What Role Does the Church Play in the Fight Against Racial Injustice?

It’s July 5, the day after the USA Independence Day, and I’m sitting in bed typing this simply because writing is my way of making sense of my thoughts. I find myself dumbfounded by the lack of empathy among white Christians in America. Maybe I am just naive, but as a Christian, I just keep wondering, “How can people be so blind?”

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Conformity, Transformation, and Renewal

Today, in the midst of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, and the uprising of the Black Lives Matter movement, the US is dealing with a lot of uncertainty, not to mention the upcoming presidential election in November.

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Professional Email Etiquette 101

Emails might seem oh-so-2000s, but in the corporate, professional realm, emails are the bread and butter of communication. Although there are apps like Slack and others trying to replace email in the workplace, Microsoft Outlook, and other email clients still remain at the top of the food chain, and probably will for a while. So…

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My Top 5 Notebooks and Planners for Fellow Paper Addicts

Everyone has a vice. Mine is paper. Whether it’s books, notebooks, stationery, etc., I love it and I own an excessive amount of it. One of my most cherished gifts I have ever received was a beautiful set of stationery from American Stationery my mother-in-law bought for me as a Christmas/wedding gift. I used the…

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Building Healthy Habits that Last

The past few months have flown by! I’m EXHAUSTED! Ready for a vacation. How is it already almost May? I can’t believe how quickly the year is going. Life flies by and yet each day seems to go by slowly, especially when I have to work a full-time job. I have so many ideas and…

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