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Nazarene Youth Conference: “A World UNbroken”

Not too long ago my church's youth group traveled to Louisville, Kentucky for the Nazarene Youth Conference event (NYC) that only happens every 4 years. Not only us of course, but actually Nazarene...

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Is That Duck?

I looked down at my plate suspiciously, at a dish that I was 100% sure was NOT chicken, despite the leaders insisting otherwise. In fact, I was quite sure the dish was exactly what it was -- duck. I...

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Trip to be Dreamt of…

I've been on numerous trips in my life; some were extraordinary and others were monotonous to say the least. But no trip has ever been as fascinating as the one I've been through in my own...

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Forgiveness at 15,000 Feet

Like most teenagers, I was angry with my parents. We were flying to Kathmandu, Nepal, and then driving over the Tibetan/Chinese border to get to Mount Kailash, a sacred site of pilgramage for Buddhists,...

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London: My American Dream

People always talk about how the United States really is the American Dream because venturing to America provides opportunity and hope. But I experienced this realization somewhere else; London. My...

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A trip is worth more than a thousand words.

When it comes to religion, everyone believes something. Weather it is that there is no god, there are many gods, or there is only one god. Although I am a Christian, i used to often wonder...

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Undescribable Beauty, Inexplicable Awakening

On March 20, a group of twenty teenagers of Colorado anxiously awaited the arrival of another 20 from Seattle, who would quickly dive into a four day journey to help them discover not only the brutality...

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Welsonne Hawaii Journey

There are no racial or ethnic majorities in Hawaii. There are about 32% Japanese-American, Filipino-American about 16% and Chinese-American about 5%.  In the summer of 2008 me and my soccer...

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Train Platforms: A Summer Travel Memory

My most memorable travel adventure was really only an hour or so away from my house. The first time I left the elevated train to attend my summer internship at an office was chaotic. A multitude of workers...

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Reconnecting With A Friend

My senior year was one crazy stage in my life. I had to apply for college, do scholarships, manage my life and recover from getting hit by a car and tearing 3 ligaments in my ankle. One could say it could...

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