from? In a utopian society people would manage the world "perfectly". We don’t live in Utopia. At the end of every nonfictional day we go to bed flawed, imperfect and broken individuals. Humanity is capable of … Continue reading Live Free or Die
Tata – This word means “father” and is a term of endearment that many South Africans use for Mr Mandela. Since he is a father figure to many, they call him Tata regardless of their own age. - Nelson Mandela foundation website. “When a man is denied the right to live the life he believes in, … Continue reading Nelson Mandela