Monthly Archives: April 2012

Emily: A Senior Year

If you’re looking for a model on how to do a high school career, look no further than Emily. Success is her middle name … or at least it should be. She’ll graduate as one of the top students of her class — she was vieing for the valedictorian prize — and along the way […]

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Ethan: Senior Year

Ethan leans toward the quiet side of the human spectrum, but what he lacks in words at times, he makes up for in action. Ethan’s been anything but a wall flower during high school. With little fanfare, he’s gone about the business of being the best he can be at whatever he put his mind […]

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Impeachments and Grace: A Farewell to Chuck Colson

My earliest political memory came in front of my house in Whittier at the age of nine. Walking in from playing, I noticed a bumper sticker on a car parked out front. Black letters on a white field simply shouted: “Impeach Nixon”. Intrigued, I walked inside and asked my Dad what “impeach” meant, and upon […]

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