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The Crossings

The Intersection of Faith and Art.

Month

May 2020

Right or Easy

By Alayna Wort In Nadine Gordimer’s book, “A Burger’s Daughter” the reader follows the story of a girl growing up in apartheid South Africa, discovering who she is apart from her family. This journey of discovery is necessary because she... Continue Reading →

But What About Forgiveness?

By Alayna Wort In 1995, Archbishop Desmond Tutu was appointed commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) by the then recently elected President Nelson Mandela. The point of this commission was to begin the process of healing for all... Continue Reading →

An Unlikely Gift

By Brianne Larson Seven weeks ago I was waking up at 6 am, pulling my tired, yet excited body out of bed and pouring a massive cup of coffee into a to-go mug that would be chugged during my 15-minute... Continue Reading →

On Being “Sick”

By Mads Gonzales Sickness can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Some might see it as a cough or vomit in a bowl, or some would venture to describe it as broken bones or... Continue Reading →

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