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For I have received from the Lord what I also passed on to you: The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, “This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way, after […]

Cough Drops

This idea was given to me by one of my ProfsĀ during my Christian Spirituality class yesterday. She is amazing–and full of wisdom. I’ll probably say more about her later. “If there is not noise outside of you–or around you–there is noise inside of you.” Your in a classroom taking a test, in church praying with […]

Langage, culture, gospel [2]

2The Qur’an is not red individually or devotionally as Christians may read the Bible, college students scan facebook profiles, sports fans check stats and scores, or bloggers read their daily comments. Rather, the Qur’an is heard in a group during worship. It is not “sung” or “chanted”. It is recited [which, in all fairness, sounds […]

Language of the culture, language of the gospel [1]

I am in a class called “Christianity & Culture.” The name alone is constantly being redefined, edited, critiqued, and broken down. It’s gotten to the point where “culture” has become an untouchable, leprous word. No one can define culture. Everyone has culture. There is no such thing as a universal or abstract culture. Christianity is […]

“Let me out-I’m stuck in your pocket!”

While in Guatemala this summer I worked with 7 other interns. Together our team of 8 trained and then dispersed all over the country to our different sites for the seven weeks. I met a diverse group of people, some older and some younger, but all interesting. Two guys on our team were best friends […]