My Greatest Fear About The Dust Settling

My Greatest Fear About The Dust Settling

Its been weeks since the death of George Floyd. I’m not sure what that means for you in your context, but I feel something rather odd happening. Back to normal. I’m not sure what normal even means, but one thing is for sure I’m hearing less about...
What NOT To Say In Matters of Injustice

What NOT To Say In Matters of Injustice

We HAVE to get this right. The posts I’ve seen the last few days and responses to POC’s (people of color) posts have infuriated me. The lack of empathy and love in our tone and in our words are jaw dropping. I understand that some don’t care to change and have their...
Unfollow: An Open Letter to Some of My Leaders

Unfollow: An Open Letter to Some of My Leaders

When Ahmaud Arbery was murdered, I was more than appalled. When a white cop in Minnesota chose to take a knee on the neck of George Floyd, it broke me. In the wake of tragedy, leaders have a responsibility. When injustice wreaks, influence is a priority. I love and...
Being Black In America Should Not Be A Death Sentence

Being Black In America Should Not Be A Death Sentence

Another black man was murdered on Monday the 25th. The Minneapolis Police Officers pulled George Floyd over for a routine traffic stop. After an altercation George was handcuffed, put on the ground, and from there his life began to slip away. The police proceeded to...

Ahmaud Arbery

Thankful for pastors that have reached out to me about the Ahmaud Arbery massacre. Here are my thoughts… What happened in Georgia is a tragedy it elevates the ongoing fight that we as blacks have to face every single day. My heart grieves for the mother of...