It happens every month and there’s no way to avoid it.
You swear it’s not going to happen next month but then all of the sudden it’s time for that awful moment of final hugs and tearful good-byes.
Saying good-bye 11 (or more) times was one of the reasons I didn’t want to go on [...]
I really like Ally’s work. There’s a fair amount of psychology in the book and at first I wondered what it had to do with writing at all but the more I read, the more [...]
Years ago I heard about the Christ statue overlooking Tegucigalpa.
So as soon as we arrived at the top of this beautiful mountain, I began looking for it. I finally resolved myself to the fact that you can’t see it from here. It’s not like the cross in Jinotega, Nicaragua, that you literally can see [...]
The following is a collection of ridiculous and ridiculously profound this heard throughout the month of September. Sit back, relax, and enjoy.
Tom Davis: Look for Jesus every morning in the eyes of the people you meet. And then look for Him in the mirror. (28)
Liv: Somebody has a funky booty. Come in here [...]
Every month has a sound track and this month’s sound track has been the contemporary Christian music from the 1990s and 2000s. Michael W. Smith’s Second Decade, Barlow Girl’s “Never Alone,” and TobyMac’s Diverse City.
These were the songs on the radio when I discovered Christian music in my mom’s minivan.
It’s been a fun [...]
It was the end of the day, and we were all exhausted. We’d already done the same skit eight times that day and had to do it once more before we could call it a night.
So we put on our energetic faces and jumped up onstage one last time.
Apparently it worked. As soon [...]
I had a hard time rooting for Allie. Truthfully, I had a hard time rooting for any of the characters. A lot of the book seemed stereotypical and predictable but then (after finishing) I realized it’s categorized as young adult fiction, a detail that likely would have made [...]
If I were to start the Race again, I’d keep track of how many hours I’ve spent on busses this year. Coach busses, school busses, minibuses. We’ve hung out for far too long in each one of them.
In Peru, we spent three nights in one week on coach busses—the following week included a 42-hour [...]
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