Monthly Archives: April 2016

Hannah’s Haitian Adventures, Part 2: The Take Away

-Hannah Roberts Well, everyone, I went to Haiti. It was a nine day whirlwind of warm hospitality, good food, and sunshine. I learned so much about Haitian culture and history, and I returned home with more questions, deeper questions than … Continue reading

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Keep Plugging Away: A School Reflection

David Gorman, Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School Note: This post was inspired by a novel in the AJC library entitled What Momma Left Me, in which each chapter title is a section of the Lord’s Prayer. At the beginning of … Continue reading

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Flexing your Empathy Muscle

Bernadette Aylward “How are you?” It’s a simple question and a common enough greeting. The socially acceptable answer is somewhere in the range between “fine” and “great!” And that might be the end of that topic-how you are feeling at … Continue reading

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Love is Come Again

-Patrick Keyser I have always loved music. It forms such an important part of my own spirituality. I don’t really have any musical training or experience (except for a rather half-hearted stint at playing the trumpet in middle school), so … Continue reading

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