The Virtues of Love and Kindness in Action

One of the best books I read while attending seminary was Peter Kreeft’s “Back to Virtue: Traditional Moral Wisdom for Modern Moral Confusion.” It feels like a classic, and it is a book that I continue to revisit from time to time. Kreeft begins with a simple question, “Is virtue out of date,” and continuesContinue reading “The Virtues of Love and Kindness in Action”

HOT TOPIC: Why We Can’t Wait

Truth is: The past couple weeks have been filled with internal wrestling that include pain, hurt, and anger. I haven’t written much because I still don’t quite know what words to say. I understand that as a black woman, I am not alone in my suffering. I’ve been going before the Lord in prayer, readingContinue reading “HOT TOPIC: Why We Can’t Wait”

MLK and Jesus: No Romanticized Kings

Next to Jesus and the Apostle Paul, no leader has influenced me like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whose life and legacy we honor annually during this time of year. My parents and influencers shared the message and ministry of Dr. King during my formative years. I recall visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. NationalContinue reading “MLK and Jesus: No Romanticized Kings”