Tag Archives: grace

Perfectly Imperfect

Owe no one anything, except to love each other… – Romans 13:8 I’ve been quiet for a while. At first, the silence felt awkward. Then I started to embrace it. For the most part, I spent this quiet time talking … Continue reading

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Eyes Wide Shut

Three things will last forever–faith, hope, and love–and the greatest of these is love. – 1Corinthians 13:13 At times I get caught off guard by life situations. As I mature, some things I peep from way back. It’s understandable that … Continue reading

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Reaping What I’ve Sown

As I reflect back on 2014, I can’t help but to share how awesome God was to me. The biggest career move of my life, got a great guy, and a brand new niece; I have absolutely no complaints whatsoever. … Continue reading

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WE the People

“God has the power to provide you with more than enough of every kind of grace. That way, you will have everything you need always and in everything to provide more than enough for every kind of good work.” 2 … Continue reading

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GOD’S GREATEST MIRACLE. HANDS DOWN. FOR THE MOST PART.

Don’t you hate it when God totally one-ups you at your own theology? …….Yea me neither. I think it’s pretty awesome. So a couple weeks ago I woke up at 5AM to get ready to be in DC to have … Continue reading

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Top Four Unintentional Spiritual Bullies

Listen.  The body of Christ has an unspoken caste system, one that leaves everyday people (who are just trying to make it to their car without being run over by an usher) constantly shaking their heads.  While the Word says … Continue reading

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Four Traits Rarely Granted to the “Strong [Black] Woman” (and why I cringe at that phrase)

I write this with one eye open, the other still sleep.  Yes, this was a travel work week, and the high associated with hitting the Congressional pavement, meeting with elected officials, and strategizing social change was an all too familiar … Continue reading

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