A Place of Protection

Every time we turn on the TV or get on Facebook, it’s easy to see how broken our world is. Even if we’re not looking for it, we hear story after story of hate and evil in our world. It is easy to get caught up in it. And it’s easy to forget that we have nothing to fear.

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Diary of a Middle School SGL: The Meeting

There’s this little dance that always happens right after you tell a leader at a church you are sorta kinda maybe interested in serving in their environment. They try not to act too excited. They’re try to act like they’re only slightly interested.

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The Truth About Lies

When I was nine-years-old, I was sent home from school because I had head lice. These little black bugs made a grand, unwelcome entrance into my Mexi-Rican, medium-sized afro. I still remember my teacher’s dreadful stare. I had no idea where I’d gotten these critters. All I knew is I was being sent home for my mom to deal with them.

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Obvious or Oblivious

Obvious or Oblivious

Last fall, my son began attending a new preschool in our area. Our first afternoon of picking him up, we experienced the dreaded conversation every parent fears. Apparently, he cried for much of the day, was angry at certain points, and refused to participate in many...

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A Pinch of Salt

A Pinch of Salt

I love to bake. Especially at this time of year, I am constantly setting sticks of butter on the counter to soften in preparation for another irresistible Pinterest recipe. I try to keep as many of the basic ingredients on hand—flour, sugar, baking soda, vanilla. And...

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