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Seeing Color

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July 11, 2018

“Why be colorblind when we can be colorFULL instead?”

asks Dorena Williamson, author of ColorFull: Celebrating the Colors God Gave Us.

It does not matter what hue of brown--whether peach, chocolate, or cinnamon--talking about the beauty of skin color and ethnicity is a c...

July 4, 2018

I am a white woman.

I married a black man.

Marriage is hard enough when two people of similar backgrounds and experiences unite.  However, our marriage is an example of what’s possible between two people with opposite backgrounds unite through work, intention and love. I...

May 15, 2018

Breaking news! We are experiencing a disease that is taking over America and is detrimental to the ability for the country and our communities to flourish. Go get tested immediately…do you have a case of “analysis paralysis”? Really!?! I was expecting something so much...

April 10, 2018

Whatever one’s faith background, I would venture to believe that most people have heard of this Biblical statement: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and strength, and likewise, love your neighbor as yourself.”  (Mark 12:30-31) 

Jesus very st...

March 19, 2018

Did you know that the subconscious mind works continually for the common good.  In other words, by default God created our bodies to be moving towards wholeness, like the healing that takes place when our bodies are injured. The divine norm of the subconscious wants to...

February 20, 2018

The other day I observed my 3 year old son eating “non-conventional” food with his hands. I believe it was rice and beans to be exact. “Use your fork!” was at the tip of my tongue but then I refrained myself from speaking as I remembered a statement I had recently hear...

January 24, 2018

“I’ve said that successful people are willing to do those things unsuccessful people are not. And sometimes those things are uncomfortable.”  

-Jeff Olson, The Slight Edge

We are officially into 2018.  When we say farewell to an old year and hello to a new one, many...

December 26, 2017

I remember the first time I realized that Jesus, of Jewish descent, was actually born in Asia and had fled as a refugee to Africa. As a little girl I don’t remember even considering the color of Jesus’ skin. It wasn’t that I didn’t think that it mattered; it was that i...

November 28, 2017

Recently our family visited the Grand Bahamas, one of 32 inhabited islands in the Bahamas. This beautiful island delivered on its name as we had a grand time. With gorgeous light blue ocean waters, nearly white sand, a breathtaking infinity pool overlooking the beach,...

November 20, 2017

Some would say I am a “foodie”.  I prefer quality over quantity.  I enjoy food in its natural form and seasonings that add flavor, or a twist.  I love unexpected surprises like a a hint of tang or spiciness.  Like when I take that first bite of a delicious Cuban paella...

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