Posts By: Eva


A year later, and I am still choking on the vomit of memories that replay all too vividly in my mind. I was chased out of a place that was supposed to provide solace like a filthy, demon possessed pig. The most hurtful words to a fragile spirit were hurled at me with disgust for… Read more »


It has been an inexcusable amount of time since I have last written in this blog, but I’m new to this, so cut me some slack, eh? I really have thought about blogging quite frequently, but with every passing day that I didn’t, I became more and more reluctant to get back to this space… Read more »

Batter My Heart

Batter my heart, three person’d God; for you As yet but knock; breath, shine, and seek to mend; That I may rise, and stand, o’erthrow me, and bend Your force, to break, blow, burn, and make me new. I, like an usurp’d town, to another due, Labour to admit you, but O, to no end…. Read more »

Staple Hair Products

Just a quick video explaining a bit of my hair routine. Thanks to the hubby for editing my rambling!

Is there enough time?

Between tabling to meet new students, student meetings, planning talks (InterVarsity’s slang for sermons), and sometimes sleeping, I discovered a new talent today! Speed eating! I ate a huge bowl of piping hot lentil soup in 5 minutes! 5 minutes! I am also blogging with a time limit of 2 minutes, as I’m meeting a… Read more »

No Shame

I am exhausted. Mentally, physically, and emotionally, I am extremely fatigued, yet spiritually, I feel renewed.  Days like today make me so grateful that I have a job that encourages me to bring transformation to the university campus, and the world. As a part of my work with InterVarsity, I began a project for women… Read more »

Born in the Ghetto, Raised in the Hood

Undoubtedly, this post will make you either uncomfortable, or feel completely understood. I can only think of 3 of my readers who would certainly feel at ease reading this, so, beware. I warned you. I was born and raised in Liberty City, a ghetto in Miami that is known for its high crime and lack… Read more »