Why I’m Not a Survivor

Why I’m Not a Survivor

This article was previously published on “Hi, I’m Bekki.”  Republished with permission.   A couple of weeks ago, I was talking to my counselor about what we’ve euphemistically termed the “crummy days,” the period in which I...
Lent, A Season to Focus on Living Closer to God

Lent, A Season to Focus on Living Closer to God

On Sunday, the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral welcomed the Philadelphia Interfaith Visionary Women’s Council.   The Reverend Sarah E. Hedgis, Associate Priest over Congregational Life, welcomed us warmly and taught us about the Christian season of Lent....
Strong Women Reach Out Across Differences

Strong Women Reach Out Across Differences

Over a million people worldwide marched in protest this weekend. The incredible message of unity, despite differences, is being overshadowed by vulgarity.   News reporters, showcasing the tasteless and the rude, are doing their jobs and seeking to boost ratings....
The Gift of Being Lost

The Gift of Being Lost

This article was previously published by Chona on Mormons.ph.  Chona is on the Philippines team for the More Good Foundation and lives in the Philippines.  She is a human resources professional and a graduate of BYU-Hawaii. She shares her faith and beliefs through...
The Baby Hungry Beginning

The Baby Hungry Beginning

When Alex and I finally got married, we decided we wanted to wait a year before even thinking about having a child. That lasted a few weeks! A New Possibility The idea of having a baby plagued my mind constantly after we got married. I thought about how cute a baby...
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