Dear Fifteen Year Old Me, You’re in a new phase of your life, you’re more open now, and you’ve made even more friends. I’m proud of you. But you’ve also embraced sadness as a way of life. You think way too much, and read too much meaning in the smallest of things. You want so… Continue reading A Letter To My 15 Year Old Self
*This is an old story I published elsewhere. "Erase me Give me a new body Let me die and wake up as someone else Feel the jagged lines on me Wipe away this memory" I believe that every one of us has scars. Memories of the injuries that we have because of the… Continue reading The Girl With The Beautiful Scars
Can you pass this test? Can you choose to hold on to God’s promises in spite of the circumstances around you? Can you spot the counterfeit and choose righteously this time? Will you guard your heart with all diligence and no more make room for the enemy’s devices? Can you choose faith over feelings- waiting… Continue reading Can You Pass This Test?
He looked up from the magazine he had picked from the collection placed in no particular order, on the small coffee table, in the middle of the compact, but well managed room. The full toothed smiles the photographed mouths gave him did nothing to allay his discomfort. The receptionist hummed a local tune and flashed… Continue reading The Girl With The Orange Purse: Short Fiction
Dear Priscilla, how did you do it? Priscilla is my favourite girl of the Bible. You may or may not know of her story, but Apostle Paul, in his epistles mentions her quite a number of times along with her husband, Aquila. She was there with her husband to encourage and explain the gospel more… Continue reading Dear Priscilla