Why 2020 Has Been the Best and Worst Year of My Life

On January 2nd, 2020, I published the most ironic blog post of my life. Titled "Why 2020 Will Be the Best Year of My Life", the post outlined my plans for the year and detailed how I thought the year would go. Boy, was I wrong. In fact, I was so far off, it's rather …

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The Coronavirus vs. Malaria: Answering Questions and Comparing Death Tolls

Every twelve hours, I get an email telling me what's trending on Google. And, for the last six days straight, I have not gone a day without getting an email about coronavirus search results. From "coronavirus cure?" to "coronavirus tips", Google has been buzzing with that one, fateful word: coronavirus. What is the coronavirus? According …

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Hope: The Defining Line Between Salvation and Disbelief

Hope. The defining factor between Christianity and Secularism. As I wrote about in my previous post, defining hope within Christ, we understand hope as being grounded on the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ and truth of the Gospel, complete contentment within Christ and His plan, having released our sorrows and stress to Him, …

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How To Be Strong In a Country Ruled By Fear

Today, one word dominates the news- Coronavirus. As I write this, my little brother and best friend Noah is on a plane back to the USA for a family wedding. Already, he has told me that over 70% of all passengers, workers, pilots, stewardesses, and all other people found in an airport are wearing masks …

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A Recap of Kobe Bryant’s Memorial

Kobe Bryant has been dead for almost exactly a month. With his death came some of the greatest gatherings of celebrities the world has ever seen, the largest of which took place three days ago at the Staples Center, where fans, celebrities, basketball players, rappers, and even a former president gathered to honor the legend …

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A Recap on the 2019 NFL Season-Collaborated With Levine Lowdown

Well, the 2019-2020 NFL season is over. And if you, like me, are a fan of the National Football League, you probably had some expectations when the season began. You thought the Patriots were unbeatable, the Bears would make the Super Bowl, and the Browns would destroy everyone in their division. Little did we know, …

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The Truth About Kobe Bryant

The discussion of Kobe Bryant's death has now reached epic proportions. Every single news channel, website, blog, or business is now discussing it or giving opinions. In discussions ranging from his daughter to the FBI's investigations, Kobe is at the center of every dinner conversation. Ironically, even as the third-greatest basketball player of all time, …

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Kobe Bryant: The Life and Legacy of the Black Mamba

Kobe Bryant, one of the greatest men to ever touch a basketball, died yesterday when his helicopter crashed at around 9:40 A.M (Pacific Standard Time). With him in the helicopter were nine people, including his daughter, Gianna, and Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli. Only hours before his death, Lebron James, small forward for the …

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300 Followers Celebration!

Well guys, we've hit the next minor milestone. Two days ago, Africa Boy reached 300 followers, 30% of the way to our next major milestone. I can't even tell you guys how excited I am. Africa Boy was created in early March. I reached 100 followers in mid-July, showing that it took over four months …

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Why 2020 Will Be the Best Year of My Life

Change. It's what defines us, is it not? At some points in our daily lives, we resist change in its various forms. Changes in relationship, physical location, and mood are all common things that we, as humans, deal with on a daily basis. However, some forms of change can be beneficial to us, some more …

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4 Things to Look For in 2020

In Uganda, the year 2020 has started off with a bang. Literally. For the first time ever, fireworks were seen all across the country to bring in the New Year. If I had somehow been awake at 11:59 PM on December 31st, 2019, I would have heard the familiar bang of fireworks. Unfortunately, I had …

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What Donald Trump’s Impeachment Means for America

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA - DECEMBER 07: President Donald Trump speaks at the Israeli American Council National Summit on December 07, 2019 in Hollywood, Florida. (Photo by Noam Galai/WireImage) Just yesterday, Donald Trump became only the third president in United States history to be impeached. Joining Andrew Johnson (1868) and Bill Clinton (1998-1999), Trump is now part …

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The Reality of Poverty

I didn't know what AIDS was until I was thirteen. During that time, Uganda had been having an epidemic in the north, and so awareness was at an all-time high. It was on the walls of our announcement boards, the emails of our newsletters, and the tongues of our school kids. Eventually, I learned what …

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The Politics of YouTube

I spend three hours a week on YouTube. While not even close to the amount of time others may spend on the mega site, three hours is still a lot. In fact, three hours is enough to do a very long, very nice blog post or advertise this blog. These are three hours that are …

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What Wikipedia Won’t Tell You About Joshua Harris

A few months ago, an event rocked the Christian world. Joshua Harris, the famous author, speaker, and pastor, disavowed Christianity. He announced that he would be separating permanently from his wife, Shannon, whom he wrote about in Boy Meets Girl. Then, not a month later, he announced his disavowal of Christianity and all things Christ. A …

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