In my early adult life, I have struggled with one common question: Where am I from, and who do I belong to? I was born in Iran, and left the country when I was eight years old to avoid religious, or maybe I should say, political persecution. At that time […]

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Editor’s Note: This post first appeared on January 25, 2012

Guest Blog by: Yaphet Tedla

After about a month and half into a semester spent in Jerusalem, my friends and I found ourselves sitting in the cafeteria of our school and reminiscing of things we missed about America. The school was built of […]

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Last Sunday many of us gathered in our living rooms with friends to tune in to an American cultural event: the Oscars.  Some of us like to watch it because it seems to be nostalgic in some way, reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour, starlets dressed in the height of fashion with well-coiffed […]

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I think we can all agree that despite it being only Wednesday, this week has already been extremely pivotal for immigration reform.  On Monday we saw a bipartisan group of senators (or the “Gang of 8” as some would call them) unveil their plan for […]

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When my issue of Christianity Today arrived in my mailbox last week, I was intrigued by the cover story, which highlights “50 Women to Watch.”  The fifty Christian leaders selected are women whom CT’s editors believe are “most shaping the church and culture.”

 

Among the fifty women selected is my friend, […]

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Dear readers,

My name is Daniel Watts, and I am excited to announce that I am the new G92 Coordinator!  I’m really excited to jump right in with all that G92 is doing.

Over the past few months, a lot of exciting things have been happening with G92.  After the great response to the […]

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July Fourth. Glenn Ellyn, Illinois. My friends and I had just finished barbequing. As dusk approached, we hopped into my car to go see the fireworks at Lake Ellyn. After spending more time than we should have trying to find a parking spot, we rushed over to Lake Ellyn as the fireworks began before […]

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Outside of my home country of South Korea, there is no other country except the United States where people can assume that I am “one of them.”  This is because there are Americans that look like me, and also perhaps because of this Chicagoan accent that I’ve picked up over the past 10 years.  My point […]

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The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down key provisions of Arizona’s immigration law last month has roiled the American government on a federal and state level. Many progressive immigration officials at the federal level have considered the judicial ruling a win while Arizona government officials have faulted the current administration for its inability to […]

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Last week, my alma mater, Wheaton College, announced it was joining the Catholic University of America in a lawsuit over a provision of the new health care reform act that, they feel, would force them “to violate their deeply held religious beliefs by providing access to abortion-causing drugs or paying severe fines.”  The […]

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