Bonhoeffer’s Journal

Even while being a minister playing games to escape the attention of the Nazi government while at the same time provoking them, Bonhoeffer kept a journal. This is how we know so much about his thoughts as he traveled, escaped trouble, landed in trouble, was imprisoned, met people and studied Scripture. This was a timeContinue reading “Bonhoeffer’s Journal”

Leadership

“Where books are burned, they will, in the end, burn people, too.” Heinrich Heine By: Gabriela Yareliz I write this in reflection of what we have been witnesses to, in the past two years. I won’t pretend to be some brave crusader, as I recognize in retrospect that in important moments, my dissent was aContinue reading “Leadership”

#EuroPower #BecauseFutbol

Shallow Soccer Commentary Brought to You By: Gabriela Yareliz For those of you who have been reading my World Cup 2014 blurbs, you know Germany made my “favorites” list after seeing its skill and Mats Hummels face. This was difficult to maintain during the France (my team) and Germany face-off, but it was hard toContinue reading “#EuroPower #BecauseFutbol”

Thoughts From Group Matches (So Far)

By: Gabriela Yareliz We’ve all had our thoughts as we watch the matches. All of our thoughts are seeped in biases and hopes. Below is the song Univision plays at every halftime and at the end of the matches. It is the soundtrack to this post. Why not? Casillas (Spain Goalkeeper), we love you. WeContinue reading “Thoughts From Group Matches (So Far)”