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The Grace Race

Posted by on Sep 14, 2012 | 0 comments

Grace. To think that our sins could be forgiven if we just put our trust in Jesus is unfathomable. No checklists. No proving that we’re worthy. It’s hard to comprehend in our performance-based world. Thankfully, in our insufficiency, God extends grace to us. Check out this video featuring Raizel Benn and her thoughts on grace. This video was taken at Cal U and places...

New Student Orientation Giveaway

Posted by on Aug 25, 2012 | 0 comments

Raizel and I had a great time meeting freshmen and their parents at New Student Orientation yesterday. This is an exciting time of the year as the school’s bustling with activity again. I enjoy helping new students feel welcome and more comfortable at Cal U. There’s so much to look forward to – it’s going to be a great year! As part of our introduction of New Life, we held a guessing contest. Throughout the day 45 people participated, with guesses ranging from 55 to 500. The actual number of Tootsie Rolls and Dum Dums in the jar was 141. Congratulations to Chris King and Richard Anderson, who both guessed...

Amazing Awaits

Posted by on Jun 28, 2012 | 6 comments

Today’s my 6-year facebookiversary. I imagine I didn’t check facebook on about 100 of those days. That leaves 2093 days in which facebook was part of my life. Some days I spent just a matter of moments or minutes in cyberland, but other days I spent hours. I’ve invested an enormous amount of time in it. More than I’d care to admit. Recently, I had almost 3 days away from technology, and I didn’t miss facebook or even think about it while I was gone. But, when I returned, I went back to my check-it-multiple-times-a-day habit. It’s a habit I want to break, and the only way I see to...

To My 20-Year-Old-Self: Slow Down!

Posted by on Jun 26, 2012 | 0 comments

I’m excited to continue this series today with a post from Chi Mejia. She and I are newly acquainted through this series, and I look forward to getting to know her. Looks like we’re place switchers, considering that I moved to Pennsylvania from Florida.  Chi was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota where she lived until she was twenty. From there, she moved to Pennsylvania to attend graduate school at Penn State University. She now lives in Florida with her husband of eight years and two toddlers. She precariously balances working full time as a business analyst, involvement at church, and being a wife and mom to the best of her...

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