Summers are typically for relaxation and preparation for the coming school year. In my family, summer was a time for hard work, faith and traveling as we piled in the family van and set out on our annual missions trips in the U.S.
Photos provided by Diana Stevenson
Dayton Stevenson, 6, helps his mom, Diana Stevenson, paint buildings at a Christian children’s camp in Pennsylvania. It was a typical summer scene for our family as we worked with various missions projects every summer growing up.
America’s perpetual war with terrorists abroad is raging on as foreign extremists plot against the U.S. with malicious intent. We are told to fear an attack from the Third World, but should this be our main concern?
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Students from Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, California, hold a candlelight vigil on Feb. 15, 2018, in the wake of the Parkland High School shooting, which claimed the lives of 14 students and three staff members at the Florida school.
Sometimes it feels more like failure, sometimes it’s an opportunity to learn through the challenges that life ultimately brings. But one thing is certain, we will all go through periods of adversity in our lives. Today’s blog topic for MBU journalism students provides personal commentary into what we do in and through these difficult times. This is Part 2 of a two-part series.
Photo by Savanna Cantrell