If you don’t see my color, you can’t see my pain!
Pain that exist from unseen chains binding souls in the destructive war of racial injustice. What is around you can sometimes kill what is in you.
You will find healing from racial injustice by answering three questions: I am, you are, then we are.
These pages answers:
How to identify unseen chains in generations
How to break cycles and choices and their effects
How to be a part of equality and unity
How to create a culture of national accountability
How to assure no one is left behind in healing and restoration
If a culture in crisis and threat of lost justice has compelled you to be a voice to be heard, the time is now. The combination of straight talk and Biblical principals will challenge you to be a part of changing history.
Virginia Mathis is a Pastoral Counselor, Chaplain, Life Coach and author. She is the passionate founder of two ministries, Plain Path Ministries and God & Girlfriends. Plain Path Ministries is a prophetic scribal and teaching ministry. God & Girlfriends is a woman’s relationship building ministry that includes empowerment through counseling, coaching and mentoring. Virginia travels and speaks in the areas of leadership development, church management, organization and development and racial reconciliation. She lives in Georgia and enjoys spending time with family, outdoor activities, and traveling to new places.