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When you’re a child

you expect that everything you need

will be provided,

which proves to be mostly true.

When you’re young – in love, 94 more words


My Trip to Rikers Island and Speaking to Youth

Op-Ed: Our Words Break Down ‘Stern Disinterest’ of Incarcerated Youth

By: Alton Pitre

This summer I had the chance to visit Rikers Island in New York along with 15 other members of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC). 792 more words

Juvenile Justice

Our Simmental Family to the North

Our Simmental Family to the North
By Courtney Wesner

Many of us have used the line, “The cattle industry is like a big family” or “Cattle people are just good people” or maybe even, “Our farm kids, they know how to work and they will make it in the world”; it is not until we venture away from our norm that we can fully realize the truth and the universal power to those simple lines that we usually give little thought to dropping. 422 more words


John and Sangi Vanlal Visiting!

At BFC we had the opportunity to hear from and pray for John and Sangi Vanlal and their mission work in Nepal. God is doing some amazing things there! 40 more words


College Park’s age demographics trend toward age 20, affecting life for all

By Annika McGinnis, The Diamondback (May 10, 2013)

For Jissella Urquilla, Berwyn Road’s tree-lined row of brick houses and hole-in-the-wall shops is home.

She’s grown up surrounded by college students for 16 years, accustomed to ever-changing fast-food restaurants on Route 1, loud parties and not knowing many of her neighbors. 948 more words


Salvaging life

Ever since I was little I haven’t had a clue about what I actually wanted in life. Granted a child doesn’t necessarily think too broadly on the subject, but dreams are well within their grasp. 528 more words