More Than a Beer

By Omoruyi Uwuigiaren On a wet Sunday morning, I strolled by a church. Service was in full swing and it was a full house. There was hardly any space left for anyone to sit. It’s the culture in this part of the world for church service to be packed with humans seeking the face of … Continue reading More Than a Beer

Just Desserts

By Dawn DeBraal If only Hannah understood how abrasive she could be when she talked to people. Her mother never told her that she was offensive. Hannah never developed the filter that most of us have. The one we use to refrain from responding negatively toward a person.  It seems every time Hannah opened her … Continue reading Just Desserts