by Lynette Johnson The women whispered in soft hushed tones,As she blankly stared with a heart of stone,Their kind words of comfort fell on deaf ears,The thought her brother’s dead brought her to tears. “If only you had been here”, she cried,“My brother would never have died.”It has been four days since the tomb wasContinue reading “At Rest”
Read Time: 2 min Facing David was a fierce opponent. Goliath was nine feet nine inches tall. He wore a coat of mail that weighed 125 pounds and carried a spear that weighed 15 pounds which is equivalent to the weight of an average storage cabinet. He was a champion of sorts for the PhilistineContinue reading “Finding Courage in Crises”
Read Time: 2 min Have you ever been terrified of shadows? I vividly remember as a child wary to walk into any dark or dimly lit room. Whenever I wanted to take something from the room, and if I only really really needed it, I would run as fast inside, grab what I needed, andContinue reading “Facing our Fears”
We all worry. But how do we deal with it?
A Whatsapp video was making the rounds. A young girl walks into an elevator and closely following behind her walks in a man too. Even before the door could shut, the man swings his right arm and hits the girl on her face. He grabs the handbag from the stunned girl, repeatedly punches and kicksContinue reading “A Woman’s Worth”