(May 19) Vol. 7, No. 16

A WORD FROM THE EDITOR Growing Apart Recently my heart hasn’t been in it for God these days—possibly for quite some time now. I wanted to share that experience with you this week because I know it’s been awhile since I’ve written anything personally and because I feel that it’s necessary. I’m asking that you […]

(Dec. 9) Vol. 6, No. 29

A WORD FROM THE EDITOR The Editing Process Well everyone this will be the last issue for 2016. The first issue of Safe Haven for 2017 will be January 20. For this last issue I reflected on where I am, the frustration I feel from being in the same place I’ve been at for awhile and the […]

Monthly Tidbit for December

“Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.” (Matthew 5:8 KJV) God is not saying that only those who are perfect will see Him. Instead, what Jesus is telling us is that by striving to have a clean, pure heart we will spend our days in paradise with Him. You can’t have a […]

(Dec. 2) Vol. 6, No. 28

A WORD FROM THE EDITOR Strangled (Poem) This time around I decided I would write a poem. It was inspired by this month’s Monthly Tidbit. After the Lord gave me the scripture, it struck a cord in me. I felt the need to write it all down shortly after that. I’ll be doing a blog post […]

(Nov. 18) Vol. 6, No. 27

A WORD FROM THE EDITOR Language Barrier It’s always amazing when you can find God in the most unlikeliest things. In this case, in my journey to achieve my goal of acquiring two languages, the Lord showed me a connection between being set apart and studying to become fluent. I’ve created a language blog on […]

Monthly Tidbit for November

“And the Lord said unto Joshua, Fear not, neither be dismayed: take all the people of war with thee, and arise, go up to Ai: see, I have given into thy hand the king of Ai, and his people, and his city, and his land: And thou shalt do to Ai and her king as […]

(Nov. 5) Vol. 6, No 26

A WORD FROM THE EDITOR The Ugly Truth This week’s topic is about my own prejudice and how I had grown to distrust those brothers and sisters who are White. It was uncomfortable for me to admit to myself, let alone write about. The Lord stressed to me that it was necessary for me to […]