Humility: True Greatness

I am pleased to announce Humility: True Greatness (author: C.J. Mahaney) as our April Book of the Month. I read and reviewed this book a few months ago and I’m returning to it again because I need it. Humility will be the primary theme for my writing this month. My posts will most likely beContinue reading “Humility: True Greatness”

Natasha’s Study: What I’m Reading

With a little over a month off from school, I have read a few books from my “wish I could read” list. Here are some that may be of interest: Just finished 58: Fast Living: How the Church Will End Extreme Poverty by Scott C. Todd. With the foundation of Isaiah 58, Dr. Todd invitesContinue reading “Natasha’s Study: What I’m Reading”

#RacialRec: Bloodlines ~ Fallen Images, Pride, and Humility

Natasha to Trillia: This section (Chapters 4-6) is packed with so much pertinent information that I do not know where to begin.  Piper traces American history to explain why he gives prominence to black-white relationships in the book. That history reveals, “The black faces are used to make the white people a pile of moneyContinue reading “#RacialRec: Bloodlines ~ Fallen Images, Pride, and Humility”