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All You Need To Have All Your Needs Met

So, in the past few weeks, my life has been delightfully consumed and blessed by the publication of the last My52WOW Book Club Pick – my book, My 52 Weeks of Worship: Lessons from a Global, Spiritual, Interfaith Journey. Just yesterday, I had the chance to share the My52WOW story with Steve Edwards on the … Continue reading

Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer: The Hidden Power of Beauty, Blessing, Wisdom, and Hurt

Suffice it to say that, over the past few days, life has provided me with some weighty challenges.  I found myself last night realizing that I needed some beauty in my life – and so I reached into my inspiration library for a book that could remind me who I am and what I am … Continue reading

The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran

So, I finally  finished Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis. It was dense, but I powered through! It was an interesting treatise on Christianity, and I am quite sure that in order to get all of the teachings from that book, I will need to read it again. I am ready for the next book, … Continue reading

A New My52WOW Book Club Book: Mere Christianity

To graduate from The Westminster Schools of Atlanta, my alma mater, students were required to take classes in the Old Testament and the New Testament. Westminster is a non-denominational Christian college preparatory school. I remember my New Testament course being “Tag-Taught” by two individuals, Dr. First Teacher, and Mr. Other Teacher (names changed of course, … Continue reading

Next Up…Everyday Enlightenment

On Father’s Day, I finished the last installment of the “My 52 Weeks of Worship Book Club”- Strength for the Fragile Spirit. It was a book that came from my father’s library. When I searched my bookshelf for the next book I would read, I  found a book that my sister gave me in November, 2000. … Continue reading

What is your favorite inspiring book?

As part of my committment to keep the spirit of My 52 Weeks of Worship Project alive this year, I decided to read from an “inspiring text” every morning. I started with verses from the Bible, but changed course a bit during Lent, when I was trying to figure out what to give up and what to … Continue reading