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August 2018

Limited but Free (ft. Mpho Moepadira)
August 23, 2018 | HJoc Blog

Limited but Free (ft. Mpho Moepadira)

Know that Christ sees us as worthy and that is all that truly matters As promised, this is Part One to the three-part series Limited but Free, where three women will share about their experiences being a minority. They will also share how God has been a pivotal part of shaping their identity in a world that […]

The One who Covets
August 19, 2018 | HJoc Blog

The One who Covets

 You shall not covet your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife or his male servant or his female servant or his ox or his donkey or anything that belongs to your neighbor. Exodus 20:17 Covet is an old-fashioned, dressed-up word for the phrase “it is not yours”. To covet is to yearn or […]

Finding your groove
August 29, 2018 | HJoc Blog

Finding your groove

School has officially started for most students across the map. Books are to be ordered, teachers are handing out assignments left to right, and planners are being covered in ink. Going back to school has many components that causes students to undergo immense stress and anxiety. (I happen to be one of those students, so […]

Limited but free  (3-post series)
August 1, 2018 | HJoc Blog

Limited but free (3-post series)

A bird is only free to fly once it realizes that ‘up, up and away’ is where freedom is found. This is the start to a 3-post series of Christian minority women who are very much limited in society but have found their freedom in Christ. Each individual will discuss three main points: An experience […]

Read a book or something
August 16, 2018 | HJoc Blog

Read a book or something

In order to learn, you must want to know. Usually when curiosity arises, we ask questions. Think for a second…how are most of your questions answered? Even more, what makes the answers creditable? When I think about life, which I do quite often, millions of questions arise in a moment. I usually cannot contain my […]

Birthday celebration, or worship night?
August 7, 2018 | Aspiring Musician

Birthday celebration, or worship night?

“For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly.” Romans 5:6

The Grocery-Guide for Dating
August 7, 2018 | HJoc Blog

The Grocery-Guide for Dating

We have all been to the grocery store at some point or another. Not all of us enjoy grocery shopping and most of us attack the daunting task a little different. Nonetheless, the task of buying groceries haunts us all. In the same way, dating is universally a challenge in the Christian world. From reading […]

A single gift
August 5, 2018 | HJoc Blog

A single gift

Enjoying the gift of singleness is all wrapped up in your perspective. Your outlook will change the game. It’s so easy to go about life like a kid on Christmas morning. He wrote down a list of about ten toys he wanted for Christmas, but on the top of that list in bold letters, circled […]

Color of the soul
August 4, 2018 | Black & Female

Color of the soul

I will never be loved by, I won’t be considered for, I will not even be noticed simply because of the color of my skin. Sometimes I wonder if we believe that we all have souls. From birth to now, my mind has been influenced to think the lighter the complexion, the prettier you are. […]

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