“You can’t turn out a light, shining on the inside.” Steffany Gretzinger (Blackout) In this video, Dr. Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenburg talks about how she hates the phrase “women are their own worst enemies” and she puts to task anyone who uses it. Why? Narrative creates expectation. What we say, do, experience and believe today determines what … Continue reading The Woman I Am
The power of choice on whether to own the enemy's lies or embrace God’s truth about you falls squarely on you.
I was in church smack in the middle of singing in worship when the Holy Spirit began whispering to me – can you imagine if this song was never written because (the person who wrote it) decided there were enough worship songs in the world? That would suck, I told Him. It’s a really good … Continue reading My Voice Matters
It’s the brown stilettos that get my attention first. Seated in a Kencom bus, stuck in traffic on Kenyatta Avenue, I don’t have much else to do but stare out the window and daydream. My vivid imagination is usually powerful enough to drown out the world around me. But those brown stilettos shatter right through … Continue reading Crowned
“Argue for your limitations and you get to keep them.” – Unknown (Gem courtesy of Koki Oyuke) It’s a tragedy when women are diminished. But it’s especially heartbreaking when women diminish themselves. Our biggest enemy as women is not the world. It’s not the devil. It’s not the errant corners of the Body of Christ. … Continue reading Who You Are