Tag: homeless

Gratitude on a cardboard sign

Today’s post is written by one of my current college students, Kaleb Mendoza. I love his expression of gratitude in this essay.  In everything you do and everything you accomplish, you should give grace for the opportunities you get in life. I am a… Continue Reading “Gratitude on a cardboard sign”

Turning points

Dear One, When you died about one month ago, you caught me off guard. You became suddenly ill, and 24 hours later, you were eating pizza, fruit cake, and pudding cups in heaven. I can’t say I didn’t see it coming. There was something… Continue Reading “Turning points”

Between who you are and who you could be

Thank you, Henry Petty, for stepping in as today’s guest writer. You are a lifesaver! One of my favorite songs by Switchfoot is entitled, “Dare You To Move.” My favorite line in the song is: The tension is here Between who you are and… Continue Reading “Between who you are and who you could be”

Brave enough

Special thanks to my friend and former co-worker Jonathan Weigt for serving as today’s guest writer. So at 5:30 tonight, I was hungry and decided to go to Wendy’s on Broadway for a bite before a late meeting. I had been at school all… Continue Reading “Brave enough”

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