Ana Yee

Patience: When Life Seems Stagnate

Everyone has vices, and if I could name one that’s plagued me during college (of the many), it would be discontentment. Throughout various seasons it has waxed and waned, but when I look back on the last two-and-a-half years, I know it’s always been a struggle. I’ve long thought that parts of my life could …

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To Repent is to Re-Aim

In high school, Molly and I had a physics teacher who likened God’s love to a vector. A vector is defined by Merriam Webster as “a quantity that has magnitude and direction,” both qualities that can be applied to God’s love to help us understand it better.  In that physics class, we represented vectoral forces …

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Jesus is Better: an Invitation to Intimacy with Christ

The semester is drawing to a close, simultaneously too fast and not fast enough. I’ve thought at length about what God has taught me over the past months, and as always there’s too much to fit into one blog post. College is, for me, a sacred place. Not because it’s been perfect. Quite the opposite, …

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Grace is Not Fair (and That’s a Good Thing)

Grace is unfair. Do you agree? In the parable of the laborers in the vineyard, Jesus paints a picture of grace that runs counter to human intuitions. The story begins by relating the Kingdom of Heaven to a landowner who agreed to pay workers a denarius when he hired them early in the morning. As …

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