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By Chloe Sun

Many years ago, I heard someone say that traveling is one of the best ways to broaden our worldview and to transform ourselves into a growing person. At the time, I was not much of a traveler but his words stuck in my mind nevertheless. Several years later, as I travel across the globe from the Middle East such as Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Turkey to Asian countries such as Taiwan and Hong Kong, from different parts of the United States to Europe including the cities of London and Paris, not to mention Brazil in South America, I have come to appreciate and agree with what that person said. (more…)

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Introduction to this 3-part blog series–>

By Vivian Mabuni

I don’t use the word “retard” or “retarded” anymore when I refer to myself after I mess up.

I have two author friends, Amy Julia Becker, author of A Good and Perfect Gift and Gillian Marchenko, author of Sun Shine Down. (more…)

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By Chloe Sun

Last week, I had the opportunity to teach a class of Taiwanese-Brazilians at a Chinese-Portuguese seminary in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The trip also included visits to speak at two different immigrant churches. The makeup of those churches in Brazil was similar to the immigrant churches in North America (more…)

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By Margaret Yu

I have a love-hate relationship with Mike.  No, not a person, but the lapel microphone I call my friend, Mike.

I love Mike because it helps me to have a voice.  I have a soft voice and do not like to raise it.  Mike allows me to speak in my own style without screaming.  Specifically, I love Mike because it was made to give speakers the freedom to teach with hands free for other instructional purposes. (more…)

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Since the AAWOL sisters started meeting regularly every 2nd Friday of the month, we have seen much growth in our leadership journeys.  We celebrated the submission of our collective writing project to InterVarsity Press on April 11th in my backyard. (more…)

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