Five Black Architects That Shaped America’s Architectural Legacy

Photo by Ryan Morris These architects’ expertise, talent, and diligence undeniably laid the groundwork for today’s Black design professionals. And we are here to give our respects in honor of these people. Black architects in this day and age were the fruit of the continuous fight for equality in the socio-political change in America. These…

Standing Up in Empathy With Widows

Photo by Pavel Danilyuk Jamie Pulos-Fry’s Widow’s Cry is a book for widow ministries. Beyond helping readers understand what this ministry stands for, she hopes they help encourage and empower these women through what they’re experiencing. God is claimed to be a God who carefully monitors widows. In fact, He is someone who keeps a…

Exploring More On Literary Themes

Photo by Josh Hild The themes in the books we read reflect our personalities. These themes are where the story revolves around. It’s essential to learn a little about the commonly used literary themes. There are a couple of ways to determine what certain books are about. We can describe them by the following: A…

Into the Rabbit Hole of Alcoholism

Margaret Moschak’s tale of living with an alcoholic spouse and surviving the destruction of alcoholism is a spellbinding journey written in the all-encompassing, insightful book, My Alcoholic, My Love: My Love and Loss of an Alcoholic Husband. A classic example of tough love, but tough love coupled with tough choices, the author writes about a…