Many people find their faith through life-changing experiences, as the lowest point in their life brings them to ask for God’s grace in a time of need. I, on the other hand, find myself with no dramatic story of my faith, but lean on a constant foundation as I walk through life.
Photo illustration by Dani Jo Stevenson
Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3-10 years for several counts of sexual assault just days before Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh had his hearing for an assault on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford over three decades ago. This is still news and will continue to be news until the issue is looked at with delicate but attentive eyes.
The #METOO shown above is the social media tagline streamlining the organization’s efforts in awareness and recovery for the abused.
Amazon has become a monopolized power house, taking down any and all competition in its path. The character of Jeff Bezos, multi-billionaire CEO of Amazon, has been questioned, but his charity work to support America’s most depleted areas has been astonishing.
In a society expecting us to hide our demons, we ought to find the courage to own our stories and start viewing vulnerability as a sign of strength, not weakness.
Photo by Maggie McDaniel
Missouri Baptist University is hosting “Your Mental Health Matters” Monday, Oct. 22, 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the SRC, in recognition of National Mental Health Awareness Day.