Sunday, June 20, 2021

The Reality of Spiritual Warfare

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Awaking from a dream because of a sudden pain in my leg to find a black entity ominously standing beside my bed grabbing said leg is unsettling, to say the least. I might have...

The Latest Buzz Around Christians and Alcohol

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Recently my church started serving wine during communion. Apparently it was a decision at least a couple years in the making, and it sparked a smidge of controversy within the congregation. My pastor explained...

How God Is Good When Life Is Bad

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a rough few weeks. Between people losing their lives, people giving up their faith, and general evil, sickness, drama and injustice in the world, my heart...

Where Will the Devil Attack You Next?

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Usually the month of May is a pretty fun time of year. Days are longer, the weather is nice, and Justin Timberlake memes take over social media. Those never get old. This year, though, May didn’t...

You’re Not Alone Because We’re All Hurting Inside

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Is there a hidden part of your life that no one — not even your best friend or trusted family member — knows about? Maybe you’re suffering with depression. You’re tired of where you’re headed (or...

From Burned Out to Suicidal: Where Is Our Hope?

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I recently stumbled upon a headline that didn’t surprise me, but certainly was unwelcome news: CDC Survey Results Suggest That 1 in 4 Young Adults Have Contemplated Suicide During Pandemic. Even if you haven’t...

Is Your Punctuation Sending the Wrong Message? 

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I’m a bit of a punctuation nerd. I enjoy wielding my understanding of the English language (gained through copyediting classes and years of practice) in all of my writing, including text messaging. So I...

How to Leave Your Comfort Zone and Do Hard Things

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Growing up, I hated sleepovers. I preferred the familiarity of my own bed, and I really liked being asleep by 9:00 p.m. Talking to people also scared me to death, so rather than participate...

10 Simple Ways to Show Care to Others

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As summer draws to a close, so has my internship. In fact, I’m already back in Illinois and back on campus at Wheaton College. While I still have plenty of processing to do, one...