My Packing List! (NYC)

Most of you know that I plan on doing mission work overseas and with that comes. . . packing. The rest of my life will involve packing and moving, constantly. This past week, I went on my senior trip to NYC. It was amazing! Before I could leave and have an amazing trip, I had to take the time to pack make sure I had everything I needed. I am well on my way to becoming a good packer!

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Going to a Secular College vs. a Christian College

I was discussing with a friend the other day about the importance and significance of, as Christians, going to a secular college, before going to a Christian one. If all we did was go to a Christian school or were homeschooled and then continued in our education by going to a Christian college, then we would be so sheltered, that by the time we got to the real world, we would still be immature and unready.

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I glanced down at my shoes, while shifting from foot to foot. Why had I said that. I could have kept my mouth closed and no one would have known. Why does God call us to be vocal and obvious about our beliefs? I know that sometimes it gives me joy, but other times I just feel humiliated, like I do today. I know I’m not wrong, but professors tend to use circular reasoning to go around in loops and tie your argument into a knot. A simple statement of clarification turns into a bout of beliefs.

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