Privilege

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Privilege. Isn’t it a funny word? An awkward word, really. Google defines it as “a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group of people. I can tell you what social media has to say about privilege. Let me give you a hint: it involves people like Trayvon […]

Who Am I?

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Who am I? That’s a pretty good question, and today as I was checking Snapchat, I found a great answer to it. (I know, Snapchat isn’t usually where I go to for truth either). The answer comes from a pastor from New York who helped lead a recent and massive youth gathering I attended this […]

NYG Day 1: Patience

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So because the programmed activities don’t start until Saturday night, the first full day here was spent getting a good feel for the city, getting some shopping done, and learning very fast about having a whole lot of patience. For starters, we spent several hours this morning taking a walking tour of the city and […]

NYG 2016

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Hello all you lovely readers! Today I am writing to some different scenery than usual. For the next week, me and 25,000 other teenagers will grow together, praise together, and serve together in the city of New Orleans.  This is an amazing opportunity to see just how expansive God’s love as we gather here in […]