My Brother's Keeper

To be a brother’s keeper means to be a brothers protector, his guardian, the person that takes care of you. Now, this brother doesn’t just have to be a blood brother, it could be a friend, church brother or sister, a mother, a father, a teacher, a mentor even a pastor, but whoever it is, they are the protector, they are the guardian, They! Are the one who takes care of you! It takes a village to raise a child. That is a brother’s keeper. I have been blessed to have a village and I am thankful to almighty God for blessing me with my brother’s keepers!

                               Elijah Coles-Brown

A special thank you to Sister Joyce who designed this awesome website. I love you Sister Joyce.

"It Takes A Village"

The original African slogan was offered from the context of the ideal group of people surrounding a child and contributing to his early education and training: grandparents, friends, teachers and others who in many ways supplement the primary care and oversight of the parents.  But, parents bear the first and primary responsibility for their sons and daughters." Yet a "village," could be friends, neighbors and extended family to include schools, Churches, and outside community organizations for children to become involved.
                                                                 (African Proverb)


Dreamers Imagine

"Unlimited possibilities, when you read, dream, and imagine"​