Posts with the tag “unity”

A Filling of Hope
by Devon McCoy on November 4th, 2020
Today is full of heightened emotions. There are feelings of fear, frustration, apathy, resignation, anger, mistrust and more running rampant. We all recognize that there is a threat of darkness, just waiting for us to open the door to it. The enemy is poised to strike, because he knows our fears. But the enemy only has one hope in his attack: that we would listen to the lies he is feeding us which...  Read More
Hispanic Heritage Month Interview | Rebecca Mejia
by Devon McCoy on October 10th, 2020
Rebecca Mejia is a third-year studying Economics and International Affairs with a minor in Spanish. Check out her perspective of the celebration of culture taking place this month as well as burdens facing the Latinx community. What does Latinx Heritage Month mean to you? Latinx Heritage Month for me is a celebration of diversity and different cultures. It’s really cool because Latinx Heritage Mon...  Read More
Racial Unity
by Devon McCoy on September 9th, 2020
Unity in God. The phrase alone holds power. Everyone knows that feeling of being a part of something bigger, knowing that you’re needed, yet such a small part of the whole. The Christian body is like that. God allows us to be a part of showing His Kingdom in Heaven here on Earth- something way bigger than us alone. In fact, unity is a vital part. With all of the light that has been shed on racial ...  Read More
Unity in God
by Devon McCoy on September 3rd, 2020
Politics has always been a topic I hated because of the perception I had of it growing up. For my whole life, talk of politics led to intense anger, persecution, and screaming matches within my family. Therefore, this became the basis of what I knew politics to be and I began to shy away and become fearful of any conversations about them. I never wanted to insert my opinion on the matter because I...  Read More