I’m the mother of two pink loving girls–gifts I wouldn’t trade for the world. Raising daughters is a high calling, and I’m thankful for the opportunity to shape and shepherd the hearts of my two little women. As we recognize the achievements of women this Women’s History Month, my prayer is my labor as a […]
Author: Nana Dolce
Elizabeth Keckley was many things in her lifetime–a slave, a mother, a dressmaker, a free business owner, a White House regular, a companion of Mary Lincoln, and a Christian. Her book, Behind the Scenes: Thirty Years a Slave, and Four Years in the White House, spins a tale of tribulations and perseverance. It’s been said […]
Inauguration Day 2017 looms before us. America’s President-elect will soon assume office. Donald J. Trump will take an oath as the 45th President of the United States of America on Friday, January 20, 2017. The reality television star and businessman ran a messy presidential campaign, littered with racist, misogynistic and xenophobic sentiments. There are concerns […]
As we continue to reflect on Advent, Nana Dolce reminds us of the glorious condescension of the Incarnation, that Christ, full of grace and truth, would humble himself as a baby for our sake.
In this article, RAAN contributor Nana Dolce breaks down the Planned Parenthood video, while sharing her past ideologies on abortion, and explains why abortion is a Gospel issue.
In this article, RAAN contributor Nana Dolce thanks God for parental failures that lead her to seek the Lord’s strength in her weaknesses.
In this gospel-laden article, RAAN contributor Nana Dolce recounts the greatest adoption story ever told.
It’s a new year. It’s a time for us all to make resolutions. In this article, Nana Dolce reminds us of our ultimate resolution.
In an article that reflects the heart of the gospel, Nana Dolce, shares about her move from an affluent community to an impoverished one.