Sarah Kay Ndjerareou is the author of Pieces of Glass. The child of missionary parents, writing became a natural way to process my adventures through Siberia, Ukraine, Kenya, Monaco, Swaziland, Thailand and beyond. Ndjerareou means ‘he who builds the road’ in Ngambai, my husband’s Reounodji Nathanael (Nate’s) tribal language spoken in Chad, Africa. Our favorite travel companions are our daughter, Sophia, and son Isaac. Today our home is in Texas.
Global Lit

Global Lit Must Haves: 2017

Books make excellent traveling companions. I can tell you where I was for many of my favorite adventures in literature.  They whisk us away into new worlds without jet lag, travel illness or language barriers. My deep love for global literature ...

Food is an excellent portal to new worlds and cultures.  Great article about a catering company using refugees to bring new tastes to NYC.  Taste of Home, This Catering Company Hires Refugee Chefs, Food & Wine Magazine, March 2017. Now ...

"If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how AMAZING you can be."

-    Maya Angelou   -

Cross Cultural Family, Soulful Sojourning

A Prayer for My Son

Isaac, my son. As your mother, every birthday celebrates the gift of your tender, sweet, soul. In all you wiggles, cuddles, and giggles I’m thankful that you’ve brought laughter into our hearts and home. Your life is the answer to so ...
Ndjerareou Journey

A Miraculous Moment

Every Christmas there’s a moment, while decorating the tree, when I come across a humble angle ornament.  A crack edged with yellowing glue and a chipped wing doesn’t diminish the value of this precious bit of glass. In fact, I’ll ...
Soulful Sojourning

The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp

Brokenness is not something we like to celebrate. It costs too much, it’s not pretty or convenient, it lays us bare at our most vulnerable. However it finds you it’s physical, emotional, and spiritual. It’s thoughts that you’d never admit ...
Collaborations, Global Lit

NIV Bible for Women, Fresh Insights for Thriving in Today’s World

It came like a whisper ‘Tell your children their story.’ Like the devoted believer I am I responded with fears, complaints and a whole list of ‘but God’s, the kind that’ve wrestled with couldas and shouldas and what ifs. Still ...