Do you have something to die for?

Our country has spent the past few days mourning the deaths of Aretha Frankin, The Queen of Soul, and Senator John McCain, the Maverick. It is befitting during times of mourning that we ponder the inescapable question: Do I have something to die for? This year marks the 50-year anniversary of the assassination of preacherContinue reading “Do you have something to die for?”

Wakanda, Blackness, and the Kingdom of God

Like so many others, black people in particular, I have waited for the “Black Panther” movie for a long time. I was not a comic book reader as a kid, but the Marvel universe and its heroes have grown on me. Regarding this particular hero and story, my recent trips to Africa gave me aContinue reading “Wakanda, Blackness, and the Kingdom of God”

Woman to Woman Rwanda

Thursdays are our Coffee Talk days at “A Sista’s Journey.” I’m not a coffee drinker but on Thursdays I write about the things we would talk about if I were with you drinking coffee. I actually do quite a bit of talking with my friends, and don’t blog on Thursdays as frequently as I wouldContinue reading “Woman to Woman Rwanda”