Sarah Blake

Sarah Blake is a Philosophy and Christianity & Culture student at the University of Toronto. Sarah also teaches piano and is a regular volunteer for the pro-life movement. She has recently co-founded the first virtual pro-life club for homeschooling students. Sarah is thrilled to be sharing her young adult voice as she strives to counteract the culture and reclaim it for Christ.



Book Review: The Defining Decade

Two winters ago I walked into an appointment for spiritual direction…and was directed to the self-help section of the book store. I had been told to buy The Defining Decade. I read it in a day and a half; it was transformative. The Defining Decade challenges...

Confessions of a Quasi-Pelagian

Confessions of a Quasi-Pelagian Sometimes I look back to my homeschooling years with serious longing. I only homeschooled for grades 11 and 12, but I don’t think I’ve ever had it more “together” in my life. One of the things that had attracted me to homeschooling in...

The Art Section

In Philip Roth’s novella Goodbye, Columbus, a boy walks into the library where Neil Klugman works and asks him, “Where’s the heart section?” Neil doesn’t understand at first, but he eventually realizes that the boy is asking for the art section. Neil asks the boy...

Discernment is for Life!

The other day, a good family friend (and someone whom I admire very much) asked me if I had thought about my vocation. “Uh….yes I have.” “Good!” she said with a smile. “I was just wondering because not a lot of people ask about it these days.” This short conversation...

You Do Not have to be OK

I had my wisdom teeth extracted not too long ago, and so I was put under general anesthetic for the first time. In the moments before I lost consciousness and after I regained it, the surgeon and his assistants were right there, constantly asking me how I felt and...

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