Telling the Truth

Telling the Truth

Photo Cred: Lesly Juarez @unsplash I laugh at the most inappropriate times. Sure, I laugh when people are witty or funny. In fact, my husband makes me laugh almost everyday because he is both. His sense of humor was the first thing that attracted me to him over twenty...
God Opened Her Eyes

God Opened Her Eyes

The more times I read Genesis 21, the more I’m thankful that God has opened my eyes to hope when I have tended toward despair. Through the story of Hagar, God is showing me He is the only one who can open my eyes to see His goodness when I am overwhelmed by...
What’s Never Been Done Before

What’s Never Been Done Before

How do you do something that’s never been done before? Jackie Joyner-Kersey won three gold, one silver & two bronze medals over four consecutive Olympic games. Sally Ride was the first American female in space. Karla Susana Wheelock Aguayo was the first Mexican...
They That Have the Power to Hurt and Will Do None

They That Have the Power to Hurt and Will Do None

Behind me sits my very favorite Shakespearen Sonnet — #94. This poem admonishes us to use our power & influence for good. With our physical strength, we can choose to be “they that have power to hurt and will do none.” My first Shakespeare read was almost a...
What Will We Do?

What Will We Do?

Nikki Giovanni’s poem asks the most important question we face today. What will we do, girls? What new thing is God asking you to think about as you see people with renewed compassion and empathy? Whatever path God paves for you to walk down so you can see ALL of...