Hannah had her period in cycles like infinite loops of the same death sentence: you will never be a mom period. are a barren stump period. always period. never a comma. a period. no exclamation. But blood led Hannah to worship, though wordless her life His period. Apparently periods aren’t periods […]
Author: Quina Aragon
“Yes, I love the Kingdom more than I love my nation. Yes, I love my neighbor more than I love his papers,”
We will give an account to Christ concerning the well-being of immigrants in our land.
Adinah’s Heart Moses is about ready to die. Our mediator, the man of God, will never step foot in the Promised Land. His sin disqualifies him. Yet here I stand at the Plains of Moab, awaiting his final words and the fulfillment of a centuries-old promise made to father Abraham. The Promised Land is before […]
We have sufficient grace and unshakable hope in our struggle against sin, even the sin of pornography.
As the temple was a copy and shadow of the heavenly sanctuary, and we see now in a mirror dimly what will in Heaven be fully known, so my prayer for you, Papa, is that in your newfound ministry the Father’s heart for you will beat all the more clearly, your heart an echo of […]
“When I Consider the Darkness” is my latest spoken word piece, featuring the wonderful K.A. Ellis. I touch on the topics of racism, persecution, and persevering hope in a very personal poem. I share it in hopes of fostering empathy in conversations around racial reconciliation, while offering unshakable hope to those overwhelmed by the darkness. Story Behind […]
This article was originally posted on DesignedMarriage.com. You can find the original and more great content here. “Yet it was the will of the LORD to crush him; he has put him to grief…” -Isaiah 53:10 After working in an ER for three years, I learned from the Pediatric ER nurses to never be “that parent.” […]
This article was originally posted on DesignedMarriage.com. Check out the site for more great content! In the last few months of pregnancy, I realized how much value I had placed in having a “desirable” body type. I truly enjoyed the pre-pregnancy body I had, and I took for granted how easily I could get back […]
“In the twenty-third year of Joash the son of Ahaziah, king of Judah, Jehoahaz the son of Jehu began to reign over Israel in Samaria, and he reigned seventeen years. He did what was evil in the sight of the LORD and followed the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, which he made Israel […]
Quina Aragon examines the conditions of our heart when we ask the question, “Why were the former days better than these?”
In response to the events surrounding Tamir Rice, Quina Aragon pens her fears concerning the darkness — the evil of racism her unborn daughter will face because of her dark skin.
By now we’ve all heard of the threat Ebola poses, but how should Christians respond? Quina Parchment offers some suggestions.
“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.” Psalm 23:4 My Fear: “Till Death” “Quina, will you marry me?” “Yyyeess…but…is there any way for us to ensure that we’ll grow old together until […]