I’m sharing an excerpt of my forthcoming book (only eight more days!), A Sojourner’s Truth: Choosing Freedom and Courage in a Divided World today thanks to Evangelicals for Social Action. From Chapter 2: She gently touched my shoulder, then took my hand to lift me from the brown folding chair under the funeral-home tent. MyContinue reading “Truth is, Women are the Unsung Heroes in this World”
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Natasha’s Study: The Radical Disciple
Some Neglected Aspects of Our Calling Why I picked up this book: Since I am a blogger that regularly writes book reviews, I received this book from Intervarsity Press. Who Should Read The Radical Disciple: I recommend this book for any believer who cares about practically living out his or her Christian faith. It willContinue reading “Natasha’s Study: The Radical Disciple”
Wilderness: What Are the Things You Need to Grieve?
Caryn submits, “We need to acknowledge—cry out to God!—when life disappoints, when something important gets lost, and when we hurt because of it. And we need to give ourselves (and others) permission to grieve the lost of dreams, of the life we thought we’d have, of roles we longed for, of relationships we thought would always exist, or whatever we desired but haven’t gotten (5-6). [We need to grieve the lost of the] “not supposed to be’s” of my life.