Latanya Fraser Cato

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Latanya Fraser Cato is an elementary school teacher who enjoys reading and writing poetry. She is currently a Sunday school teacher at her church in Japan and has served on various youth-related ministries both in church and school in her home country Jamaica. She has a passion for counseling and helping others. She has published a book of poems  entitled Soul’s Inspiration which she hopes will assist individuals facing various challenges..

  • Trusting Him

    If I should ask do you trust God, what would your response be?

  • God’s Direction

    Recently I was on an unfamiliar road heading home. I had taken this road a couple of times, but I am terrible with directions.

  • Human Traditions

    We all have traditions that are practised in our countries. In Japan, where I currently reside, many traditions and cultural practices have been passed down through generations

  • Mental distractions?

    When I moved from Jamaica to Japan five years ago, I felt broken and lost having left on the first anniversary of the death of my first husband.

  • Becoming wholesome

    Reflecting on a few gospel songs, I've realized that we make many promises to God, "Whatever you ask me to do, I'll do it" and "I surrender all". Some of our prayers may include asking God to work through us or for us to be like others in the bible. We want God to use us, but we are often not open to it.

  • Do not be deceived

  • Stand out

  • Forgiveness

    Learning to forgive is difficult for most of us. Especially when you are hurt by someone you have a close relationship with. When someone tries to tarnish your character, abandons you, hurt or abuse you it is not something you easily get over.

  • Fear not

    I’ve consistently allowed fear to rule my life throughout the years. Whenever I was to try something new I think about all the ways things could go wrong to the point where I’d give up on that idea. As a result of this fear, I’ve also struggled with anxiety.

  • Be Encouraged

    There was a time when I prayed every night before going to bed that I wouldn’t wake up the next day. At that point in my life, it seemed to be the only prayer that I could pray. I couldn’t contend with the pain that I was feeling, my emotions were drained and the thought of facing the next day was just too much to bear. It felt like an ongoing cycle with no end.