Motherhood with Wisdom, Power, and Faith

In the current environment I’m fighting like Rizpah to keep the scavengers from tearing away at my sons– their dignity, honor, self-esteem, self-image, and life itself. I have to watch police, politicians, teachers, coaches, store clerks, and strangers who might consider skittles to be dangerous. Every night I fall into bed, I thank God that my sons are alive and pray they live another day.  It’s a real, not at all irrational, fear of this Black mother.  

Just Like My Father

One of my favorite tactics when my mother asks me to come home and do something is to quote the Bible.  “A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own hometown and among his own family.”  That’s Matthew 13:57 (NLT).  It basically reinforces the old adage that familiarity breeds contempt.  Regardless of the books and […]

Unbroken: Path to Redemption

Unbroken: Path to Redemption is a good, clean movie. It delivers on the redemptive theme with a so-so execution of story.

5 “D” Things I’d Do If I Weren’t A Christian

Christianity is a lifestyle. If you are a Christian, then there are some things you just won’t do because of your faith.

Cancel Your Trip to Perfection

Setting a goal because you “should” instead of focusing on what you “will” is why the train goes off the rails, spiraling you into an endless cycle of fixing life rather than living it. 

My Journey to Embracing Faith, Race and Gender

Kamryn Adams

Christian Life Coach Kamryn Adams discusses the conflict that often arises between race, gender and faith. Which is most important?