The Body Image of Chryst: Fashion 2:3

Fashion Chapter 2 Verse 3:  The 12 Levels of the Change Room “It is well for us that, amidst all the variableness of life, there is One whom change cannot affect; One whose heart can never alter, and on whose brow mutability can make no furrows.” – Charles Spurgeon  Julia’s eyes rolled back into her […]

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The Body Image of Chryst: Nate 5:1

Nate Chapter 5 Verse 1 It shall come to pass that evil will reside in one’s home. You will feel an evil presence, and you must persist above it, and resist the urge to wedgie him, or call mom. The evil presence is your blood and kin. NATE, they will call him in years to […]

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The Body Image of Chryst: Locker Room 2:1

Locker Room Chapter 2 Verse 1 Paul once wrote that he had “fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” Which was all well and good for him, but he never had to do the Beep test in front of dozens of teenagers. Twas’ the season of the running […]

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The Body Image of Chryst: Day of the Pictures: Year of the Book 11/12/13

Day of the Pictures: Year of the Book 11/12/13  And it shall be that on one day per year, 50 minutes shall be dedicated to shuffling behind one’s classmates in waiting for the blessed opportunity to take pictures against a blue backdrop. No other picture shall be more unflattering, nor more widely distributed. Julia was […]

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The Body Image of Chryst: Locker Room 3:2

Locker Room Chapter 3 Verse 2 The girls of VBALL continued to train, as the Tournament of the County was drawing near. In the locker room they waited endlessly for 40 minutes and many seconds, and the crowd began to grow tense. A shrill cry pierced the silence, and a dense haze fell upon the Femme […]

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The Body Image of Chryst: Genesis 1:1

Genesis Chapter 1 Verse 1 In the beginning, there was peace. A dark wind swept across still waters, creating each of the 20 points of the Weight Watcher’s day. Then there was JULIA CHRYST, a smart yet confused teenager who was left back in 3rd grade, but still, she was good. Then there was NATE […]

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