My son, Jordan, gave me the ok to share his story today, 12 years later, and a timely reminder, as we honor the impact of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the millions who sacrificed. We Remember. Introduction: It was summer 2010 when my son and I trekked from a Maryland… Continue reading I Know My Name and “N” Word Ain’t It!
by Harriett V. Bennett Okay, I’m sure somebody is looking at this collage and asking what in the world do these three have in common. Hang in there with me. This topic had me definitely thinking outside-of-the-box, but, hey, it’s what I do, and have a little fun with it too. I always enjoy it… Continue reading A Good Name
by Harriett V. Bennett (wordzwoman) “Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act.” Psalm 37:5 (ESV) If these eyes knew the iniquity of this world would still be as fresh in 2021 as it was in 1951, with many still fighting against inequity…WWMD—What Would Martin Do (now)? “He will bring… Continue reading If These Eyes Knew
We did it y’all! Anointed Women In Christ (AWIC)!! July marked one whole year in ministry together — Hootie Hoo! Still thanking GOD for our faithful supporters. And, of course each of my AWIC sisters: Chris Allen, Latricia Bailey, Lynnete McCollum, and Tammy Phillips, for the depth of love, respect, and admiration I’ve come to… Continue reading Anything But Contempt