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Monday, 23rd October, 2017

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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Leading By Example

When I see someone (whom I’m close to and very open with) doing something wrong, I’m quick—too quick—to tell them exactly what they’re doing wrong. I don’t always say it in the kindest way possible,…
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Book Review: The Revised Life of Ellie Sweet by Stephanie Morrill

View on Amazon   Back Cover: Ellie Sweet is a lot of things—good girl, novelist, silent adorer of the new boy at school, Palmer. But when “outcast” gets added to the list, she decides it’s…
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If I Forgive, Am I Excusing the Wrong?

I’ve often heard the word “forgive” thrown around among Christians, but rarely an explanation of what it means is ever provided. It’s clear that Jesus wants us to forgive, and that’s what many Christians have…
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Is It OK To Be a Work in Progress?

I’m in a rut. I seem to be making nothing but mistakes. I’ve fallen down the same hole, it seems, far too much. Whatever sin it is I’m struggling with—gossip, a hot temper, unforgiveness—it seems…
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What Does it Mean to Follow Christ?

  What does it mean to be a follower of Christ?   Now, in asking this question, I mean, at its core, what is the essence of the Christian faith? What does it look like?…
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Book Review: The Siren by Kiera Cass

  View on Amazon     Back Cover: Kahlen is a Siren, bound to serve the Ocean by luring humans to watery graves with her voice, which is deadly to any human who hears it.…
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Draped in Colors: How to Remind Yourself That You’re Loved

There are few things more beautiful than the vast array of sun beams that streak across the sky as the sun begins a new day. Or the blinding brilliance of a peacock’s feathers when it…
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Condemnation vs. Conviction: How to Tell the Difference

It amazes me how I can go from praising the Lord while singing along with Christian music in my car to yelling at the person who cut me off—almost simultaneously. But sometimes I react and…
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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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