A Door Made for Me (Book Review)

Scripture Connection A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion. If one gives an answer before he hears, it is his folly and shame. Prov. 18:2-3 Spiritual Themes The picture book addresses themes of prejudice and racism. The characters, like the fool described in Proverbs 18, are not at allContinue reading “A Door Made for Me (Book Review)”

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.'”

The One who Loves Me (Book Review)

Last year, I had the opportunity to read Joan Embola’s debut novel, The One Who Knows Me. I really enjoyed the novel and eagerly awaited its sequel. Because I wanted to read the book before endorsing it in the cover reveal, I requested to read it early and Joan was so kind to share anContinue reading “The One who Loves Me (Book Review)”