The Truth about #MeToo, Rape Culture, and Porn

You may or may not have heard, but women lately are tired of being sexually harassed. Ok, this is a bad time for sarcasm, let me start over. Obviously, women don't want to be sexually harassed. But, luckily, the world has finally gotten to a place where rape culture is something we can talk about, … Continue reading The Truth about #MeToo, Rape Culture, and Porn

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Ask a Mormon Monday – Jun 20

A few days ago I was looking around the source of all the world's knowledge, Google, and found something interesting: Now, for those of my readers who don't know, I am a Mormon, aka a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. My whole life I've had people asking questions about … Continue reading Ask a Mormon Monday – Jun 20

Goodbye to Jerusalem

Tonight I'm getting on a plane that will take me home. Back to family, back to school, back to work, back to "real life". I won't lie and say it feels like I just got here. I'v been here a while, and it feels like it. But that's because of how much I've done, how … Continue reading Goodbye to Jerusalem

Jerusalem – Week 6 & 7

Wow where to start? So much has happened since my last post! Since returning from Jordan, we have been kept very busy with both school work and great sights (hence the lack of a post last week). We have walked through Hezekiah's tunnel (an amazing feat of engineering from 700 BC that took water from the Gihon … Continue reading Jerusalem – Week 6 & 7

“…beyond Jordan” Jerusalem Week 5

From Monday through Thursday of last week our "JeruCrew" got to take an amazing field trip into Jordan! The trip was filled with so many amazing sights and new things I learned that I really needed to do one single post about Jordan. We left the Jerusalem Center on Monday morning at 7, and reached … Continue reading “…beyond Jordan” Jerusalem Week 5

Jerusalem – Weeks 3-4

I really thought that I would have more time to update my blog here! I expected that without the time-sucking vampire of Netflix, and without being allowed to leave the Jerusalem Center after dark, I would have free time galore. Turns out just the opposite is true, because half the fun of living in Jerusalem … Continue reading Jerusalem – Weeks 3-4