To Wear, or Not to Wear a Face Mask? — Truth For Life Blog

Some of us wear face masks. Some of us don’t. Alistair shares helpful advice for navigating differences of opinion. Listen to the series Love in the Local Church Watch a short video on the Story of the Gospel   Watch more videos of encouragement from Alistair Begg via To Wear, or Not to Wear a … Continue reading To Wear, or Not to Wear a Face Mask? — Truth For Life Blog

FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction

“So give us your Black elves, your Black space captains, your Black heretics standing against prophecies and insurmountable odds. Send us your Black wizards and Black gods, your Black sergeants fighting on alien planets. Give us all of your horror, SFF, and relevant subgenres. Because the future of genre is now.” FIYAH: Magazine of Black … Continue reading FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction

Before you complain of people being toxic friends, why don’t you check yourself if you are a toxic friend to another person. 💐

This week, I have been studying the concept of toxicity. And some days, questions pop up in my head. I figured out that most of us are concerned with the log of wood in people’s eyes, we ignore the ones in our eyes. We point accusing fingers at people when we should be pointing it … Continue reading Before you complain of people being toxic friends, why don’t you check yourself if you are a toxic friend to another person. 💐

Before you complain of people being toxic friends, why don’t you check yourself if you are a toxic friend to another person. 💐

This week, I have been studying the concept of toxicity. And some days, questions pop up in my head. I figured out that most of us are concerned with the log of wood in people’s eyes, we ignore the ones in our eyes. We point accusing fingers at people when we should be pointing it … Continue reading Before you complain of people being toxic friends, why don’t you check yourself if you are a toxic friend to another person. 💐

‘I Mostly Feel Like My Voice Matters’: A Portland Journalist on Protests, Police Violence, and Enduring Trauma

A reporter covering the protests in Portland reflects on fear and trauma, police violence, and her voice as a journalist. ‘I Mostly Feel Like My Voice Matters’: A Portland Journalist on Protests, Police Violence, and Enduring Trauma

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