Eni felt sick, too sick to continue, but Maji would not let her retreat. There was more money to be made. It was time for dinner, and Maji was in the mood for something richer in his food as the money he had made off her was bountiful today. Eni looked half like a corpse… Continue reading The Damsel and the Divination Part II: Short Fiction
“Sit here. Rub this,” the old woman said. Five year old Eni did what she was told. She sat on a small wooden stool as the old bent woman paced around the little hut, chanting, murmuring, speaking to someone Eni could not see. Suddenly, the woman stopped. A look crossed her face that Eni could… Continue reading The Damsel and the Divination Part I: Short Fiction
"...for the joy of the Lord is your strength." (Nehemiah 8:10) This world can be a difficult place some times; and during certain seasons of our lives, maybe more often than not. I've found myself moving down some good old paths as well as starting new things. I love new beginnings. But I realize new… Continue reading Chasing Joy
I've been navigating some difficult things this period of my life; the silence, the confusion...did I say the silence? It seemed like on the things that mattered to me, God was silent. It seemed like God was unfair for allowing me to experience the pain I did. I struggled some and triumphed some, but I… Continue reading Beloved, and Loving the Wind of Change!
"Yet I still belong to You; You hold my right hand. You guide me with Your counsel, leading me to a glorious destiny. Whom have I in heaven but You? I desire You more than anything on earth. My [strength] may fail, and my spirit may grow weak, but God remains the strength of my… Continue reading Re Dedication