Tag Archives: beliefs

DAY OF THE DEAD

When Susan invited me to Day of the Dead, I accepted. Attending Voodoo rituals is not my habit, but I do write about faith, beliefs, and spirituality. A quick internet search before I left revealed that the ritual honors the … Continue reading

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An Education in Social Justice Part 1

There are perks to what I do. My relationship with Pastor Robert Burnside, whose story is in Finding Faith in the City Care Forgot, led to a meeting with Dave Clark, the event coordinator for Christian Community Development Association (CCDA). … Continue reading

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God Will Make A Way

Writing about missionaries requires a delicate balance. Those serving in areas hostile to Christianity are subject to persecution, expulsion from the nation and even death if their activities are recorded in a worldwide public forum as the internet. One missionary … Continue reading

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An Interview With Troy Jackson

1) Tell us about yourself – what do you like to write? How long have you written? What prompted you to start writing? My name is Troy Jackson, and I have been interested in writing ever since I was a … Continue reading

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What’s A Blog

Passage to Purpose #6 I had been attending the Southern Christian Writers Guild for several months when Milena Rimassa, the Northshore Bureau Chief for NOLA.com was introduced as the guest speaker. She shared her film making and writing experiences and … Continue reading

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