According to the Apostle Paul in the book of Acts, God sovereignly shapes the demographic and ethnic composition of nations so that people “should seek God, and perhaps feel their way toward him and find him” (Acts 17: 26-27). In … Continue reading The “Glory and Honor of the Nations”: Revelation 21:26 and the “Coloring of America”
Otis Redding sang: “It’s been a long, long time coming But I know, but I know a change is gonna come.” The bursting of fall color symbolizes past times’ forward thrust toward racial equity albeit Reconstruction, the rising of Tulsa’s … Continue reading Colors: I Know A Change Is Gonna Come.
“And God saw all that He had made, and behold, it was very good.” (Gen. 1:31a) And God created a palette of colors and painted a broad array of beauty upon His universal canvass. He created a breathtaking light show … Continue reading Colors: What God Meant for Good
So much on the line; the bravest of spirit bundled into the slight yet powerful 4’8″ 104lbs frame shines brightly with hope and humanity. Ebony irises come to life in the brilliant circumferenced whites of Simone’s eyes. On July 27th, … Continue reading Slow Burn
Present Traumatic Stress Syndrome? Do you suffer from present traumatic stress syndrome [not a clinical term]? Present because you never got past the trauma for it to be post. Do you feel like you were born sick and tired of … Continue reading 5 TIPS FOR TAMING TRAUMA by Carl McRoy
Panic Room is a suspenseful movie that was released in 2002. The plot involves a newly-divorced woman and her eleven-year-old daughter who move into a four-story brownstone in New York City. In the house, there is a panic room intended … Continue reading Panic Room: Coping With Racial Trauma & Violation