Patricia Raybon Interview (P. 1)

“As a book author… I felt called to write at the intersection of faith and race. I grew up under Jim Crow segregation—before the Civil Rights Act was passed (or the Fair Housing Act or Voting Rights Act), when African Americans struggled with having essentially zero rights. My family, however, always believed the record of God, and that God loved us.”

Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip (Book Review)

Author: Sara Brunsvold Publisher: Revell (Baker Book House) Available Now Synopsis: Rookie journalist Aidyn Kelley lands an unorthodox assignment— writing the obit for the vivacious Mrs. Kip, who is spending her final days in hospice care. Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the book from the publisher. Opinions expressed are my own. Scripture Connection Continue reading “Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip (Book Review)”