Pouring out your soul

Pouring out your soul

Now in the Hebrew language, one of the names of God that the word commands us to acknowledge the Father by is called Elohim. The name Elohim means “that the Lord is the Creator of all things”. The Lord God created Heaven and the Earth, He created man, and He breathed into him the breath […]

Lord Teach us to Pray

Lord Teach us to Pray

Now when the Lord had his times of prayer with the Father, the word of God described His places of prayer as being in a solitary place. Some of these places of prayer would be such places like Jesus being in the garden or Him going up into a mountain to pray. When Jesus prayed, […]

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

This September one of the two Jewish Holidays which are celebrated in the Jewish community will be celebrated in this country and throughout the world. The Jewish Holiday called Rosh Hashanah starts on the 9th and concludes on the 11th of September. The holiday of Rosh Hashanah is celebrated by the Jewish people who acknowledge that […]

Men at Work

Men at Work

Over a year ago my company located in a new area which forced me to have to take public transportation to work. Every morning I would take the Long Island Railroad train from Wyandanch to Hicksville, New York which is about a fifteen-minute ride. When I get off my stop, my job is right across […]

For the New Detroit

For the New Detroit

Posted by on August 25, 2018 in Blog |No Comments

If you’ve never heard of me, then I’m honored to introduce myself here. My name is Deon Mixon. I’m 23 years old and I’m a graphic designer, author, and poet from Detroit, MI. I graduated from Western Michigan University with my BFA in Graphic Design and I’m also an alumnus of Cass Technical High School—where […]

My Journey of Faith

My Journey of Faith

Over twenty-five years ago, I made the decision to leave my hometown in Detroit Michigan. When I considered leaving back then, I was faced with the decision to either move to the west or east coast of the country. During 1992 what a young black male mostly heard from the media, the streets and others […]