Patricia Raybon Interview (P. 2)

“I’d like my readers to join me in not putting our heads in the sand when it comes to looking hard at cultural and national problems and history related to racism, in particular, but also to any other ‘isms.'”

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.”

Tree Street Tuesday: Author Interview

Happy Tree Street Tuesday! Today, I am honored to share an interview with Amanda Cleary Eastep, author of the series. Can you please share a little bit about your personal walk with Jesus? How have you experienced Him drawing you to Himself? At this stage of my life, with more years behind me than aheadContinue reading “Tree Street Tuesday: Author Interview”