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How Coffee Bean Christians Can Change the World

By on November 16, 2017 in Christian Life, Culture with 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered what people think of Christianity when they observe your life? In the mundane, routine moments of the day, would someone glancing at you or me from across the room see a difference in us, maybe in the way we react to a rude person or how we treat a waitress or […]

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Meet Katie Luther, One of the Protestant Reformation’s Leading Ladies

By on October 31, 2017 in Theology, Women's History with 1 Comment

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther, the young renegade monk, nailed his 95 Theses to an imposing, wooden, church door in Wittenberg, effectively launching the Protestant Reformation in Germany. Religious revolution soon spread all over Europe. As Christians celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation this year, one can’t help but notice the proliferation […]

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Women Can Trust God’s Design for the Church

By on October 17, 2017 in Ministry, Theology with 1 Comment

Have you noticed that Christianity sometimes gets a bad rap when it comes to women? The notion that God has a specific and distinct plan for womanhood has offended people inside and outside the church. Truth be told, there was a time in my life where those ideas ruffled my feathers. First Timothy 2:11-15, as […]

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How NOT To Give In To Your Weakness

By on September 12, 2017 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

Can you think of the last time you gave in to something you know you shouldn’t have? What causes you to lose heart, give up on doing good, and give into temptation even when you know it is wrong? Consider Galatians 6:9: “Do not grow weary in doing good, for at the proper time you will reap […]

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What You Need to Know About the Holocaust in North Korea

By on August 17, 2017 in Global Issues with 3 Comments

The Holocaust. Just the mention of that word conjures up images of the horrific crimes perpetrated at the hands of the Nazi regime. As a high school student, I visited the Holocaust museum in Washington, D.C., and I was horrified and outraged. The pictures of the experiments conducted on human beings haunt me to this day. […]

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Why the “Saltwater Gospel” Isn’t Enough

By on August 10, 2017 in Theology with 1 Comment

In 2016, “Saltwater Gospel” was released by country artists The Eli Young Band. This single was the first release off of their fifth studio album. As a native Florida girl who has a deep and abiding love for the sun and saltwater, their song struck a chord with me—resonating with me and grieving me at […]

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When God Writes Your Instagram Handle

By on April 27, 2017 in Christian Life with 6 Comments

I came late to the social media game, kicking and screaming because technology really intimidates me. However, I now begrudgingly acknowledge what a great tool social media can be to help connect with people, encourage them, share about Jesus, and equip and disciple others, so I have jumped on the bandwagon. First Facebook, then Twitter, […]

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Did I Educate Myself Out Of Marriage?

By on April 4, 2017 in Singleness with 5 Comments

Put another way: Do certain degrees make you less likely to be “marriage material”? That type of question is one I get at least once a month. Seriously. In recent weeks, I’ve been asked three different versions of it: Will getting a PhD mean that no guy will ever want to marry me? If I […]

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Looking for Satisfaction in all the Wrong Places

By on March 2, 2017 in Christian Life with 3 Comments

Something is Missing In 1988, the British pop band, Fine Young Cannibals, released the fifth single from their album, The Raw and the Crooked. The song, “I’m not Satisfied,” was a telling testimony of how earthly things will never truly bring satisfaction and contentment. These young, secular artists told the story of a man who finds life wanting—his […]

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