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3 Suitcases, 2 Boarding Passes & 1 Move (+ All That Entails)

I am officially moved. I packed up three suitcases, stuffed my poor old laptop into my fraying Swiss Army backpack, and nervously printed out two copies of my boarding pass because you know, just in case I lose one and somehow don’t lose the other one tucked into it. For the first time in my… Continue reading 3 Suitcases, 2 Boarding Passes & 1 Move (+ All That Entails)

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Advice for College from A Grad

I’m jaded. I’m putting that on the table immediately. To the sweet-faced babies that are still looking forward to glorious four years of collegiate freedom, a tired college graduate may sound pessimistic and crusty. I get it. And I admit it. I did not love college. This is not the case for everybody. My opinions, my… Continue reading Advice for College from A Grad

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Just Follow The Blood Stained Road

The missionary sitting across the table from me had 600 children, 22 years of ministry, and enough tales to hold for five and a half hours my rapturous attention with unconscious ease. On our way to Boston in our air conditioned Lexus amidst our discussion of life, my sister offhandedly commented to me “You like things on… Continue reading Just Follow The Blood Stained Road

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When Perfect Shatters

I swear he had magnets somewhere on his person because I couldn’t take my eyes off of him. My breath caught the first time I realized it. And let me clearly state that I’m not that type of girl who falls in love easily. I am far too busy initiating my plan for world domination. But… Continue reading When Perfect Shatters

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It’s Okay to Be Hungry – A Study in Gluttony, Part II

A few months ago I started my battle against gluttony. Well I bought a book about Biblical Weight Management. So yeah I rolled out the Howitzer. Bet you didn’t even know that one of those existed. This super nerd found it! Why? Because I firmly believe that theology directly influences lifestyle. Functional theology that boils… Continue reading It’s Okay to Be Hungry – A Study in Gluttony, Part II