As of last week, I am halfway complete with my undergraduate degree in English with a teaching certificate in grades 7-12. This year was transformational for me in many ways. I spent fall semester studying abroad in Rwanda, where I took courses on the 1994 Genocide, African Religions, Economic Development, and Cultural Arts. I taught… Continue reading Where in the world is Kelly?
Cherishing the divine within all Being home in America is a change after my African journey, but my sense of adventure is as active as ever. Last weekend I traveled to Baltimore, MD with the Messiah College Agape Center. We served with Catholic Charities, an organization that provides services to people with disabilities, the elderly,… Continue reading Catholic Charities, Baltimore
This past week I had the pleasure of being a Resident Adviser and Teacher’s Assistant at Messiah College’s Young Writer’s Workshop. The teens arrived on Sunday and went straight to their first writing class. There were three groups based on age and writing level. I was placed in the intermediate group of tenth and eleventh graders.… Continue reading Young Writers Workshop
I attend Messiah College, a non-denominational Christian school. “Non-denominational” means “open or acceptable to people of any Christian denomination.” However, most non-denominational churches adhere to Protestant tenants, as do many of my peers. Due to my Episcopal roots, I struggled to spiritually plant myself at Messiah. The first time I attended Powerhouse, the student-run worship… Continue reading Called to Unity