The Reluctant Disciple and The Homeless Woman

For many years, I called myself a Reluctant Disciple.  It’s not that I don’t love the Lord. It’s certainly not because I haven’t seen His faithfulness in my life. My walk with God has been characterized by a lot of foot-dragging. In some cases, I’ve been pulled, kicking and screaming, into His service. Just look … Continue reading The Reluctant Disciple and The Homeless Woman

Black History Month: Hidden History

During the years that I worked as an elementary school counselor for a Mississippi school district, I attended many Black History Month programs.  The community was 70% African-American. Year after year, the same handful of famous faces were highlighted in presentations, on bulletin boards, and for student writing assignments. Don’t get me wrong, I learned … Continue reading Black History Month: Hidden History