Textured Hearts & A Loud Universe

By: Gabriela Yareliz Over time, we either become soft or hard, I was reminded as I studied scripture. Sometimes, scripture describes the heart as either hard or soft, or sometimes, it describes it as soil (for the plant lovers). How can we tell where we fall on the texture scale? One might think it’s somethingContinue reading “Textured Hearts & A Loud Universe”

Changing Colors

“Autumn—that season of peculiar and inexhaustible influence on the mind of taste and tenderness—that season which has drawn from every poet worthy of being read some attempt at description, or some lines of feeling.” -Jane Austen By: Gabriela Yareliz Autumn has me changing colors. There is probably no better use of our time like when weContinue reading “Changing Colors”

Speaking of silence

By: Gabriela Yareliz In my criminal procedure class, my professor sometimes asks us what our reaction is to some sort of controversial issue, and the response is sepulchral silence. He shakes his head and tells us how he grew up with a vocal generation that protested Vietnam and civil rights violations. The silence continues. ESPNContinue reading “Speaking of silence”

Our greatest downfall

By: Gabriela Yareliz Based on Pastor Alejandro Bullon’s message at the Spanish Florida Campmeeting 2012. When looking at other people, we will often point out… hmm that person is a thief or a murderer. This is how we scale evil and wrong in society. It is all by actions that we can point out wrongs. Now ifContinue reading “Our greatest downfall”