Applaudience
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Applaudience

‘Colors of the Wind’ and the 2016 Election

Photo credit: Justin Luebke — https://unsplash.com/jluebke

Talking about politics online is something I generally avoid. It’s just so divisive. But the rhetoric being thrown around in the current political landscape, especially by my fellow Christians, gives me pause. Now I think I’ve paused long enough.

I think I’m voting for Pocahontas.

I’ve been on a Disney kick on Spotify lately. As the nostalgia washed over me…

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Aaron Charles

Aaron Charles

Christ-follower. Husband to @SarahLCharles. Simple moments hold great power. Connect with me at my website: www.aarondcharles.com

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