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True Life: I’m an ex-Legalist 

I thought I was perfect, well in comparison to my peers at my church. Involved in many things in the church: Pathfinders, Ushering, Children's Ministries, Youth Choir, Sabbath School, and the list goes on. Since I was the only kid in my Sabbath School class who actually read the Sabbath School lesson, I would sometimes… Continue reading True Life: I’m an ex-Legalist 

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Impromptu Ministry

I don't understand why God allows me to run into various types of people lately. Yesterday, when I was pumping gas in Chicago, an individual approached me for a quarter, I tried to act like I didn't hear him and then he walked up towards me. I ended up giving him a quarter from my… Continue reading Impromptu Ministry

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The hardest goodbye that turned into the greatest motivation and empowerment

  As previously mentioned in my last post, my grandfather passed away after 95 years of life August 20, 2014 and was laid to rest this past Friday, August 29th. It was the hardest thing I had to do in a long time. As mentioned, my "Grampa" was the first in my family to give me… Continue reading The hardest goodbye that turned into the greatest motivation and empowerment

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To Cry or Not to Cry: That is the question

During my matriculation at Oakwood, there has been a major misconception about Theology majors and emotions. The amount of times I was told "You're a Theo major, you shouldn't have to worry/cry/rage/doubt" were countless. It's like I don't have permission to express my feelings and emotions. Apparently, I had lost my privilege since I answered… Continue reading To Cry or Not to Cry: That is the question