That Bright Land

“Today if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts as you did in the Rebellion.” – Hebrews 3:15 This verse is my verse for the year. I usually don’t use the part of the verse where it says “as you did in the rebellion,” because it brings up…
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To Be A Champion

Women Champions I love the word champion. It has two definitions according to the dictionary. a person who has defeated or surpassed all rivals in a competition a person who fights or argues for a cause or on behalf of someone else Most of the time, the first definition is…
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Love Is Possible

There’s a quote from Catholic Philosopher Jean Vanier that I found recently. He says, “We have to remind ourselves constantly that we are not saviours. We are simply a tiny sign, among thousands of others, that love is possible, that the world is not condemned to a struggle between oppressors…
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TW: Life’s A Fight

My generation is many things. Passionate, principled (if we believe in principles at all), ready to buck societal norms to pursue justice, reconciliation, and healing. But are we resilient? Am I resilient? Is that even something we value?  Strong enough for the fight Our society, by and large, has rejected…
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Wounds of War

Lonely Season All around me, I see wounds of war. My closest friends, my peers, strangers even, sharing openly how they have been mentally harmed and the illnesses that they struggle with. Some people blame the fact that we all use phones and computers. Some blame the breakdown of community…
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Life in a Bubble

I love bubbles. Blowing bubbles, popping bubbles, and staying inside my bubble. I like hanging out with the same friends, eating the same foods, watching the same movies, and doing the same things I’ve always done, but that isn’t who I want to be. I’d rather be an adventurer, a…
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