A BLACK GIRL'S CRY (HARDBACK)
In A Black Girl’s Cry, Author Danyelle Scroggins deals with the struggles of black girls as they find themselves going through the challenges of racism, failed relationships, corporate tension, friendships, and pain.
Who would imagine having a black mother who felt it more important to teach her girls how to be Christians verses the struggles life has with being black. From a young mother who knew all too well what it meant to be African American, she decided that there was something more important that being black in America.
This deeply written partial memoir leads the readers through what it means to cry while not knowing VICTORY is already theirs, verses crying while knowing you already have the VICTORY through Christ Jesus. This is the victory to have in knowing Christ, understanding that we win in every situation because all things work together for our good.
Scroggins shares how parenting two black girls put her in a space where she felt the need to teach more about being a Christian than being a black girl. She knew her girls would always know what it feels like to be a black girl, but learning what it meant to be a Christian would overpower the pain of being black.
She gives so many powerful lessons handed down to her from her great-grandmother, grandmother, and mother, which she in turned handed to her daughters and now to her granddaughter. In A Black Girl's Cry, you will understand that your tears is never a sign of weakness, but instead, just what you need to push past your fears and invite God into your situation.