Defending purity in a corrupt world

Before the age of 19, I couldn’t have cared less about what people had to say about sex. That all changed, however, when I left home for college. My 19th year was a tumultuous time for me: it was my first time away from home, I was struggling to appear adult-like while still holding onto… via … Continue reading Defending purity in a corrupt world

Being a conservative in college: taboo?

Anyone who is conservative is aware of the multitude of challenges that we face with expressing our opinions openly. In the end, we are faced with two options: shut up and be silent, or be willing to withstand and fight the hostile backlash. Simply put, it is much easier sometimes to just remain silent. I […] … Continue reading Being a conservative in college: taboo?

Public Schools Closing in Teacher Walk Out

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — Douglas County School District joins the ranks of other large districts cancelling classes due to teachers attending a rally at the state capitol on April 26. Douglas County is the third largest district in the state with 68,000 students. Last week, so many Englewood teachers decided to head to the Capitol… via … Continue reading Public Schools Closing in Teacher Walk Out

Step it up: a call to Christians (repost)

We have finally come to a much needed turning point within the church in midst of chaos that surrounds us on a daily basis with mass shootings becoming a common thing, terroist attacks increasing and hate caving in from all sides. It’s time to ask God to pour out His Spirit upon the churches in […] … Continue reading Step it up: a call to Christians (repost)