Tag Archives: freedom

Dressember Update #2

According to the National Institute of Justice, human trafficking is: “Sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such act has not attained 18 years … Continue reading

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My Goals in Life: Or, an Answer to the Question Everyone Asks a College Grad

In a couple of days, I graduate, and a few days after that, I start my first full-time job.  It’s an office job, a “real,” nine-to-five job.  Everyone keeps asking, “What are your plans for life?  Where do you want … Continue reading

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Identity

Who am I? This question begins to haunt us in about junior high, and continues to plague us for a while after that.  The answers–or lack thereof–determine what path we follow after high school, what we do with our time, … Continue reading

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Hands and Souls: The Healing of the Lord

Let me tell you a story about what’s been happening in my life recently. This story begins a long time ago, when I was a little girl.  Really, though, the most important background information you need to know is that … Continue reading

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Independence

Happy fourth of July!! For this Independence Day, I considered writing a post, “The Truth About the Fourth of July,” in which I illuminated all our misconceptions and expounded on true historical facts of the date.  (Being a scholar of … Continue reading

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