The Best Books of 2013

It’s that time of year again and I am consolidating round-ups and summaries of my reading and writing. I am all about encouraging and challenging brothers and sisters to renew their minds at A Sista’s Journey. In addition to the Bible—I’m reading the NASB translation this year and I still have several books to go—IContinue reading “The Best Books of 2013”

Coffee Talk about “Shades of Mercy”

Ever since I completed my Racial Reconciliation blog series last year, I have been more attentive to the voices of my neighbors who are of a different race or ethnicity, particularly my American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic American, and immigrant neighbors because I do not get to intimately engage these neighbors on a daily basis.Continue reading “Coffee Talk about “Shades of Mercy””

“Known and Loved” Book Review

I cannot believe that summer is almost over. We had a LONG winter in North Carolina and it seems like half the spring was filled with cold fronts and the other half with showers. I enjoy warm weather and to me, it seems like the summer just rolled in. In spite of talking a fullContinue reading ““Known and Loved” Book Review”