This week confront those things staring at and stalking you. It is time to meet them.
We love being flirt, cute and fun because sometimes as a girl it is all of those things rolled into one.
This shirt comes in three styles: tank top, racerback and regular tee.
Remind yourself that our ancestors were kidnapped from their homes and brought to the Americas to work for free as part of their economy.
This month we are concentration on verbs. These are attributes we need to take on. I love it when God gives me something and confirms it with something I see somewhere else. This week the word is Running. Get up. Get moving. Go at it with all you got.
This shirt is from my thesis project, More Than A Color. It discusses the marginalization of African American women in America. We have to know that Brown is Beautiful. Order Here.
In celebration of July 4, 1776, this is a reminder that not everyone was freed by the revolution. It is called Kidnapped.
This image, I Have A Dream, was drawn by Charles White. It was a lithograph in brown on cream paper in 1976.
You can visit my art that is available for purchase at MyArtPal
The Pandemic will be blamed for many things, but one thing it has brought is rest. Rest for the planet and its inhabitants.
This morning’s sermon by Megan Marshman reminded me of how lost we can get in the busyness of our lives. It reminded me that God knew how important rest was so He modeled it himself on the seventh day after He created the earth. He knew we would become weary and tired and lose our effectiveness.
“God can’t do more with you until you rest,” Marshman said. Burn out is not a badge, she continued in telling the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 19. He had had a number of successes, but needed rest.
We are the same way. We have had some successes and want to keep the momentum going. But God knows we need rest. I mean He shut down the whole planet.
The journey is designed to make you grow weary. Rest when the shepherd lays you down. Psalm 23 tells us the pasture is green and lush. Rest in it.