Hi guys. I’m just going to be really honest about where I’m at with this prayer blog. Continue reading
Today is the 6-Year Anniversary of the Chibok schoolgirl kidnapping that took place in Chibok, in Northern Nigeria. This poem is dedicated to them– free and captive. Continue reading
Resilience. That is the word I think of when I think about many of those held captive. Continue reading
Today, I read Psalm 94 in the The Passion Translation (TPT), and many parts of it were very relevant the situation with the Chibok girls. Here it is: Continue reading
Over 5 years ago, 276 young women were kidnapped by a terrorist organization.
Where are they? Continue reading
Today, I watched a portion of US President Donald Trump speak with people from all over the world who are being persecuted for their faith. My heart swelled and felt heavy at the same time, as I saw people of every nationality and ethnic group voice their concerns about religious persecution to President Trump (you can watch the video here).
Hi friends. I have good news!
A CNN reporter, Isha Sesay, has been following the Chibok girls and Leah Sharibu’s stories for a very long time, and she has just published a book on the girls called “Beneath the Tamarind Tree.” Continue reading
Dear Friends and Followers,
Today, I asked myself what love is. I’ve been asking myself this question for awhile, pertaining to some circumstances in my life. I’ve made it a prayer of mine, that I would find out what Love truly is. Continue reading
I have a confession to make. Continue reading