Permit me to urge you to treat yourself to soul-nourishing fare over at ‘Cultivating’ — a delightful literary and visual smorgasbord. The theme of the Fall issue of this online publication is ‘Letting Go’.
I was once again privileged to have an essay, ‘When Letting Go Means Holding On’, published in the reading/journal section.
There I relate the events leading to my migration to America and share aspects of the struggle to hold on to the promises of a trustworthy God, when letting go of the familiar feels like free fall.
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Author: Denise S. Armstrong
e teacher. She gratefully enjoys a thirty-years-strong marriage, which has joyfully produced three offspring.
Jamaican by birth, Denise's work reflects her family’s cross-cultural journey. She is a blogger in poetry, short-form essays, ethnic sketches and musicals. Her work has also appeared in The Caribbean Writer--a literary publication of the University of the Virgin Islands, on SA Radio Cape Pulpit’s – ‘Voices of Change’, as well as on Jamaican television. She considers herself privileged to be a contributor to one of today’s most exciting online communities of Christian artists—The Cultivating Project. At present, she resides in Europe.
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2 thoughts on ““When Letting Go Means Holding On” an essay by Denise on ‘Cultivating’ – an online Publication”
Wow! I can so relate! I know this is so much deeper than even the words on the page. Well spoken and appreciated! Hannah Song
Mrs. Song! What a joy to hear from you. So happy to hear that you are drinking deeply from that well. Your reading and commenting always ministers such encouragement. Greetings to hubby! And sweet memory-making and blessings for the Thanksgiving and Advent Seasons!