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Sunday, 19th November, 2017

Five Truths We Need to Hear When We’re Depressed

The Psalms are full of times where David pleaded with God to relieve him of the darkness which threatened to overtake him. He talks about his heart growing faint (Psalm 61:2) and about proverbial waters…
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The Investigative Quiet Time (Part 1): Hunting for Contrasts

Do you like detective shows? I sure do! Figuring out a mystery, hunting for clues, and accomplishing justice makes for an entertaining way to spend the evening. Hunting for clues isn’t foreign to Bible study…
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Jesus, Our Sweetest Friend

“College is the place where everyone meets their closest, lifelong friends. It’s the time of your life. Enjoy this last bit of youthfulness with your newfound best friends while you still can.”   That’s what…
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The Importance of Seeking a Spiritual Mentor

One of the best pieces of advice that I have received was to find a spiritual mentor, someone to study God’s Word with me, hold me accountable, and be the voice of wisdom when my…
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[Sisterly] Affection: Defining Love

  “Love one another with [sisterly] affection. Outdo one another in showing honor.” -Romans 12:10 (ESV; “sisterly” added by me)   Let’s admit it, today the words “brother” and “sister” are often cause for an…
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When All We Want is to Fit In

We all want to fit in.   This is a natural, human desire that stems from the necessity of living in community. In fact, we were created to live in community. God recognized from the…
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Harness the Power of Music for Your Quiet Time

When I was learning how to play the guitar, I liked to push back my curtains in the mornings, let sunlight flood my room, and play praise songs on my bed. I’d always shut the…
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Book Review: The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielson

View on Amazon     Back Cover:   In a discontent kingdom, civil war is brewing. To unify the divided people, Conner, a nobleman of the court, devises a cunning plan to find an impersonator…
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Changing the Face of Social Media

I don’t post much on social media, but when I do, it’s usually because I have something fun or exciting to share. My friends and I did something fun so I post about it. I…
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Loving Ourselves: Do We Have a Healthy Self-Esteem?

  “The second, like it, is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”     -Mark 12:31a NKJV   We  may  have  heard  this  verse  countless  times.  Message:  Love  others.    But  what  about  the  part  that…
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Just Do It: Accomplishing What You Don’t Want to Do

Nike has probably one of the best slogans. It’s motivational. Commanding. Encouraging. And it is one of those phrases that we tell ourselves anyways, especially in the health and exercise category. It captures the attitude…
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What Does It Mean to Be an Overcomer?

What  comes  to  mind  when  we  think  of  an  “over-comer”?  A  strong  person?  Someone  poised  for  battle  with  a  sword  in  hand?  Someone  who  conquers?  Perhaps  it  reminds  us  of  having  control  over  something.  I…
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The Outgoing Christian

Meeting new people can be hard. It’s hard to go up to someone we’ve never met, especially when it’s not a situation in which we’re invited to do so, and strike up a conversation. Especially…
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Make Psalms One of Your Best Friends

The book of Psalms drew me deeper into a love for God. I knew Him and loved Him when I was a preteen, but I really understood more about His character by getting lost in…
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If You Miss a Quiet Time

I don’t care how many times I hit the snooze button, some mornings I just can’t wake up. Then reality hits me, I see what time it is and rush to get ready, racing out…
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Book Review: Dare by Tricia Mingerink

View on Amazon   The Back Cover:   Courage could cost him everything. Third Blade Leith Torren never questions his orders or his loyalty to King Respen until an arrow wound and a prairie blizzard…
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What Does Kindness Truly Cost?

Recently, a friend mentioned receiving an unexpectedly snarky text. I could tell that it had struck a chord. Most likely, the text had been sent in the spirit of “fun,” but it came across as…
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Loving Ourselves: How To Have a Healthy Self-Esteem – Part 1

https://unsplash.com/photos/SwcnAmIRZYc   Have we been criticizing our weight; our face; our social skills? Have we scolded ourselves mentally for not getting something right? Do we feel like failures? There are so many ways that we…
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