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The Treasures You’ll Find

I remember hearing the name Bugg’s Island and daydreaming about what treasures were awaiting to be discovered. Since as long as I can remember, my family, and our friend’s...

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The Mission of a Life

The power to change the world. At the young age of 17, I never thought I would have that chance. Now, after a mission trip to Black Mesa, Arizona, I believe anything is possible.Twenty-five people...

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Simple Joy

First time out of the country and I was petrified. My parents weren't accompanying me, I had no idea how to fill out the customs form (what is a customs form anyway??), I was bound to forget to take...

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A New Habitat

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Learning to Breathe

For ten days during the summer of ‘13, living with the locals and 6 girls I barely knew in the quaint village of Uvita on the...

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The Heart of Honduras

            Seeing new parts of the world have opened my eyes to the different people that drift through the world virtually unnoticed by the world around them. Visiting...

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Through the Lens of Panama

Everything about Panama was breathtaking; from the green-carpeted hills to the impossibly blue sky....

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It’s Official, I’m Obsessed with Atlanta!

Arriving in Atlanta at midnight I felt exhausted yet filled with a restless energy. While my friends were socializing I took a moment to myself to let it all sink in. Just months ago we were competing...

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Belize Mission Trip to LOL Orphanage

           During the summers of 2013 and 2014 I took a trip to the country of Belize, a country located in central America. Both trips took place as part of a mission...

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The Dominican Fever

The guide’s hand shot up, his fingers slowly curling into a fist.  I grasped the side-rail of our two-seater mud buggy, bracing for Josiah to disengage the gas and hit the squeaky brake pedal. ...

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