Choice

“It is the ability to choose which makes us human.” Madeleine L’Engle By: Gabriela Yareliz I was reading Essentialism this morning, and in the book, there was a powerful reminder to remember our power to choose. “The ability to choose cannot be taken away or ever given away– it can only be forgotten.” pg. 36Continue reading “Choice”

This Month’s Picks: September 2014

It’s official–October, baby! Life continues at its slow-fast pace. Life can be looked at in different ways. It can turn into a waiting game. It can turn into a list of things to do. It can turn into a dream. It can turn into a telescope into the future. It can be an adventure. It canContinue reading “This Month’s Picks: September 2014”

Designed to live by choice

From Life’s Greatest Lessons or 20 Things I Want My Kids to Know, by: Hal Urban “We can’t choose what happens in our lives, but we can choose how to respond. We have the ability to survive hardship and overcome handicaps. We have the capacity to rise above negative circumstances because we have free will,Continue reading “Designed to live by choice”

Abedin’s Choice

By: Gabriela Yareliz She’s been on our mind for a while now; ever since her husband announced his candidacy for Mayor of New York. The Huffington Post might as well have a section about Huma Abedin, Anthony Weiner’s wife, with the many articles that have focused on her in recent days. The Huff hasn’t beenContinue reading “Abedin’s Choice”

Lunatic, Liar or Lord; Remembering Good Friday

By: Gabriela Yareliz This is probably my most important post of the week. It is a special week, but really, what makes it special should be remembered every day and every hour. “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: I’m ready to accept JesusContinue reading “Lunatic, Liar or Lord; Remembering Good Friday”

The reality of salvation and being “saved”

By: Gabriela Yareliz Yesterday, I decided I would actually take time to eat my lunch, so I went to the outdoor area by the Welcome Center in front of the fountain to watch as parents and their children took tours where the tour guides would be bubbly and lie about where students love to hangContinue reading “The reality of salvation and being “saved””

Steadfast

By: Gabriela Yareliz I read Samuel Pipim’s resignation letter. I know this is old news. I cried.  For those who don’t know who he is, really all you have to know is that he is a leader. He has spoken on some of the most controversial Bible topics, and he started campus ministries. I criedContinue reading “Steadfast”