Education advocacy, soul care, and social justice are things I deeply care about.
Teaching is the space where my love for children and patiently unpacking truth comes alive. It fuels me with joy to teach and serve in communities similar to those of my youth. I earnestly believe ALL students can learn. Helping students unlock this truth for themselves is one simple form of resistance and advocacy.
Self Care = Soul Care
Care of my soul is prioritized so that I might rightfully care for the souls of others. We are our brothers keeper. When one rises, we all rise. Spiritual discipline, mindfulness, and exercise are practices which keep me grounded.
Systemic injustice exists in every sphere of society. Gaps are widening across socioeconomic lines. I believe WE are the ones we’re waiting for. Let’s get to work.
I am a proud southerner turned foodie who loves people more than I love good food and a good read. I candidly share my predilections [bias, leaning, weakness & predisposition] on this blog.
This is real… I can relate on the “who woulda thunk I’d be here” front regarding some of my relationships…
Thanks for reading Chan and for your thoughtful response.
Great share. So glad you were vulnerable like this and shared your experience. In a COVID world, it’s something many…
God is so gracious to break us of idols. He alone is the anchor of our souls.