Author: Ella Wood

Untold Architectural Black History of Tampa, Florida:My 36-Year Architectural Career in Tampa. The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Gaither and Bloomingdale High Schools, the Harbour Island project, Mobley Park and... Read More

It can be disheartening when you gaze in the mirror and contemplate seeing a younger sort of yourself, but instead, a person with crow's feet and worry lines stares back.Clark... Read More

A known theologian once stated, “Nothing God ever did, or ever does, or ever will do, is separate from God’s love.” Everything that God has ever done has been out... Read More

Little children learn through avenues available to them; stories are one of the most accessible mediums of education.This book is authored by Caroleann Rice, a mother, grandmother, and chaplain, a... Read More

Life comes in seasons. And life changes. Everyone goes through transitions. Consider doing some writing to help capture your thoughts, or you can read a good book on uncovering the... Read More

Women in this day and age are way too different from what they were back then. The world had somehow progressed from telling women to stay in the kitchen to... Read More

Parents often think about the essential skills our children must learn when they reach the age of five—preparing them for school, like counting from one to ten, taking a bath,... Read More

Before prisoners even came out behind bars, stigma had already been building up against them, against their free will. Rosser McDonald’s book about the prison system and its highlighted realities... Read More

Is there anything that touches the soul more than a beautiful rhythmic composition and flow of poetry? Is there any other kind of language that seemed so mysteriously compelling yet... Read More

Do you wonder how one lets go and lets God? Paul says in Hebrew 12:1 to throw off everything that hinders you and the sin that so easily entangles you.... Read More