Connected to the Creator by Neil Boggan

Connected to the Creator by Neil Boggan

As fatherhood quickly approaches for me, I can’t help but think about how much my son will be watching me and looking to me as he grows.  As I think about the world in which he will grow up, I see how much division exists.  Single-issue politics with quick-fix...
Race and Repentance by Dr. Jim Lewis

Race and Repentance by Dr. Jim Lewis

    It was a hot summer night in a small central Mississippi town.  The Great War was in full swing in Europe, and theater goers were flocking to see Birth of a Nation, the silent movie about the Lost Cause. Outside a tiny jail an angry crowd began to gather.  They...
The Clutter in Our Lives by Catherine Lewis

The Clutter in Our Lives by Catherine Lewis

  Staring at the small, mauve-colored book, I realized de-cluttering and downsizing often involve giving up some dreams. Like all the other math majors at my college, I loved our two main professors, Dr. Deere and Dr. Burnside.  So my sophomore year, when Dr. Deere,...
Speaking My Young Mind by Katie Mullenix

Speaking My Young Mind by Katie Mullenix

My name is Katie. I am 17 years old and a senior at St. George’s Independent School. I will be attending Loyola University Chicago in the fall with a major in Multimedia Journalism. And this is my first blog post. I must admit that I was a bit nervous when I was first...
Valentine’s Day and the Church by Frances Breland

Valentine’s Day and the Church by Frances Breland

When I was a teenager, I hated Valentine’s Day. My very logical parents insisted that it was just a “Hallmark holiday” that could be comfortably ignored. For them, it existed to dupe people into wasting money on things they didn’t really need. Even though...

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