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Just and Unjust: A recap of the powerful talks of Session 9 at TED2015

Questions of justice and injustice are the most difficult of our world. There’s no app that can fix these things; simple solutions just don’t exist. And yet, we have to try.  1,441 more words


Angry Like Jesus

On Tuesday I was stuck in traffic.  It was a funeral’s fault.  A few hundred yards in front of me was a mortuary employee blocking cars with his STOP sign so that the mourners could follow the hearse with their headlights on toward the graveyard.  1,228 more words

Spiritual Formation

As to hierarchy of proclamation, the Bible says that we are to love in word and deed. Why would I try to create a hierarchy between breathing in and breathing out?

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Christian Thought

Reflecting the Gospel

Every community, organization, and company has a gospel—a vision of how they will be “good news” for the world. Jesus had a Gospel…a “good news” according to Him. 896 more words


About justice in this generation

I didn’t know about Yuri who lived eight years hidden deep in the Andes’ mountains of Perú. I didn’t know about Yuri’s tiny eight-year-old body that was bruised, raped and left shamelessly on the “calle” outside the home of a powerful family in an impoverished village outside the watchful eyes of Google Maps until I began Gary Haugen’s book “The Locust Effect.” 159 more words

Reflection and Appreciation

I have officially reached my three month mark here in the Philippines and as I begin to settle into my new home I have been reflecting on the things, events, and people that have influenced this journey in some sort of way. 799 more words

Peace Corps

What is IJM and why I LOVE them :)

So this past week I had the opportunity to go visit the IJM HQ and meet with its founder, Dr. Gary Haugen (BIG thanks to some of my friends who work there and just so happened he was in town this week :) and man, I’ve been wanting to go over there for months now and never found the right opportunity and it finally happened! 491 more words