“It is not wrong to go back to that which you have forgotten.”

Written by Michelle C. H. Wyatt with references to Philippians 3

Today is June 16, 2021. My grandmother Lillian Henderson and I shared this very special month. Today, I celebrate her legacy, and the legacy of our ancestors.  Not in a […]


Love and Authority


I am defying the order of themes and topics for the Love Revolution series to discuss the topic of authority. Today is November 4, 2020. It is one day after the election, and we […]

Love and Authority2021-03-25T17:57:46-04:00

Let Justice Roll Down Like Water


For one moment, I would like to examine the nature of Karma. Karma is defined as the sum of a person’s actions, ultimately deciding the fate for the future. I do not believe in Karma.If Karma were true, then the system of oppression that some people have faced for years would finally […]

Let Justice Roll Down Like Water2021-03-25T17:57:54-04:00

From the Cross to Victory

Crucifixion Of Jesus Christ Cross At Sunset With Sunlight And Orange Clouds Religious Cross Stock Photo

Written by Michelle Wyatt

How do you visualize victorious living? As I sit on my couch listening to an old Cross Movement song: “What […]

From the Cross to Victory2021-03-25T17:58:06-04:00

Topics that are too Difficult to Discuss


Today, I am led to write about sexual abuse. Yes, I know this is a difficult topic to discuss in all cultures, and a particularly difficult one to discuss in the black community. Especially today, we are alive during an era when much of the language around the topic is explosive […]

Topics that are too Difficult to Discuss2021-03-25T17:58:12-04:00

The Spirit of Pride


Proverbs 16:18-19 Pride comes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. It is better to be of a lowly spirit with the poor than to divide the spoil with the proud.

The spirit of pride is dangerous. It is a deceptive spirit that creeps into the hearts […]

The Spirit of Pride2021-03-25T17:58:45-04:00

Social Justice: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Justice, Fairness, Community, Friends

As I sit on my couch watching the protests over the death of George Floyd, I am reminded of the end of an era. On June 1, 2020, the day after Pentecost Sunday, we witnessed the beginning of the end to racist, oppressive […]

Social Justice: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow2021-03-25T17:58:51-04:00

Culture Clash


Written by Michelle Wyatt

Crowd, Demonstration, Flag, Man, March, People, Protest

Psalm 2:1-2 Why do the heathen rage and the people plot a vain thing?  The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together against the Lord and His anointed.

Culture Clash2021-03-25T17:59:12-04:00
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