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Pilgrim/Monastic on the Road to God (Psalm 84:1-7), from Good Ol' South...
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- Behavioral Assistant/Youth Worker and Student
- Oriental Orthodox
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Much could be shared on my own stances/background that'd be too much to share here. However, if anyone would like to know more e on what I tend to support and what has shaped me, I decided to include the following resources others could go to/get a general picture of what I stand with. For more, one can go here to "Why Can't The Church Stay Jewish? | The Groom's Family" ( 2011 | The Groom's Family ) -& "The Rosh Pina Project" ( – roshpinaproject.com )/"Hebrew for Christians" ( Hebrew for Christians Articles Page ). One can also investigate "Luis Carlo: Understanding Liberation Theology: UYWI 2008" ( ) and "Missional Monks" ( Missional Monks ).
More could be said but, generally, anything with Monasticism/Missions, Multiculturalism, Jewish or Eastern Christian studies and Social Justice, I'm there. I also enjoy Inter-Church Dialouge
Favorite fields of study are theology, church history/patristics (the study of Early Christian writers ), art/musicology, missions, community development, small group facilitations and mentoring. Love comic books and spoken word as well as dancing...seeing the world, touring and travelling.
Love to relate and conversate ( preferably one on one conversations...I don't really like crowds... and I don't really do well with discussing surface issues for long-periods of time, but I highly enjoy converation which involves sharing what's going on in a person's mind/ heart and having productive discussions which I can look back on and remember and appreciate)...
Love to analyze, hate not feeling energized (which is why I have trouble often sitting down for long-periods of time, unless I have a really good book I want to read or some kind of quote/poem I'm trying to write somewhere), love to meditate long and I like to think...not so short it seems like I blinked...