I had so much fun and peace writing this after the Psalm Writing Course by Debbie Akinkunle😍. I am looking forward to printing this and putting it on my classroom door when we ‘safely’ return to school.
Teachers be encouraged, your work during this time is valued and does not go unnoticed by the Lord. We haven’t stopped teaching he and we haven’t stopped learning new ways to engage those that The Lord has entrusted into our care.
Feel free to save the photo below and share. I have also made it downloadable as a PDF for the best printing. Tell a fellow teacher to have it ready for their classrooms when we return to work!
Here is my highly requested skin care routine post-SJS! Stevens-Johnson syndrome really dealt with my body internally and externally. Watch my testimony here. My face was ruined. I looked like a horror story gone wrong…but God! I prayed a specific prayer point personalising the scripture in Job 33:25. “Then her skin will be renewed, as … Continue reading Skin Care Routine – Post Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
I have so much to say on this given my experience of systemic racism which almost ended in death — but for now; read and share my social media post ‘threads’, sign the petitions below — and fight for your health because the system isn’t…YET. GMC: Medical schools must include BAME representation in clinical teaching … Continue reading Black Health Matters
Your brain does not have a race. We all have the capacity to feel pain. Psychology can point to viable solutions. Read more in the post on ‘Psychology and Black Lives Matter’.