Dear Elizabeth

Dear Elizabeth, It is your DUTY to know what God told your husband [Based on a Biblical Event Luke 1] Dear Elizabeth, I've heard about you... especially during the Christmas season... you are the mother of John the baptist, the one who came to prepare a way for the Lord. Prior to that, you were... Continue Reading →

Dear Bilhah & Zilpah

Dear Bilhah & Zilpah “Your sacrifice is notable.” [[Based on True Story: Book of Genesis 30]] Dear Bilhah and Zilpah, Bilhah handmaiden to Rachel and mother of Dan, Naphtali. Zilpah handmaiden to Leah and mother of Gad and Asher. You were treated like a slave. You were commanded to sleep with someone's husband to bare... Continue Reading →

Dear Sarai

Dear Sarai “Nothing can obstruct God’s promises in your life.” [[Based on a True Story: Genesis 18]] Dear Sarai, They called you Sarah for short, the mother of many nations. The irony is you don’t even have a child. Turns out, you are a problem solver. You seem to have a solution to every problem,... Continue Reading →

Dear Manoah’s wife

Dear Manoah’s wife “The blessing is in the instruction” [[Based on a True Story: Judges 13]] Dear Manoah’s wife, You are the mother of one of the strongest man in the bible, Samson. Strangely enough your son is more talked about than you. Failure to talk about you has caused many of us to lose... Continue Reading →

Dear Hannah

Dear Hannah “Don’t be afraid to give back to God what He gave to you.” [[Based on a True Story: 1 Samuel 1 & 2]] Dear Hannah, For a long time you battled with a state of uncertainty. You wondered if you are defective. You wondered if your husband loves you. You wondered if God... Continue Reading →

Get out of her Uterus

“Get out of my pussy” is the title of one of the chapters of Gabrielle Union’s book, “We’re going to need more Wine.” In this chapter she vulnerably opens up about a wound that she had for a very long time, the infertility wound. She had eight or nine miscarriages. That’s enough pain for eight... Continue Reading →

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