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French police arrest burqa ban protesters →
Should Christians support a burqa ban? →
While not the basis of my opinion, this article supports my standing on France’s burqa ban.
France vs. Faith
Religion. Laws. They might as well be oil and water, these two never mix well. Currently under fire: burqas. This traditional Islamic dress has been hotly debated in France since early 2004 and has now been officially outlawed. Reasons cited are the protection of Islamic women as well as security in general, but is this really ok? One issue with the ban is the very base of it. France is...
High Water Mark →
CHECK IT OUT - High Water Mark at Chain Reaction on June 5 This band is sick…don’t miss it! $10 tickets and you’d be supporting my bro’s band. I want to see you all there!
What does this college student need to pull an all nighter? Iced tea, little chocolate, music, and LOTS of prayer.
Prayer is God’s artillery - Dr. Brook, my Humanities professor
RT @stevebruskCNN: White House says Libya, nations around world must take steps to protect journalists doing vital work
Free Starbucks on Earth Day...for being green →
mandaflewaway: CLICK TO MAKE SOME MUSIC Way too much fun :)
Started a new blog today, check it out: http://private-college-life.tumblr.com/ Look for daily posts, got my queue loaded up for a few days!
Your life is in God’s hands. Your life hangs by a slender thread of...– John Piper
A lovely day, with just the right mix of sunshine and breezes, making for a wonderful afternoon to study outside.
Thinking about the fact that school is almost over is incredible….yet I’m quite inspired to get work done.
Its not a good thing when barely 11 days into the month and I’ve already used 52% of my 40 free hours on Pandora
My favorite sensation is that which is felt when I first step onto the ice in my figure skates. There is a pause just as I step on. I feel the grip of my blades on the ice and my body seems to be at a heightened sense of awareness. I see the groves in the ice left after blades slice through it. I feel the cold air hold me. I hear the scrape of other blades on the ice. In that pause,...
HELP RAISE AWARENESS - Invisible Children →
A man named Peter
Tonight I met a man named Peter. He is from Uganda. Peter suffered at the hands of the LRA. Now Peter is a pastor and works with Invisible Children. Tonight I met a man named Peter, and he made me want to cry. He asked for help for people in the Congo. Peter is passionate about saving them. Now that the LRA has left Uganda, they are terrorizing other countries. Tonight I met a man named...
Leaving more than a building →
This is by far my favorite magazine, and I respect the fact that they post balanced opinions and talk about what is really going on. Here is an article I can entirely relate to. As of late I have been wanting for something different, something more communal and less of a Sunday morning production. Is it just my attitude? Am the only one? Is it ok to want something a bit different? There...