The saying “Grass is always greener on the other side,” is not always true. Sometimes, the grass on the other side is quite brown. Two bachelor friends, tired of their white collar existences, quit their jobs, sold their houses and … Continue reading Perspectives: a short story
I remember the day she first walked through our gates. My family had newly arrived in the Congolese rainforest, ready to make a new home. Her head scarf modestly framed a face quivering with nervousness. She curtsied and introduced herself … Continue reading Cold Food
You come to Jesus so grown up. A man of the Pharisees, a ruler of the Jews, you come. Man of titles, you try to title Jesus: “Rabbi, we know that You have come from God as a teacher; for … Continue reading Where the Old become Young.
Lilith is one of George MacDonald’s more popular stories. I knew that; I did not know the backstory behind the name. I found it curious that, a few days after watching a history of feminism, I should find this dialogue … Continue reading Fairytale Meets Feminism
How a Congolese Proverb and a New Testament story combined to give me a new perspective on animistic worldview. Continue reading When The Drum Cries…