My Favorite Quotes From Sarah Moore Grimké

Sarah Moore Grimké (November 26, 1792 – December 23, 1873) was a suffragette, abolitionist, and Bible-believing Christian. From her early days, she fought against slavery and for women’s rights. No matter what opposition she faced, she was steadfast in her Quaker faith and cited as the source of her strength. Here are my top favorite…

Top 10 Fanny Crosby Quotes

Fanny Crosby was a Christian songwriter, poet, teacher, but also a missionary who helped so many people in America’s urban centers in the United States. Not only did she compose several hymns, she also wrote several patriotic songs to celebrate her country. Whatever she wrote, she never forgot her love of God. Though blind, her…

Leonard Ravenhill: Revival

Leonard Ravenhill was an evangelist and author who spread the call to a Christian revival across the United States and the United Kingdom. His sermons emphasized the power of God, the need for holiness, and the importance of prayer. Here are my top 10 quotes from Leonard Ravenhill: “Today’s church wants to be raptured from…

Charles Finney’s Revivalist Quotes

Charles Finney was not simply a preacher or a theologian, he was a revivalist who called on the United States to return to God. He was an abolitionist, minister, and became known as the “Father of Modern Revivalism.” His calls to repent, sanctification, and holiness have not been forgotten and are still taught to this…

Writers Doubt Is A Real Thing

I am a writer. I am not a fledging writer or a budding writer, I am a writer. It is true most of my works have been published on this blog, but I have written one novel and two novellas, though they have yet to be published. What few people know is that in between…

Remembering Edgar Allan Poe: El Dorado

Edgar Allan Poe is someone who changed the face of literature itself. Though he died a mysterious and tragic death, I wanted to honor his memory with one of his poems: El Dorado. GAILY bedight,        A gallant knight, In sunshine and in shadow,        Had journeyed long,        Singing a song, In search of…

Fatshaming is NOT a victimless crime

Recently, it has become okay in the media to “fatshame,” which is basically a rude and hateful way to judge someone because of their weight. One celebrity in particular took to YouTube to prove her ignorance and declared she would do it anyway because it helps people that she thinks are fat. This is not…

Merry Christmas 2014

Luke Chapter 2:1-20 1 In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that the whole empire should be registered. 2 This first registration took place while Quirinius was governing Syria. 3 So everyone went to be registered, each to his own town. 4 And Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee, to…