Thirty-one {31} days to becoming one in Christ Jesus: radical racial reconciliation and reconstruction

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Let me just tell you, it’s praise time in the heart of Tennessee. At some point I wrote an open letter to my church, in reference to my calling to speak His words to them. Prior to that I had a short tearful conversation with one of our pastors about my calling to preach.

Please understand, in no way do I think I as a woman should pastor a church. It is my personal belief that this position is reserved by our Father for men. And yes, the influence of my Daddy is clearly evident in my life. As children we were not allowed to speak, call and or address our Daddy as anything other than Daddy. The term Father was and is reserved in my life for the one who is Father of all creation. 

Well, all I can say is believe it or not LOVE makes way. And LOVE has made way for me in the heart of Tennessee. When (agape) LOVE is present fear is not.

A few years ago I joined thenester for her Thirty-one day Challenge and we are doing it again this year. After reading Autopsy of a Deceased Church and digging deep into this BSF Bible Study about Moses and the children of Israel, I have some new ideas and thoughts, which I would love to share with you along with some fresh perspective.

Thirty-one {31} days to becoming one in Christ Jesus: radical racial reconciliation reconstruction and the reality of roots will be a four-part series in which we will address the past and current economics of slavery in America. In this part of our country we have access to the battlefields of our forefathers and much radical knowledge has been gained while prayerfully walking them. Reconciliation is the work we do with one another as commanded in the scriptures while reconstruction/restoration is the work of the Holy Spirit. Lord willing, thirty-one {31} days will give me an opportunity to share my insight, experience and the ideas our Father has blessed me with as hopeful solutions/helps to the current race problems in our country.

Please know I view my writing as mini sermons and the preacher in me does not solicit comments, but you can catch me, every now and again on my Personal  Face Book Page and my Face Book Fire Station Page. 

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