It’s about learning to grow with dignity and it’s learning how to decorate your soul…not your face. We’re all the same really.

J.S. Park: Hospital Chaplain, Skeptical Christian



Ever prayed more for someone just because they’re hot?

Come on, I’ve done that too. Let’s not act like we’re above judging looks here. We give more cred to someone based on their defined jawline and thinner waist than their less tangible patience and hospitality and compassion.

A very fleshy part of our human nature presumes that good-looking people are also just good, or that less good-looking people don’t really count somehow.

In church it’s easy to ask for prayer requests from the well-off, well-dressed, clean-cut, easily approachable mid-twenties demographic. Not the weird cat lady off the street, not the dude with the one rotten tooth who talks up a storm, not the pale socially awkward kid who says dorky things.

Most Christian books have the same problem: they’re geared to that same easygoing group of believers who attend the same megachurch in a crimeless suburban gated neighborhood with the…

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About Rebecca Anderson

"My most important problem was destroying the lines of demarcation that separate what seems real from what seems fantastic" -Gabriel Garcia Marquez * My name is Becca and I love to write, which is why I created this blog. I love my family and I have a twin brother named Eric and the cutest Golden retriever puppy in the world! I was born and raised in New York and I'm not afraid to explore, whether it be the globe or a book. I hope one day to be a journalist because that is my passion in life! Don't hesitate to comment!
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  1. Scotty says:

    I bet you have a pretty cool dad too!

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