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 […]

A Man after God’s Heart

A Man after God’s Heart

When we study the life of David, we learn that he was one of several men that the word of God testifies about his character and the life that he lived before God. The first man that the Bible mention is God’s own Son Jesus Christ, which the Father declared that “this is my beloved […]

Stay In Your Lane

Stay In Your Lane

In 1996, the world witnessed the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, GA, as USA runner Michael Johnson won gold medals in the 200 and 400-meter races. As a runner, he won his medals by having two dominating performance and breaking the world records in the 200 and 400-meter races. He did not just have an attitude […]

Communication

Communication

Fellows do you remember the first time you started talking to that girl who became either your first love or ultimately the woman you would marry. You both would talk in person or you talked by phone, it seems like time would just fly and you would talk for hours with one another. If the […]

A Man of Prayer

A Man of Prayer

When you look at the books that are on your shelf, how many of them are on the subject of prayer? When you look at the eBooks you have downloaded on your I Pad or Kindle how many of them are on the topic of prayer? If I come to visit your home will I […]