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August 15, 2019

Hair, the Gospel, and My Quiet Time

By Emily Miller Have you ever participated in Plexus, Mary Kay, Herbal Life, or some other multi-level-marketing company? If you haven’t, you’ve probably been invited to a party or Facebook page at some point. The internet is full of friends trying to get you to love what they love… I tried out a shampoo line, […]

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August 8, 2019

Wholehearted Trust

By: Amy Hornbuckle I’ve been contemplating the definition of trust in multiple areas of my life. What does it look like? How do I recognize it? Is it more than a mere belief in something? It is simply expressed as hope? On many occasions, I have defined trust as an outward confidence- a form of […]

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July 31, 2019

Quiet Together

By: Sarah Abreu Jesus said when we become one, when we act in one accord, in one Spirit; the world will see that Jesus is the light of the world. – John 17:23 Today, Christianity is divided, sometimes for very good reasons, but too often by unnecessary disagreements based on preferences and opinions and fanned […]

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July 25, 2019

Guardian of our Hearts

By: Abby Watson “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.”  Ah, the favorite verse of every American youth pastor teaching a series on dating. “Guard your heart,” has become somewhat of a caricature in Christian culture. There are those who live and die by this verse while there are others […]

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July 18, 2019

Wholehearted Worship

By: Christi Grimm The sweet touch of her hand woke me gently.  I rolled over, opening my eyes to a precious three-year-old.  “Mommy, I had an accident in my bed.”  It was 7:30am Monday morning.  The weekend had been a busy one, full of activities and fun and I was looking forward to slowly starting […]

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July 11, 2019

Faithful God; Forgetful Me

By: Kate Van Der Hoeven It’s 7:45 am. I’m deeply focused on my Bible study. I’m impressed with what I’m learning. Had those verses always been there? I jot down a page full of notes, get up, and move on with the day. By noon, I’ve been at work for a few hours. It’s been […]

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June 27, 2019

Bent With Burdens

By: Meg Line It was an unusually hot summer in the South Carolina foothills. My favorite part of the whole year had come and, though I was excited, I was also apprehensive. I had been going to this two-week-long summer camp as long as I could remember. This year was different, I was going to go on […]

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June 20, 2019

Guarded

The Power of Hiding God’s Word in Our Hearts By Heather Cofer I sat on the edge of my bed late one afternoon, the tears flowing fast. I could feel it rising—the hurt, the indignation, the anger. I couldn’t understand how someone could be so insensitive and uncaring, not even realizing they had hurt me […]

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June 18, 2019

Fruits of the Spirit and Me

By Kate van der Hoeven A few months ago I did a prayer study on the fruit of the Spirit from Galatians 5:22-23. As is often the case, I went into the study with far too much pride in my heart. I thought the study would be easy, make me feel better about myself, and […]

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June 13, 2019

False Identities

By Amy Hornbuckle Studying the life of Paul, you’ll hear him over and over earnestly warning the church about false prophets. You’ll see a desperation for their understanding. You’ll see a pouring out of brotherly love. It’s easy to forget that Paul was writing to us too. There’s a careful balance to keep when studying […]

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