Monthly Archives: December 2011

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DestinoYearbook In Review 2011

Thank you so much for reading and commenting on DestinoYearbook.com this year. We've enjoyed interacting with you as we've shared some of the things we've been learning in ministry among Latino and Hispanic college students. We've seen God do so ...

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An Undocumented Christmas

This advent season my meditations have continually taken me to the question, "What would it look like for Jesus to be born in America today?" If God were to come unnoticed to a poor couple now, what would their story ...

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The Festive Prophetic – A “Both/And” Spirituality

I've been thinking lately about the phrase "festive prophesy" that I ran across in some writings by Fr. Virgilio Elizondo several months ago. He talked about how the Mexican-American identity embraced not just sorrow but also joy, and held the ...

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Who Gets To Tell The Story?

I've been thinking and hearing a lot about story.  Our organization's conference this summer highlighted story, I hear talks on how important it is, and I read blog posts about how to use storytelling to develop organizational identity. Just yesterday ...

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Las Posadas – A Latino Christmas Tradition

One of the best parts about working with Destino during the Christmas season is the opportunity to celebrate "Las Posadas". I am not Hispanic and didn't grow up with the tradition, but since joining Destino it has become a meaningful ...