If I were teaching bible study this week, I’d teach from Mathew 25/Luke 11: the parable of the talents. I’d tell you this: 1) you got talent.2)…… Read more “The Parable of the Talents”
Tag: honest Christianity
Love: The Song That Doesn’t End
Spencer was a foodie. He loved a well cooked meal from a high quality restaurant. His favorite places were Q’s (San Francisco), J. Alexander’s (Nashville/Chicago), McCormick &…… Read more “Love: The Song That Doesn’t End”
Forgive. For yourself. It eradicates bitterness and offense from your bones.
Above All Things
Above All Things, original work by Kisha Spencer “Above All Things”by Kisha SpencerI don’t love my life more than Jesus Christ.Nor do I love the culture over…… Read more “Above All Things”
When I think of offense, I think of a boiled egg and how separating the membrane can be the difference between a perfectly peeled egg and a…… Read more
“Back in the day when things were cool”: A medley of teachers who loved me.
Who was your most influential teacher? Why? Ah! Do I have the time to do the topic sweet justice? Let’s see… There was Mrs. Camel in Head-start.…… Read more ““Back in the day when things were cool”: A medley of teachers who loved me.”
Boaz ain’t for YO… OR: Be careful what you wish for…
Stop trying to find a Boaz. Ruth was a widow who followed her childless widow of a mother-n-law to a foreign country and then proceeded to get…… Read more “Boaz ain’t for YO… OR: Be careful what you wish for…”
“I stumbled on this photograph…” Spencer and my feet making a cameo, circa 2010 or 2011 It’s at least 11 years old. We are in Memphis (coming…… Read more
Kindness, Clarity, and Encouragement – #115
Ayishat Akanbi Sometimes self care is hard. It means choosing to let go of the illusion of being right. To do so is to be silent when… Read more "Kindness, Clarity, and Encouragement – #115"
Discomfited, Or Stop Disrupting the Process
I’ve been crying. In silent and alone moments in my room, weeping when my children are gone and wailing in the darkness of a room that feels…… Read more “Discomfited, Or Stop Disrupting the Process”