Posts with the category “race-discussions”

Just Mercy
by Noël Foulk on August 28th, 2020
Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan StevensonReview by Blythe MeigsBryan Stevenson has a strong faith and it comes through loud and clear in his writing.  At the end of the book he discusses the brokenness of his clients and the realization that we are all broken.  “I am more than broken.  In fact, there is a strength, a power even, in understanding brokenness, because embracing...  Read More
Generous Justice
by Noël Foulk on August 21st, 2020
Generous Justice: How God's Grace Makes Us by Tim KellerReviewed by Blythe MeigsThis is a powerful book that speaks loud and clear how important justice is to God and how important it should be to His followers too.This is what the LORD Almighty says:  administer true justice, show mercy and compassion to one another.  Do not oppress the widow or the fatherless, the immigrant or the poor.  Zechari...  Read More
The Sun Does Shine
by Noël Foulk on August 14th, 2020
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row by Anthony Ray HintonReview by Blythe MeigsYou can read the short version of my book review in the next paragraph. I was asked to add a piece as to how it personally impacted me - that opens the floodgates to a lot more thoughts... read on if you dare.Spoiler alert:  Ray ended up being exonerated and freed after spending 28 years on dea...  Read More
I'm Still Here
by Noël Foulk on August 7th, 2020
I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness, by Austin Channing BrownReview by Tiffany BehmerThe death of hope begins in fury, ferocious as a wildfire. It feels uncontrollable, disastrous at first, as if it will destroy everything in the vicinity--but in the midst of the fury, I am forced to find my center. What is left when hope is gone? What is left when the source of my hope has...  Read More