"Beautiful words stir my heart. I will recite a lovely poem about the king. For my tongue is like the pen of a skillful poet."
(Psalm 45:1 NLT)
This trailer is to the story of Nate Allen of Georgetown, SC who was killed in 1953 with a gunshot wound to the back of the head. His body found in the Sampit River. On his death certificate his death was ruled "accidental drowning." This is a story about redemption, a grandson telling the story to redeem his grandfather's honor. This is a story to bring healing to a family. And this is a story to shed light on the intergenerational trauma of racism for African Americans, people of color, and the nation. Documentary short film coming soon...Fall 2019!
This signature poem was written as a testimony about the transformation that has occurred in my life since putting my trust in Jesus. It is a poem about maturity and growth. It is a piece that describes change in perspective as it relates to women, friendships, God, and myself.
This piece tries to capture my journey of faith. Its purpose is to inspire and call men to maturity as it is often used across the world in men’s ministries, professional, collegiate, and high school sports teams.
“When I Became A Man” was written to imply the beginning of still becoming a man.
As Christians we do not have the luxury of being one-dimensional. We have the task of seeing the world and its hurt, brokenness, injustice so that we might be a part of confronting them. We are tasked with seeing the good in creation, its value, so that we might be stewards of it. All the while we must keep our eyes on Jesus nurturing an intimate relationship that empowers and guides us to be culture-changers.
Two-Faced Christian really means to be a community of priests to the world on behalf of God rather than being those who are influenced by compromising patterns of worldliness.
All lives do not matter if some lives don’t. When black lives matter like white lives then we can say all lives matter. Systemic racism is real and impacts many lives of color across the U.S. everyday. To pretend that all is well with policing in the black community, that resources make its way to the black community, and that opportunities are available to the black community equitably is to ignore reality.
This piece not only speaks of this neglect, but also holds everyone accountable; including the black community…if black lives really matter.