Sharing a spoken word on a Thursday…gasp! Here’s to a wonderful September ahead of us.
Carlee Janae of Kreative Roots and Shell Vera discuss what it means to be naked and exposed, being multi-talented, and how to fully walk in our identity with authenticity and vulnerability. The ladies touch upon their love for poetry and communication while also sharing about the importance of identity, relationships, and faith in our lives. They talk about how they have brought their audiences as writers and poets into their processes and now share with others how to do the same. This chat is a beautiful example of how there is no competition in the Kingdom and how two women who work in similar spaces can come together and share ideas and grow a friendship when we see one another as sisters and brothers instead of competition. The ladies bring a lot of fun, joy, and depth into the conversation.
Sunday spoken word on a Wednesday…just because.
Should we judge what others look like or learn to see things from their perspective? Should we see ourselves through others’ eyes or should we look through God’s eyes?
SoReal lives up to her name as she shares about some past events and how she met God there.
Spoken word by JFence at Rhetoric 2019 about Christian living and how we need to think before we speak.
A spoken word about grace by Chris Webb
Janette…ikz shares a very real spoken word about miscarriage. I recommend this for all who have friends or family who have experienced miscarriage., as well as those who have been through it personally and need some healing. Have tissues ready.
Stop limiting yourself because of the boxes you allow yourself and others to put you in and instead be so fully you that you can’t help but smile each day – even when it’s hard.
Karness Turner shares what some people go through when they enter into the church walls.
A fun skit from the Poets in Autumn 2019 tour.
I heard a spoken-word previously that really hit me in that place where I am super passionate. It made me think about the bridges we are building in our communities.