Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. It is a high holy time on the Christian calendar; a season typically recognized 40 days before Easter. If you are
It is no secret that at one point, Black sororities and fraternities used “The Paper Bag Test” in order to screen pledges. But did you know some Black churches used
So I watched an episode of “The Real Housewives of Potomac.” It’s one of many in an enduring reality show franchise that gives us a glimpse into the lives of
One of the reasons I started this blog was to remind women that we too are wonderfully and cheerfully made in the spectacular image of God, and that you can
Women are crucial figures in the history of Christianity. And if it wasn’t for the faith and obedience of women, the divine message of Christmas may never have been told.
Between installments of our series on Mary Magdalene, a social media firestorm raged over a Twitter post by Ayesha Curry, the wife of Stephen Curry, point guard for the Golden
The book by Dan Brown, “The DaVinci Code,” claims that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene. Brown argues that a Jewish man of Jesus’ age would have taken a wife.
I have to credit Mary Magdalene with my first gentle nudge into feminist interpretation of Scripture. I went to parochial school, and from Kindergarten through the eighth grade, religion classes
As we wake up to news that extremists have killed and injured dozens of people in Paris, France, I’ve seen a million memes urging us to “pray for Paris.” It
“I feel like I can’t do this. I am an ‘A’ student who is only getting a ‘C’ in life. I should not have had kids. I can’t have it