Recent Article on The Cultivating Project

Sharing my Autumn essay “CULTIVATING THE HEART OF AN ISLAND NATION” in Cultivating online magazine. I hope you enjoy. Denise

Author: Denise S. Armstrong

An HBU Masters candidate in Cultural Apologetics, Denise S. Armstrong considers herself a lifelong student and educator though a retired English literature and language teacher. She gratefully enjoys a thirty-years-strong marriage, which has joyfully produced three offspring. Jamaican by birth, but now an American citizen, her work reflects their family’s cross-cultural journey. A blogger in poetry, short-form essays, ethnic sketches and musicals, Denise’s 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 Germany.

3 thoughts on “Recent Article on The Cultivating Project”

    1. So glad you read through what is a little longer than usual post, Jody! I hope anyone who reads will experience the reward of it. I think my native homeland’s history is quite fascinating! And there is so much I did not get to include for reason of length. Part two, soon, perhaps! Thanks for the feedback!
      Denise

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    2. There is Jody, and this barely gets at it! Jamaica’s has a unique place in the Americas/ Caribbean, geographically, historically and most important, spiritually. There is always a battle on for her soul. Pray for the people of Jamaica, will you?!🇯🇲

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