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This pandemic came in like a wrecking ball and exposed significant gaps in every system and structure that is known to humankind. It has exposed gaps in our educational systems. It has exposed gaps in our economic systems It has even exposed gaps in technology. And not just...

Einstein suggests, "we cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that we used to create them." This holds true, especially during times of crisis. In fact, in a Minister Myles Munroe suggested that "experience is useless during a crisis." At first thought,...

While the idea of "outside" and January might seem like it was just yesterday, the reality is that the half-year mark has passed, and we're closer to the end of the year than we are to the beginning. The goals we had at the beginning...

As a black woman to a black husband and a black mother to a black son, I am not ok right now! In just the month of May, we have had to grieve the murders of: Ahmaud Arbery Breona Taylor and George Floyd and also watch the falsified police call...

As a black woman to a black husband and a black mother to a black son, I am not ok right now! In just the month of May, we have had to grieve the murders of: Ahmaud Arbery Breona Taylor and George Floyd and also watch the falsified police call...

This week has been quite a doozy for me. In between multiple work deliverables and late-night, catch-up sessions, I celebrated seven years of marriage and had a loved one to die. The tape that keeps replaying in my head is layered with thoughts about the fragility of...

I have been thinking about last week's letter, and how we talked about how the things that we consume, affect our faith. I was reminded of the magnificent story of Moses in a book I am reading (hello, audible!) and that got me to thinking...