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God is a Loving God… That’s Why He Doesn’t Accept Sin

Do you know what argument or excuse I hear most often in regards to sin? “God is God of love. He loves us (or loves me or loves them) so much. I just can’t see God, who loves His people so much, sending someone to hell for being happy or a good person.” This false,…

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Fighting for Control

Control. We are all grasping for control: in the big things in our lives and in the little things in our lives. I see children, teenagers, and even some adults acting out because in their topsy-turvy lives their behavior is the only thing they can control. After a year like 2020, you don’t have to…

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Brand New: A Journey.

The day I left my home on the east coast and moved west, my dad packed my car for me. He’s a highly experienced packer. I only had one request: the bicycle goes in first and then fit everything else around it.  Since I was leaving my home, my family, and everything familiar to me, I knew I’d need the comfort and…

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Scripture Writing: The Supremacy of Christ

This month’s free scripture writing and Bible reading plan is all about the Supremacy of Christ. Supremacy is defined as the state or condition of being superior to all others in authority, power, or status. As you read and write through this month’s plan we pray that you will be in awe of Christ and…

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Go Ye: Scripture Writing + Bible Reading Plan

Did you know that if you are a Christian, God has called you to be a missionary? Not all missionaries go overseas and witness to people in the far corners of the earth; although that is necessary and very important. However, some missionaries never leave their home town. Jesus commands His followers to go and…

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Longing for Hope: A Simple Guide to Advent

Advent season is upon us and it is my favorite time of year! Maybe you are asking, “What is advent?” I’m sure you’ve heard the word “advent” quite a bit lately. Perhaps you’ve heard it in your church or floating around on social media. But if you didn’t grow up in church like me, or…

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Jesus, a Treadmill, & Me

I see me. I am running. Going nowhere. My feet pound, pound, pound the whirring belt. With a weak arm, I reach out and click the “increase speed” button. I watch the glowing numbers as they climb. I see the right side of my mouth rise slightly. Visage illuminated only by the red lights on the console. Legs treading at the unmerciful mill of productivity—grinding anxiety into a…

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His Life Brought Light to Everyone

 It happens every year, but this year it seems like a rampant disease. The Christmas to-do lists, pressure, exhaustion, and anxiety. Getting “ready” for Christmas has become less about preparing our hearts and WAY more about preparing for duties, responsibilities and trying to stuff-down all of our raw emotions so we can smile along to…

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