People of color often feel the burden of proving our pain to our white brothers and sisters and that is extremely taxing.
Author: Darryl Dawson
Darryl Dawson was born and raised in Georgia and is a current transplant of Dallas, Texas. He is a blogger, seminary student, lover of free grace and free food. He blogs at waitinonsunday.wordpress.com
The holidays can be hard for me sometimes. Amidst the commercials featuring silver bells and white Christmas trees, there seems to be a under-dwelling feeling of sadness, somberness and anxiety that comes along with the arrival of the season. The holidays can produce a sense of longing in me that doesn’t seem to be met, […]
In a follow-up post, Darryl Dawson delves into the subject of intimacy, and explains why singles don’t have to wait till marriage to experience deep intimacy.
Darryl Dawson explains why community and intimacy is vital in the life of a believer, especially in times of loneliness.