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Forming And Forging For The One...

Forming And Forging For The One...

These past 11 months have been the hardest and yet the most rewarding months of my life since becoming a Christian in 2001. There has been a forming of Jesus in my life over this past year that has taken me places that I could have never imagined, spiritually as well as influentially through a variety of avenues. Since opening the Revive Life House, April 8th 2016, I’ve personally grown more than any other time in my life. I’ve grown in my discipline of prayer and solitude, in a variety of aspects of leadership and managerial skills, as well as...

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I Lost Count At Twenty-One...

I Lost Count At Twenty-One...

For most people the number Twenty-One has a lot of positive meaning attached to it. It is the age that you can finally drink alcohol without it being illegal. You are really set on the course of adulthood by then as well. Many of us older people (by old I mean 30 and up) we often say, “Oh if I were only Twenty-One again!” There is a sense of “Finally” and a new found freedom that happens at Twenty-One that shapes and molds you as you move into the years of #Adulting. But upon reflecting recently, this number has been...

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Issues Versus Movements: Re-Examining Pro-Life

Issues Versus Movements: Re-Examining Pro-Life

Social movements are always an interesting phenomena. Though some movements have definitive and pivotal moments and figures, it's hard to tell exactly when a movement is birthed and when, in fact, one comes to meet its goals. In terms of its birth, a movement always arises out of a variety of factors that are extremely complex and intricate. As a historian and a novice sociologist, I can tell you that the phrase A Brief History of ________ should really precede any historical tome on just about anything! Likewise, I would suggest that once a movement begins, it never fully dies. It may...

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Abortion, Butt Injections, and Body Distortion

Abortion, Butt Injections, and Body Distortion

This weeks post is written by our friends at Secular Pro-Life. I had interviewed Secular Pro-Life on a personal blog over a year ago and wanted the opportunity to promote what they're doing here as we have, for the past few weeks, centered on this issue. For many, pro-life is synonymous with conservative, middle-class white Christians. Unfortunately, this is a stereotype that needs to be put to rest as there are a great deal (including myself) who wouldn't fit into such boxes. This is one of the things that Secular Pro-Life is helping to do: broaden out the pro-life message...

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Radically Re-framing Pro-Life

Radically Re-framing Pro-Life

Crisis Pregnancy can refer to a couple of things. First, it can refer to a pregnancy that is unplanned and which can put the mother and child in a difficult economic or social situation. It’s a crisis of hardship; one in which even if the mother is wanting to keep the child, she doesn’t quite know how to navigate the struggles of an unplanned pregnancy. Second, the “crisis” can refer to the actual psychological decision point. This often is what brings women to such centers, as they feel torn over a variety of possible decisions: abortion, adoption, child-rearing, etc. The...

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