Women’s Month: Katharina von Bora

By: Gabriela Yareliz First day of March! March is Women’s Month, and throughout the month, I like to feature notable women who marked history, show boldness, take up action or causes, or minister to people in a special way. The first woman I want to feature is one my mother told me about, Katharina vonContinue reading “Women’s Month: Katharina von Bora”

While You Wait

By: Gabriela Yareliz Waiting is one of the worst feelings. I remember when I was a kid, when I knew my friend Liz was coming to visit, I would sit by the window and wait. That was always a terrible idea because she and her family always arrived later than planned. I would sit by the window, watching intently;Continue reading “While You Wait”

True peace in God and reformation

By: Gabriela Yareliz So this piece is a bit long; I understand. Time runs short these days, but I encourage you, if you are interested in these topics of peace, philosophy and belief, to read it. I wouldn’t spend time typing this out if I didn’t think this was important. I have divided the themesContinue reading “True peace in God and reformation”