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Living Sacred In a Scandalous World

Nicole Smithee

  I was in the back of a beat-up Honda Accord with stained carpet upholstery and a nagging smell of smoke when I first read the New York Times article that revealed sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein dating back to 1990.  We were stuck in traffic and my Uber driver had just turned up the volume to some sort of generic smooth jazz radio station.  Trying to distract myself from both the traffic and the elevator music, I quickly…

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NAVIGATING THE NEW WEEK 7: Doing Good In the New

  NAVIGATING THE NEW BIBLE READING PLAN AND WEEKLY PROMISES   And tune in to Instagram Live every morning at 8am EST to explore the daily reading more @nicolereyes_nyc !   DAILY BIBLE READING PLAN   MONDAY: John 13 Jesus showed the full extent of His love to the disciples by washing their feet, a task set apart for servants to do for their masters and guests.  In this humbling act, Jesus taught us to likewise humble ourselves and serve…

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7 WOMEN AND THE SECRET OF THEIR GREATNESS: A Book Review and Let’s Be Real, Much-Needed Answers

Nicole Reyes

  On Saturday, Jan 21st Women’s Marches were held in more than 500 US cities and were attended by at least 3.3. million people.  Crowd estimates are still trickling in, but political scientists are already saying that last week, we may have witnessed the largest day of demonstrations in American history.   The marches covered a full spectrum of issues including gender equality, racial injustice, immigration and health care issues, protection of the natural environment, and freedom of religion, to…

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