It is a duplicitous life at best and certainly an intoxicating one when the ministry gifts are on full display for people to be in awe and wonder of the individual in praxis but not the toxicity attached.
The last several days have rocked the hearts of many as two student survivors and the father of victims of the Newtown and Parkland school shootings have died by suicide. It’s no secret that grief is a horrible emotion that is difficult to recover from. Having been personally affected by the emotional toil of death […]
I did this video earlier today to address something I think is being overlooked in the dissonance of events happening regarding race and liberation in contemporary America. I have coined this as regressive nostalgia.
Like many across this country I’ll joining the voices and libations celebrating Black Heritage Month acknowledging those ancestors and my contemporaries who have and are contributing to our heritage. That heritage doesn’t begin post Civil War or the Civil Rights era. It begins before many Africans from various tribes across the continent of Africa were […]
Scripture presents us with case scenarios of how we should deal with individuals who have failed because of public or private sin of some kind.
Shortly after the year began, my beloved grandmother Doris passed away at 81 years of age. After the death of my mother to an act of domestic violence that involved a gun, she an my grandfather took my brothers Kevin, Emanuel, Joshua and I into their home and raised us as their own children. That […]