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Ariel Gonzalez Bovat

Podcasts
January 14, 2018

Self Care, Women and the Gospel

  Episode 2: Lisa and Ariel discuss the topic of self care after coming across a recirculated article on Facebook, This Is What Self Care Really Means, Because It's Not All Salt Bath's And Chocolate Cake, written by Brianna Wiest,…
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ChurchEthnicity/Culture
January 5, 2018

The Hispanic/Latino challenge and what it means to be reformed

  Seven years ago, when God lead me to the doctrines of reformed theology, I stumbled upon this article written by C.A Sandoval for the Modern Reformation, which is now the White Horse Inn. Sandoval is currently a church plant…
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Podcasts
December 31, 2017

Why Us?

Kaleoscope brings you a new podcast by our editors, Ariel and Lisa. Please check out our intro episode. Here we introduce who we are and why we are venturing into the world of podcasting. We also talk about what our…
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ChurchCurrent EventsEthnicity/Culture
December 21, 2017

Evangelicalism: To divorce or not to divorce?

Hot button issue of the moment: Evangelical. Evangelicalism…specifically “white evangelicalism”. About a year into my newly redeemed life, I asked this of our pastor, “what exactly is an evangelical and am I one?” One of the benefits of getting saved…
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Current EventsTheology
December 18, 2017

Why this Latina cried at the passing of R.C Sproul

The first time I heard R.C. Sproul speak, it was through a YouTube video in 2010. Our family was living in a literal desert in West Texas due to my husband’s new career choice. Our family had just left a…
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Church
October 15, 2017

Operation Christmas Child

I came across a blog post yesterday, written by Judy Wu Dominick, even though she wrote it and posted it a couple of years ago. The reason why it resonated with me and the reason why I am posting it…
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Podcasts
September 9, 2017

Another Bar Podcast must listen: Tim Bayly

Yesterday, as I was cleaning my house, I opened up the latest episode of the Bar Podcast where Tim Bayly was the guest speaker. I had never heard of Mr. Bayly but immediately was impressed with his podcast "presence" and…
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Ethnicity/Culture
August 29, 2017

“Race” – A brief historical summary of the word and it’s use from 1600’s to Darwin

A follow up on the blog post titled Race- A Word to Kill.   The goal of this post is to show how hatred towards people over differences and superiority did not start with American chattel slavery or the Jim…
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