Empowering women to flee from abuse and making healthy relationship choices
From Grapes to Wine
My Brother, My Sister
When we forget that the earth is the Lord's, we are bound to forget that we are His as well. In fact, when looking at the violence and disparity that plagues our neighborhoods, it appears that we may have already done so. With the threat of gentrification, it is time for us to learn to love and accept each other and look for ways to unite and restore hope to our neighborhoods. This screenplay will capture the problems in the African-American neighborhood with the hopes for us to remember that we are God's children...brothers and sisters united for the common good.
The Water I give
With her son's father serving a life sentence for murder, Sabrina has to do what needs to do to raise their 11-year old son, Michael. Her best friend, Kyra is left to babysit Mike and is getting fed up. She often criticizes and urges Sabrina to accept Christ as Savior. Michael is often caught in the middle of their dispute while dealing with pre-adolescent changes, peer pressure, and the weight of carrying the secret of knowing where her mother goes on the weekends. Kevin is released from a 22-year sentence and the local restaurateur is hoping for another chance at love. The lives of these characters are going to intersect, bringing forth redemption.
When the Mind Rests Here
Featured poem: To You, You, and You
My mind is spending time in the Potter's House and I'm
pressing through the debris and the stones
That you had no position to throw. An'
Gonna gather up the mess and build
me a fortress from the lies and this stress. Bless