May 27, 2018

“Being a gay black man... I think that has been my struggle. And being from Ghana because my family somehow doesn’t know I’m gay. They know it, but they don't want to admit it, and because of that, I don’t want them to come to that truth because of the pain that the truth will unleash on them. So that has been my biggest struggle, but also being black in a country where I did not know I was black. Because I am from Ghana origi...

February 16, 2018

February 16, 2018

'Can you see me?


Don’t look at me and see something that needs to be fixed. If you are to see the weakness in me, see also the Jesus within me. See that in my weakness I am strong, see that because of this weakness I have found a reason to grasp onto Gods truth more desperately than ever before. See that because I am fallen I am also strong in Christ.

If you can see only a broken wing and not the bird who is determined to fly t...

February 16, 2018

February 16, 2018

My queerness is more than just the temptation to be sexually intimate with the same-sex. It is a unique lens and perspective that allows me to see the world differently than my peers. That isn't to say that my perspective as someone who is queer is better than someone who is not, just that I see the world differently. The very fact that I feel it would be impossible for me to default into marriage to experience some form of ph...

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