Women of Virtue Blogtalk Radio Series: Organizing, Black Biblical Destiny & Women of Valor

This morning my cousin Author and Women of Virtue Host Day “Dream” Alston interviewed me for her Women of Virtue Series on Blogtalk Radio. We discuss Prophetic Whirlwind: The Black Biblical Destiny, community organizing and who the Virtuous Woman in Proverbs 31 really was and what this means for us as women today.

Check out the interview here: Women of Virtue Series

Day's BookCheck out Day “Dream” Alston’s insightful book on relationships: The Not-so-Patiently Waiting Handbook.

 

 

For more information on the true meaning of the Proverbs 31 Virtuous Woman visit: http://www.unveiling.org/Articles/women.html.

                                                                  Be Blessed! 

The Black Presence in the Bible: Uncovering the Hidden Ones

The Last Supper from The Roman Catacombs

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while over the past few months I had a great deal of changes and additions to my life which I am grateful for. I recently started my own organization Prophetic Whirlwind: Uncovering The Black Biblical Destiny which is dedicated to producing Bible Study and devotional materials as well as workshops and lecturers concerning the Black presence in the Bible. I am a theology nerd but the spirit reminded me it’s not enough to collect all this info for yourself but you owe it to your ancestors to share it. Check on the Prophetic Whirlwind page on this blog for more information.

I hope all is well with each of you, remember stay connected to the Most High and you will be reminded of the truth.

Princes shall come out of Egypt; Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God.” –Psalm 68:31

This was originally published on Sojourner’s God’s Politics Blog

Isaiah43The Bible is a multicultural book. This statement may sound controversial but archeology, history, and the text prove it to be true. In 2013 this controversy played out in the media when viewers of The Bible miniseries were upset that Samson was played by a black man. A second controversy occurred when a Fox News broadcaster confidently declared that Santa Claus and Jesus were white, yet when people researched original depictions of Saint Nicolas, they found pictures of a dark brown man. It appears that our faith has been distorted. As we celebrate Black History Month and prepare for Lent, how can uncovering the black presence in the Bible aid us in mourning against the sin of racism? One of the effects of racism is the whitewashing of history and sadly this has taken place even in our biblical studies.

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