A painful choice, but at least it was still MY choice

When my mother died, I was there to hold her hand, singing the United Methodist hymns she loved so much. Indeed, all of us were there — dad, sisters, hospice nurse. We prayed for her to be released, finally, from the pain she endured for far too long. And God listened to our prayers. Flashback […]

Dear Black People

Dear Black People, A year ago, I was compelled to write to white women who voted for Donald Trump even though their interests were not clearly aligned with the Grab-Them-by-the-Pussy-in-Chief. I was angry at them then, and now I’m angry at you for the same reason. I’ve noticed that many of you are concerned about […]