FAIR TRADE MATTERS: Rationale

When, in my "Human Rights in Cultural Forms" class, we learned about where most of the world's cocoa comes from, I knew that I wanted to do a project raising awareness about, and discussing the issue of, fair trade. This English class has been one of the most relevant and engaging classes I have ever…

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Sweet and Citrusy Red Soup

Hey Friends! TONIGHT I have a recipe to share with you that I adapted myself from the Thug Kitchen gurus! I made it for an easy and filling dinner to share with my roomies and sister tonight, while we learned and talked about the issues surrounding fair trade. All the ingredients in this soup are usually…

Trends Change, Jesus Doesn’t: Grade 7/8 Youth Sermon November 23, 2017

Have you guys ever had an embarrassing moment?  I can think of one of mine. I was at work, Starbucks, running the drive thru window. The lady at window was waiting on her venti extra hot 8 pump nonfat no foam chai tea latte. When it was handed to me by a fellow barista to…

My Favourite Breakfast “Ice Cream”

My favourite morning meal, hands down, is a thick, frothy, creamy, fatty, sweet smoothie bowl. With chocolate. And peanut butter. And that's FILLING. Here is my recipe for the perfect texture, perfect flavour, perfectly filling morning "ice cream" bowl. It is OUT OF THIS WORLD. Ingredients 1.5-2 frozen bananas, in chunks 1 scoop chocolate protein…

Sermon Notes from Speaking at Young Adults Night: A Holy Seal

I think everyone knows a Leafs fanatic. My dad is the biggest leafs fan. In fact, his basement is Leafs EVERYTHING. I don't often watch games with him, so I didn't always fully understand the games.   Those of you who are Leafs fans will remember Game 7 against the Bruins in 2013. A game…