A City for Jesus

by Kyra Riley Daniels

A day does not go by without me encountering the beautiful diversity of New York City. The streets are filled with artists, business professionals, dudes from the block, and college students. When I walk to the grocery store or take the subway, I hear a mix of languages and witness the various skin colors.…

Speaking Words of Life

by Alexa Hess

If I was to ask you what your favorite quote is, what would you say? Whether words from a favorite book, beloved speaker, or treasured loved one, we all have heard words that resonated with us deeply. On the flip side, most of us have heard words that we wish we could forget.…

How to Share the Gospel with Jehovah’s Witnesses

By: Kyra Riley Daniels

Jehovah’s Witnesses are known for their door-to-door evangelism, pamphlets, and kind demeanor. You might have encountered them on your front porch on a Saturday morning or seen them with their literature carts on street corners. When you encounter Jehovah’s Witnesses, it is important to be equipped to share the gospel with them.…

Preaching in Chains: Fannie Lou Hamer

By Kyra Riley
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co

The time is the summer of 1963, and a bus of freedom fighters travels from South Carolina to Mississippi. The thick and sticky heat from the southern sun makes the trip less than comfortable for the people on board, but their spirits are high.

How to Defend Your Faith

By Kyra Riley
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

When we consider an apology, we typically think of someone saying sorry or showing remorse for a regretful behavior or thought. However, an apology is also a defense or justification for something.…