“If your attitude is not right, then it doesn’t matter what you do” is a statement I’ve been told for years. It doesn’t matter what ‘good’ things we do on the outside–one can donate millions to orphans or dedicate one’s life to community service–for if in our hearts we do […]
Tag: Hannah Wong
If someone walked up to you and questioned you, “Why?” again and again, where would you end up? How do you know that what you have believed all your life is really true? What is your justification? Paul wrote 2 Timothy to Timothy during the last years of his life […]
A sixteen-year-old junior, Elva Lu is a third year TPSer and will take AP US Government and Politics at TPS this year. She lives in Southern California–her ideal place to live–with two brothers and a sister. This upcoming year will be her second year writing with clay and her second year […]
Another school year has just passed. What have you learned this year? How are you different saying goodbye to your class on GP7 from when you logged on to your first class of the school year on GP6? How have you grown in your character and in your relationships—particularly with […]
“These are the generations of Jacob…”
It was a cool morning. Joseph shuddered in the shadows of the pit. The rim of the pit cut off the sunlight just beyond his reach. He slammed his fist into the stone and dropped down onto the cold, dusty bottom, stifling a cry of pain.