I graduated from Liberty University December 2007. For my friends who are proud LU alum, I admit wholeheartedly that I learned and grew spiritually at LU and made amazing friends. I’d even go as far as to say that I am a better person for my years at LU. But, still, when I get asked … Continue reading Give me Liberty, or Give me Trump
Living overseas for the last several years obviously busted my worldview wide open. Experiencing different cultures and perspectives helped me view things from outside that of just an American middle-class Caucasian gal and I’m better for it. Befriending street children, refugees, survivors of war, and my Muslim neighbors changed me. I expected it to, I’d … Continue reading A Neighborly Newsletter
Aside from day to day getting around Cairo, when we needed a lift to or from the airport, or to do touristy things, there were two brothers we would call. They were reliable and kind, and easy to get on with. The only time one or the other of them were ever late was when … Continue reading Is it time to fix the road to Jericho?