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Brenna is a 2021 graduate of the University of Kansas with a BSJ in Strategic Communications. She grew up in Kansas and always had a fondness for friendship. Brenna met CP through her mentor who helped reveal to her what it means to be known, seen and loved. Through the CP human dignity messages, she was convicted that every young person deserved to know that there is more than what the culture is offering them. Though Brenna felt the call to be a missionary during her sophomore year of college, she was able to finally say 'yes' to giving a year of her life to serve God's little children through the CP mission. "I became a missionary to change the culture and so no more young people would have to suffer from a broken world."

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Brenna Dillon
In the Waiting
By Brenna Dillon  •  May 5th, 2022

We wait all the time. We wait in line at the grocery store with mom and dad. We wait in the car driving in traffic. We wait for the host to call us to our table at a restaurant for dinner. We wait for the right time and write words. We even wait in line…

You are Not a Cosmic Accident
By Brenna Dillon  •  April 12th, 2022

Did you ever hear those fairytale stories about how babies come into existence, like the stork that dropped Dumbo off to his mom in swaddling blankets? Well for me, I grew up believing that the FedEx shipping company dropped me off on my birthday. This was something my sister told me all of the time;…

Fashion Reverences the Body
By Brenna Dillon  •  April 5th, 2022

Over the past several decades, fashion has mistakenly become an oversexualized way for the culture to objectify the body. Since the creation of the bikini swimsuit in 1946, clothing designers have cultivated this culture of fashion for women that have defined femininity as something to be worn. Much of today’s trends are sought to expose…

Our Hearts Must Be Broken
By Brenna Dillon  •  February 8th, 2022

Having your heart broken is nothing short of agonizing and disappointing. At that point in the relationship, you’ve shared memories with this person and mended your lives together. You have taught each other things that you could have only learned from one another, but in a single conversation, all of that could be taken away.…