• Sudanese Women Walking

    A #MeToo Movement in South Sudan

    March 26, 2018

    Recently an article was published in Christianity Today detailing how World Vision was part of bringing 250 South Sudanese child soldiers home “after years of being forced to serve as soldiers and domestic workers during their country’s civil war.” While reading, I noticed they mentioned children coming back who had “experienced sexual or gender-based violence”…

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  • Zambia Book Bags for Giving Tuesday

    November 28, 2017

    For several Giving Tuesdays, I’ve partnered with World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts to bring awareness to different needs around the world. This year we’re looking at the girls in Zambia, who World Vision staffer Deborah Johns visited at their Chipapa Primary School, which is in a remote village 2 hours outside of Lusaka, Zambia. On her…

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  • Second Guessing & Knowing

    September 7, 2017

    Right now it’s 9:30 here and I just finished a short paper for school. I’m in a Psych class that focuses on the disorders of childhood, and it’s my second week. It’s a hard one. Besides my math class that nearly caused me to stick a spoon into my eyes to avoid seeing x +…

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  • #GivingTuesday with World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts

    November 29, 2016

    Each year around the holidays, my favorite day (before Christmas) is Giving Tuesday. I love that after all the craziness of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there are companies who give back. World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts are two that always do this, and last year matched 1 million dollars in product for donations given.…

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