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Tag Archives: 2013-Oct

The Orphan Within Us

Origins The opening scenes of the Holy Scriptures are that of Adam and Eve in a Garden with direct connection and relationship with the Lord God (Father, Creator). They have no concerns about food, clothing, housing, survival, death or any ...

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Looking Into Orphan Eyes

Welcome to Victoria Tilahun's gallery of paintings of Ethiopian orphans. Victoria creates original pieces of art work, through a variety of mediums. She specializes in portraits of real people, mostly children, who inspire her to tell their story through art. Victoria's ...

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The West Bank

As for the foreigner who does not belong to your people Israel but has come from a distant land because of your name—for they will hear of your great name and your mighty hand and your outstretched arm—when they come ...

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Hide and Seek

“ justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow’s case.” Book of Isaiah 1:17 Orphans are one of the most marginalized people groups in the world yet one of the closest to God’s heart. The idea of ...

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Listening To My Body

I’ve been reflecting on what my childhood taught me about food and my eating habits. I grew up in a home in which we always had a delicious Peruvian or Argentine home-cooked meal. Most of those meals included rice and ...

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Lessons From the Beach

It was the Sunday of Labor Day weekend and my family had gotten up early to see the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean. The beach we were on was only accessible by bike or hike so there were very ...

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