A Multifaceted Truth – Bill

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As a sixteen-year-old Haitian refugee, my birthmother climbed out of a refugee boat with her boyfriend onto the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The protective shield of the refugee camp became a tiresome burden once the young immigrant … Continued

The Most Vulnerable Among Us – Anna

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As an Episcopal Urban Intern in Los Angeles, I talk often with other corps members about privilege.  We actually have several times where we all meet to discuss difficult topics like race, sexual orientation, and gender, among other things.  These … Continued

Why Did I Move to L.A.?

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(Bear with me, Dear Reader. These are not my most organized thoughts.) I asked myself this question everyday for the my first month here. I honestly didn’t want to leave. Lakeland, while admittedly not my favorite place in the world, … Continued

A Social Experiment… In Growth – Grace

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A sassy African immigrant, a hipster Pentecostal from Florida (yeah they’re a thing), a Texan native whose his hips don’t lie, a strong-willed Virginian who don’t need no man, and a Tennessean whose easy-going nature has been forever altered by … Continued

Breathe – Edgar

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When you stare out and see the line of smog that covers the world as you’re at the summit of the hill. Inhale. It’s what we’re all dealing with. When you need to sort your mind out on the trail. … Continued

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