Dear Sophomore Year, I was told that freshman year changes you. A person I looked up to very much told me that I would look back on my sophomore year and feel terribly disappointed in my lack of personal growth after seeing so much progress the year before. But that person must not have seen … Continue reading A Letter to My Sophomore Year of College
My dearest city, my home, Though I am far away I think of you often. My prayers are especially with you tonight. I can no longer see the beautiful skyline, the rocking waves of the bay, or that great symbol of enduring hope that inspired Francis Scott Key. Yet I think of the good things. … Continue reading A Letter to Baltimore
To the one forgotten, I would like to apologize formally for the sins of the Christians. When you were "forgotten" and wound up uninvited to those parties, it was wrong. When you were "forgotten" and wound up being removed from the drama team at church, it was wrong. When you were "forgotten" and wound up … Continue reading To the one forgotten…..
My Dear Friend, I see you hurting, I see you celebrating, and I see you searching. I wish I could express just how valuable you are, but words cannot quite convey it. Action is required to do so, and it is fortunate that I can easily reference one such instance that completely proves your worth. … Continue reading My Dear Friend