LET US PRAY: Prayers From Women of Color - Kristie Anyabwile

 
Kristie Anyabwile | June 23rd 2020

A Message from the TGBC team: 

Whatever the color of our skin, there is much to grieve and lament over right now. So many of us are hurting. So many of us feel powerless to help. Those of us who are not people of color want to stand with our brothers and sisters, but sometimes are unsure how to.

But all of us can pray. And all of us must pray.

So we’ve invited women of color to help all of us lift our eyes to the Lord of all and speak to him as our Father about the times we’re walking through. Each day for the next week or two, visit this blog and you’ll find a video, voice recording, or written prayer that will help you to pray into this situation. 

We’re honored that serving us today is Kristie Anyabwile, a popular conference speaker who lives in Washington, DC, with her husband Thabiti and their three children. She tweets @kanyabwile.

Kristie Anyabwile is also the editor of His Testimonies, My Heritage. Hear the voices of women of color on the most important subject in any age—the word of God.

His Testimonies, My Heritage

His Testimonies, My Heritage

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Hear the voices of women of colour on the most important subject in any age—the word of God.

This inspiring collection of devotions is by a diverse group of women of color—African-American, Hispanic, Caribbean, and Asian women. Contributors include Kristie Anyabwile, Jackie Hill-Perry, Trillia Newbell, Elicia Horton, Christina Edmondson, Blair Linne, Bev Chao Berrus and more.

Kristie Anyabwile

Kristie Anyabwile lives in Washington, DC, with her husband Thabiti. They have three children. Kristie is a popular conference speaker and tweets @kanyabwile

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