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Thursday, 23rd March, 2017

Valley of Dry Bones

She holds on to the chains that wrap around her wrists and closes her eyes, taking another long and deep breath. A tear rolls down her cheek as the lies the enemy is telling her…
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Acacia Evans – Big City Thoughts: Pursue Spotlight

  Few would expect the flannel-dressed girl typing feverishly on her sticker-pasted laptop to be the founder and editor-in-chief of a popular music website. However, Acacia Evans, an Entertainment Industry Studies Major from Belmont University,…
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Replacing the Lies with Truth (Part 3): You are Loved

[Read the previous post in this series here]   It’s easy to be reminded of our flaws, isn’t it? Call them whatever you want: sin, weaknesses, imperfections, junk, baggage (or a vast array of other…
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Replacing the Lies with Truth (Part 2): You Are Sought

    [Read the previous post in this series here]   Doesn’t it mean the world when someone greets you with your name? When they sit with you at the lunch table, ask if you…
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We Are Enough: How to Be Confident in Who God Made Us

We all know that one person who is so bubbly and outgoing. They’re friends with basically everyone. They seem so confident in their own skin. Perhaps we see them and wish that we had that…
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Strategies to Conquer Stress

One time I went for a checkup, and the doctor recommended I get at least eight hours of sleep per night. I remember thinking how that wasn’t going to happen, and that I wouldn’t get…
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Preparing for Persecution: Is Your Faith Strong Enough?

  Christian Persecution is serious and it happens all over the world. Persecution might not be physical abuse, but it can be words or actions that governments take in effort to “help” their country. Many…
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Replacing the Lies (Part 1): You Are Known

Jesus saw Nathanael coming toward Him, and said to him, “Behold, an Israelite indeed, in whom is no deceit!” Nathanael said to Him, “How do You know me?” John 1:47-48a (NKJV)   {Read the two…
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Film Review: To Save a Life

Sofia Marie of Teens Live for Jesus   Maybe if Jake was a better friend, Roger wouldn’t have killed himself. Jake Taylor’s near-perfect life is shocked by the suicide of his childhood best friend. A…
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Letting Go and Letting God: Learning to Wait Patiently for Answers

I had been telling myself all week that I shouldn’t worry about things. “Don’t worry about where you’re going to live in a few months. Don’t stress right now about what you want to do…
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