The Perfect Prescription for Society

With so many issues arising in our society, many fail to realize, or even acknowledge, what's lacking. I recently visited the Civil Rights Museum in Atlanta, Georgia and entered the Dr. King exhibit. One of his handwritten sermons focused on agape love. He stated that agape love is needed to overcome evil. Even though he wrote that years ago, his sermon still holds true today. Love is the perfect prescription for society.

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….but what really matters??

#BlackLivesMatter. #AllLivesMatter. #BlueLivesMatter.  These are all the variations of hashtags that have engulfed the internet within the past few days. #BlackLivesMatter surfaced roughly 3 years ago after the verdict was read on the Trayvon Martin case. It began as a simple hashtag but grew into a movement. #AllLivesMatter surfaced in response to #BlackLivesMatter to imply that Black lives are not […]

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Quiet Time: Journal Challenge

To be honest, I allowed other things and situations to distract me from my relationship with Christ. I was doubtful concerning certain decisions I made and I worried about the unknown concerning my job, my place of residence, and other life aspects. While I continued to read my Bible and pray daily, I failed to pray about these situations and […]

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Test…Anxiety?

Boy! A lot has happened since my last post on the enjoyment of life, which is the reason why I haven’t posted anything since then. I’m currently on Day 34 of the Daniel Plan and I have been strengthened physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I’ve built spiritual muscle and felt my relationship with God grow closer. But just when I began […]

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Life of a Teacher: Celebrations

As you may or may not know, I am currently a second grade ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher, which mean that I am certified to teach English Language Learners (ELLs). This year, my classroom is populated with children who have recently entered the United States within the past year or so. So…this morning, my students were tasked with […]

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