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"Hold On: Here is your God!" Sermon for Advent 2, Dec. 10, 2017 Year B

This sermon was preached at Bethany Lutheran Church in Cherry Hills Village. To view the sermon go to http://www.bethanylive.org and go to the correct date. 1,599 more words


On Diversity in Children's Books

This post is the first in a series of features on diversity in children’s books. This particular one doesn’t contain any book suggestions, but please keep on reading. 716 more words


#4 HOPE247


The fourth resource is hope247.ca an organization built on providing support for survivors of sexual assault, and providing preventative measures to eradicate sexual violence and other forms of abuse. 539 more words

"Shero": First Hijab-Wearing Barbie

In our world today, the hijab is a controversial topic. Many Americans argue that it is oppressive and unpatriotic, while others see it as a reflection of tradition, heritage, and religion. 438 more words

It's Not You, It's Me: Supporting Workplace Inclusion

Former Surgeon General Vice Admiral Vivek H. Murthy recently wrote an article for Harvard Business Review titled, “Work and the Loneliness Epidemic.” In it, he explains that loneliness — the “subjective feeling of having inadequate social connections” — can impact an employee’s well-being and their work performance.

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‘Metaphase’ is a Gorgeous Comic Book, With a Lot of Heart

We’ve written before about some super parents who wanted their children with disabilities to be able to relate to the characters they saw in comics, TV, movies, etc. 826 more words

Comics And Comic News

Where ARE the Mexicans at?


Ramon Ramirez writes of the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer,

“the trailer featured no shortage of swashbuckling adventurers: the talking raccoon, the green woman, three white guys named Chris, a blonde Scarlett Johansson, and even the Sony-mandated white and straight Spider-Man.

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