August 2022 Favorites

Greetings! Another month has gone, “poof!” and it floats away into the sky. This month, it felt like I read 20 books at the same time. Bad news about the economy and tons of primary info seemed to be front and center, throughout August (midterm elections approach, slow and steady). It was a month ofContinue reading “August 2022 Favorites”

June 2022 Favorites

By: Gabriela Yareliz A new month begins. June was filled with really magical and fun moments. There were victories, excitement, and stress. It was sort of a harvest month. There are months when we cultivate and months when we reap the result of serious efforts and grace. I read some incredible books on entertaining, startedContinue reading “June 2022 Favorites”

Immigration: France to Offer Asylum

¬† Way to go France! The great republic is opening its doors to Iraqi Christians who are being persecuted. This is a proud moment for the nation. It echoes what Sweden did with Syrian refugees. To read the article:¬†English | French “Ask the travelled inhabitant of any nation, in what country on earth would youContinue reading “Immigration: France to Offer Asylum”