This piece is the narrative of a place most people are familiar with—by virtue of living there or what they hear. A place of beauty that is now infested by all things ugly; where growing up to be a respectable individual seems like an impossibility; because the people living there in, are not just ‘victims’ but slaves to their circumstances. Yet, in every darkness, light can shine. And that is the focus of this piece: the Light, and all the difference that comes when you encounter it (Him). Take a listen!
This is a spoken word piece that goes far beyond mere words, and seeks to birth hope and betterment. If you’ve listened to “The Good Days” by the same poet
These days, worship seems to have become just routine and mindless songs we hear and sing in our churches; and routine stuff just won’t do for God. So, this spoken
This is a spoken word duet by one of Jos’ rising poets, Godson and Claudia Kay (making her debut with this powerful piece) as they speak of the ills that