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Jaymie Horak
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"The media has a strange perception on this particular disorder, and people aren’t sure what to make of it. Is it cute? Is it pathetic? Do only awkward accountants with no social skills have it? Does it consume their lives? Why don’t they just fix it? Isn’t there some earpiece they can wear – I heard about that on TV once – doesn’t that fix it? I stutter sometime when I’m nervous – do I make them nervous?"
You're standing in line at your favorite coffee shop, but it isn't your usual barista at the register. There are three people in front of you in line; this means that after those three fluent speak...
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I didn’t need God to make the ocean part and free his people under my tongue: I just wanted to say my name without a bunch of bumbling Js all over the place.
I didn’t need God to make the ocean part and free his people under my tongue: I just wanted to say my name without a bunch of bumbling Js all over the place.
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  • Azusa Pacific University
    Accounting, 2010 - 2014
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Normally when you hear “a church for people who don’t like church,” you may think of hipster pastors who try to be relevant but miss the mark. Well, Sojourn has hipster pastors, but they don’t miss that mark. When you dive into how churches have hurt the human race the most, it’s so much about not experiencing inclusiveness or love. There are inner crowds and outer crowds. Sojourn Grace Collective preaches inclusiveness. and love. And then they practice it. Everyone has their own walk and their own past, but I was looking for a safe place. I was looking for a church that was not afraid to stand up for the belittled or the misunderstood. I was looking for a church that I would not be ashamed of, one that I could invite ANY of my friends to and not worry about if the sermon being preached would shame them. I didn’t think I would ever find it. You won’t make your new best friends on day one, probably. I suppose it’s possible, but good relationships and true relationships take time. I don’t mean this in a “no one greets you” way, because people do. But unlike the shallow greeters you may find at some churches, who are instructed to focus on new people and then ignore you after they’ve seen you a few times, Sojourn is in the business of building relationships. If you’re looking for a place to “fit in”, Sojourn may not be for you. If you’re looking for a place to be yourself because you’re tired of trying to fit in, Sojourn may very well be for you. On top of all that, it has incredible pastors and speakers, along with amazing worship, a “homey” living room vibe, and SO many different types of people. There is great talent and freedom. Sojourn Grace Collective feels like a coming home, even if you’re only there one weekend. It feels like the word “finally” tastes on your tongue. When everything inside of you screams “Am I alone in my doubt, in my pain, in my confusion, in my anger at the church, in my hurt?” then Sojourn in a place to wander into, even just to see what church could look like.
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