Quote for Reflection (Sunday, March 17, 2024)

Black faith and spirituality should not be considered primarily a response or strategy to addresses [issues relating to suffering, struggle or racism, or even racial justice], even if, historically and in the present, faith has helped Black people to endure. Black faith and spirituality are what they are because of the kindness of God who meets us, upholds us and sustains us through joy, storms, laughter and trials, individually and collectively.

~ Selina Stone in “Tarry Awhile”