October 12, 2018
“Good Christian women leaders/people ought to stay in their place. Disruption always does more harm than good, and legacy is reserved for the rich.” Lies, lies and more lies. If, like me, you’d bought into that narrative, you’ve been misled. For the past few years, I’ve been captivated by the stories of two men:
August 30, 2018
The root of Christianity is to walk in a Christ-like way. Jesus was a compassionate man who ate and worked with all members of society, never fearing those who endured the most trauma and hardships, even if it meant they displayed signs that some may deem as unworthy to society at large.
Bullets ricocheted off of each locker – each pelt of the metal echoed across the crowded hallways. Each scream, each whisper, each plea for mercy echoed within that small space. We can turn the channel. We can turn a blind eye. However, we can’t stop the questions – we can’t stop the gnawing
Do we see them? Do we see the hunger and thirst of the children before us? If so, what are we doing about it? Josh Pavano has chosen to open up his eyes and open up his heart to the children in Uganda. He is the CEO & Founder of Jonas Umbrellas –
Last week my younger sister headed back to college, and like thousands of other people our age there were multiple flights, shuttles, dorm keys and bus schedules to coordinate. Due to a misplaced dorm card and late check in schedule, there were a couple of hours where her location and access to her
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