#FiveMinuteFriday: Worth (a poem)

Faith Grace Poetry

//God has not forgotten me blistered in the sky left to soar the world alone, grazing across tree tops Neither has he forgotten the five sparrows sold for two pennies the color of their wings

#FiveMinuteFriday: Expect (a poem)

Grace Latinx Poetry Writing

Forget what it looks like to reach out to someone because of what Twitter or FB says. Forget what it looks like to reach out in a revolutionary way to form a bridge. Forget what it looks like to just be your common self.

Begin Again: Choosing to Move Towards God by Monica “Afrotasticlady” Vance

Family Grace Guest Post Strength Waiting

Through my questions, I learned that God gave my sister a miracle. He provided my family with one too. He allowed us to know this incredible woman. He gave her the gift of salvation and eventually brought her to Heaven. And He showed me that it was okay to grieve, and that it made me a real woman with real emotions.

Book Review: The Imperfect Disciple by Jared C. Wilson

Book Review Grace

I rushed to pick up this book because I am attracted to the notion of an Imperfect Disciple. The title resonated with me and the book cover design was beautiful. I often judge books by

Book Review: Whispers of Rest by Bonnie Gray

Book Review Faith Grace Prayer

Whispers of Rest was alike her previous book in style, approach, and tone. I expected a different avenue of thought but was not terribly disappointed. I felt the book was more of a journal than an illuminating read.

Begin Again: Taming Trauma by Tanya Cowley

Faith Family Grace Strength Waiting

On the outside, there wasn’t a girl closer to God than me. But on the inside, I was full of doubt. I begged for salvation at every altar call, repenting for being broken and traumatized.

Begin Again: Your Marriage Reset Button by Jen Weaver

Grace Guest Post Strength

When it comes to marriage, we expect to begin only once. So much so that many brides plan the commencement event for months, carefully selecting flowers, dresses, and really good cake.

Three Thoughts to Remember When You’re a Writer on the Go

Grace Guest Post Reading Writing

Insert chill ambiance set to a playlist of lyric-less hip hop songs, nearby an arsenal of books and a revolving wish list of required reading. In two hours, I will begin to ready myself for a one hour commute to my full-time job. I will listen to podcasts the entire drive there. I will park my car and jot down, in my bullet journal, all ideas that are still lingering around able to be captured on paper.