New Project: Modern Witnesses

Hi all! It has been a stressful couple of days with Hurricane Maria devastating Puerto Rico. It has been a time of anguish, helplessness and political dissatisfaction, to say the least. In the midst of all of that, I have been working on a great little project that has continued to remind me to turnContinue reading “New Project: Modern Witnesses”

Puerto Rico

Those of us who have experienced your magic will never stop singing your praises. Our flag always flies high, with its bright singular star. Glory to those Taino hands that labored. Glory to those black African hands that labored. Glory to those white Spaniard hands that labored. Because out of those hands, a people wasContinue reading “Puerto Rico”

Referendum: Kurdistan

September 25, 2017, referendum. I support a free Kurdistan. Wishing the best for our Kurdish brothers and sisters. May you vote with your hearts, for a brighter tomorrow. “What Being Kurdish Means to Me,” by Sazan Hendrix “So you see, this referendum is more than just a vote for yes or no. My vote willContinue reading “Referendum: Kurdistan”

Autumnal Asks

[Image from Tumblr] Because tomorrow is the first day of fall– let’s celebrate! autumnal asks lantern – how did you meet your best friend? What were your first impressions of each other? I met her in high school. We were total opposites. She was always talking in class, and I was the quiet one inContinue reading “Autumnal Asks”

Remembering Nabeel Qureshi (1983-2017)

“All suffering is worth it to follow Jesus. He is that amazing.” Nabeel Qureshi, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity “Why this Muslim-turned-Christian speaker resonated with so many before his death at 34” By Ravi Zacharias, The Washington Post

Set Free

“Through the Redemption, God undertakes to deal with a man’s past, and He does it in two ways: by forgiving him, and by making the past a wonderful culture for the future.” Oswald Chambers, in Run Today’s Race By: Gabriela Yareliz Today, I read something that moved me deeply. You see, lately, I have beenContinue reading “Set Free”

“Live! Come alive!”

“A good marriage, if we cherish each other as God cherished Jerusalem (see Ezekiel 16), is to proclaim to our spouses, ‘Live!’ We see them in their very weaknesses, and even ocasional ugliness, breathe life into each other and refresh each other. Dormant parts of our spouses’ personalities and giftings can come alive under ourContinue reading ““Live! Come alive!””