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Lasting Legacies

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The following is a reflection from Agape student Hugh Vondracek on the impact of the relationships forged during our trip to New York City and the United Nations

Even if sky falls, I'll stand tall.

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One Agape student, Michael Krenzer, wrote up a different kind of reflection. Actually, he accumulated all the reflections that he was constantly writing while on the trip as a sort of memoir/diary. It is longer than all the other blog posts, but it is worth the read... especially all the way to the end. You can download the document with all of Michael's formatting and presentation with the link below. You can also follow the link to the high quality pictures he took of our ventures through New York with the bottom most link.

Setting a Course

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The following is a reflection on Agape House's recent trip to New York by Kyungwon Seo, a senior at UIC. She is majoring in Political Science, and she is a Korean citizen/international student.

I Am Not Alone

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The following is a reflection on the Agape House trip to New York and the United Nations by student, Alyson Kung. She is a senior at UIC and studies Industrial Design.

Where do I even begin with this trip?

Pastor Kurt (a.k.a. the Dread Pastor Roberts) invited me to go on a trip to the UN with the Agape House. The trip was to be centered on refugees and immigrants. A $75 trip to New York for 5 days! Not to mention that the Agape House is *the* most open church group I have ever encountered. Now, how could I pass that up?

The Gift of Hope

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The following is a reflection on the Agape House trip to New York and the United Nations by student, Rita Nassar. She is an international, graduate student at UIC studying Political Science

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