Flowers for Me and Other Women Without Children

Motherhood Has Many Faces Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Essay   “He maketh the barren woman to keep house, and to be a joyful mother of children.” Psalm 113: 9 My Mom married young, soon after college graduation. She was only 21 when I was born, and my father was 29. […]

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Author Allyson Olivia Joins Harvest Contributors Network

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine Publisher and Editor   It is a thorough pleasure to announce that Allyson Olivia, author of “In the Name of the Father,” is now a member of the Harvest Contributors Network. The Baltimore, MD., native released the book, her first, in 2014. She had this to say about her […]

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Single but Not Alone

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Feature Finding Sanctity through Service and Obedience Memphis, Tenn., is a unique place. The city of good abode has an estimated population of 671,000 and is situated in the southwest corner of the state near Mississippi and Arkansas. Each year, thousands of people from around the […]

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Five Reasons You’re Still Single

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor We know God is always with us. Even during those times when we feel most alone, He is there. He has to be there because He cannot contradict Himself. Admittedly, there are instances where it is easier to feel His presence — when we have hope in […]

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Be Mine

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Reflective Essay   I am reluctant to share this, but every year when Valentine’s Day approaches I get a little irritated. I feel bombarded by the television commercials of couples ogling over each other or ladies accepting marriage proposals with “He went to Jared” or “Every […]

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