Category: Rachel Skirvin

The History of Outcasts

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on June 11th

  Recently I had the opportunity to visit a Holocaust museum and documentation center. It was moving to say the least. They had an original railcar on display that transported Jewish people of all ages to concentration camps. I stood in front of a giant, slightly renovated piece of history that drove innocent people straight to their… View Article

He Chose Not To

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on April 5th

Around this time last year, right before the pandemic wrecked travel plans, I took a trip to New Jersey to visit the gravesite where my mother was laid to rest when I was just a child. It was springtime there and the weather was absolutely beautiful. I got there early and spent the whole day… View Article

Goodness and Light

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on December 19th

I think it could go without saying that 2020 has been quite a year. I’m not sure if it’s just me, but it seems like people have a lot more Christmas spirit than usual. This is great news since we can probably all agree that we need that joy now more than ever. Today, I… View Article

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