Tamieka Dussard

Press Services International

Tamieka Pennant Dussard is a poet and writer, who has served in youth ministries mentoring young people both in Canada (current home) and Jamaica. She is the Director of “Young Wives Uncensored” a social organization which seeks to provide support and accountability to young, married women.  She hopes to continue to use her gifts and experiences to motivate young people and share God with the world. She also enjoys cooking and sharing flexi-vegan recipes (IG: ltdkitchen)

  • Honoring Your Season

    In Genesis chapter 8, verse 22, the Bible tells us that, “As long as the world exists, there will be a time for planting and a time for harvest. There will always be cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night."

  • Friends like these

    Life is filled with rocky grounds, isolating moments and dark days. On one of my darkest days in October 2018, the Lord reminded me that even dark skies reflected His majesty.

  • C’est un cas de Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

    One of the things I have learnt early in the Genesis of my faith is that “Words Matter”. Good or bad, they have the power to impact lives and situations in insurmountable ways.

  • Feelings

  • Bounded by grace

    As I knelt in front of the couch, I re-surrendered my marriage to God. Somewhere along the journey I managed to snatch it from his grasp, and it was way too much for me to hold. I could feel the burden of relational conflicts, misunderstandings, lack of active listening and selfishness ease from my shoulders. In that moment, I experienced God’s peace.

  • The Name Game

    Who are you? In summer 2008, my now husband and I met in my favorite fast-food restaurant in Jamaica. My intention was ...

  • A Summer To Remember

  • Leaves die, but roots thrive

    Growing up in the countryside in Jamaica has taught me the value of agriculture. That coupled with my dad and grandmother’s undying love for all things farmer-Brown- I was bound to have a green-thumb, or so I thought.

  • Learn to swim, or drown

    When my youngest brother got enlisted in the army, I did not sleep the night before he went in. I cried, my heart raced, and my mind could not settle.

  • Stumble forward

    As Christians, many of us are all too familiar with the idea of messing up or stumbling. When someone says being a Christian is hard, it is often the thought of living a life that is idealistic and free from error that scares people away. This is because we know that inherently, we are from the Adamic race, born to fail, only human.