I hope you all had a beautiful Thanksgiving holiday! I always love this time of year. I mean, October through December is my favorite time of year, but Thanksgiving is like the catalyst to keep me at home, listen to Christmas music, snuggle up by the fire, and to deeply enjoy the people in my…Read more I’m so tired of all the crap.
Aye, Christians, let's have a chat. I'm talking a Religious Diversity class this semester. The professor is great; she is really challenging me and my beliefs. These classes are ones I'd love to record and post everywhere I can, because it's good stuff. But did you catch that? My professor is challenging my beliefs. She…Read more A Christian Reflection
*This is a paper I just wrote for my Religious Diversity class. I'm quite proud of it.* Many people claim that America is a Christian nation. They recognize the impact religious beliefs had on the Founding Fathers and on the creation of America. However, many people also claim that America isn’t a Christian nation. These…Read more Religious Literacy
I recently purchased a physical copy of Time Magazine's 100 Photographs: The Most Influential of All Time. It's a fabulous collection- with beautiful and heart-breaking images. Some made my heart hurt, and others made me happy. The collection included images such as the Frame 313, Migrant Mother, Flag Raising on Iwo Jima, The Face of Aids, Tank…Read more Most Influential Images of All Time
The past two days for me have been long days with work and school and other adult responsibilities. And though I really wanted to blog, it wasn't at the top of my priorities. Tomorrow starts finals week for me. I'm so ready for the semester to be over, and the bad thing is, I'm pretty…Read more Days of Cheer: John Michael Talbot, and Linus and Lucy
This is my only political post. I decided a while ago that I wouldn't post anything about who I voted for, or where I stood. That being said, I've noticed there is a lot of confusion about what the Electoral College is, and why it is important. I've even seen some links on Facebook for…Read more The Electoral College
Over the weekend something powerful happened. If I had known about it sooner, I would have gathered a group of friends, and we would have participated. In 300 cities and 40 countries around the world, people gathered and walked. They walked in a single file line, dressed all in black and with a single piece…Read more #Walkforfreedom