Where Are You Wearing?

What if you could meet the people who made your clothes–the twentysomething girl in Cambodia who frayed your jeans, the single mother in Bangladesh who stitched your T-shirt, the husband…
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“Advent Conspiracy”

It’s Christmas! I’m in school to be a teacher at the moment and have definitely been enjoying a break over the past few days from teaching and from my own…
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Fake Plastic World

Laowai, simplified, is Chinese for “foreigner.” It can be used in both a generic and slightly derogatory way. For three months, my wife and I are living as foreigners in…
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The Help List

In the age of celebrity activism, social justice and a renewed passion by the Church to get involved in practical outreach initiatives, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with where to…
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Against the odds…

I read this article about education in Africa this week: www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22171299/. Perhaps education always catches my attention because I’ve spent the majority of the years of my life in school…
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Where to begin?!

I usually start an entry in my personal blog with some random and likely insignificant musing about my day or about the weather or about how much i hate that…
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