“Always There for Us” by Reva Lachica Moore

I was paying for merchandise at a department store when I overheard the sales lady talking on the phone: “Sir, I need a big favor. My daughter won first place in an Essay Contest for Black History Month. She is being presented tomorrow and I would like to be there for her. If it’s OK … Read more

“A Secret Hiding Place” by Reva Lachica Moore

(August 15,1996) I had a very hectic day at work. It seemed as if everything had gone wrong and so, on my way home, I had a heart-to-heart talk with God. “God, I will do anything for You. Please allow me to retire,” I cried. When I reached our driveway, I asked God to please … Read more

“Life – changing Detours by Reva Lachica Moore

“This is Captain Anderson. If you’re taking Northwest Orient flight No.7823 to Manila, you just missed it!” the pilot of the Northwest Orient jet announced in the intercom. “Am I the only passenger affected by this?” I wondered why the announcement did not create a commotion among the passengers. We still had three hours of … Read more

“The Secret to His Success” by Reva Wallace Moore

Have you eaten one of these snacks? We sat on a sofa at the lobby waiting to see a very important man—the owner of a billion-dollar company. On opposite walls of the lobby hung oil paintings of this man, his brother and his parents. Every few minutes, someone would pass through the lobby and we … Read more

“Repay Bad with Good” by Reva Lachica Moore

(I put the flowers to cover their faces). Last Friday, Kaitlyn told us that she had a wonderful day at school. The students had to make a puzzle and after they were done, they had to put a good comment on the puzzle card and give it to another student. “I was very surprised that … Read more

“A Mother’s Love” by Reva Lachica Moore

A father may turn his back on his child, brothers and sisters may become inveterate enemies, husbands may desert their wives, wives their husbands. But a mother’s love endures through all. ~Washington Irving Two days ago I went shopping and saw a sight I’ve not seen before. Two women, one in her 40’s and the … Read more

“I tried to Rescue a Turtle” by Reva Lachica Moore

“I Tried to Rescue a Turtle” (This story has a happy ending) Yesterday, I was sitting inside the car, while JR was in the dermatology office, when I saw a turtle on the sidewalk. The past night’s heavy rain must have carried the turtle to higher ground. The turtle was trying to crawl out of … Read more

“A Ram in the Thicket Story” by Reva Lachica Moore

A “Ram in the Thicket” Story – by Reva Lachica Moore Mary Grace and I were flying from Maryland to Baton Rouge with a layover in Charlotte, North Carolina – a very busy airport. Due to bad weather, our flight was delayed. When we finally landed in Charlotte, the captain asked the passengers who do … Read more