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Please Hurry Up and Interrupt Me

My speed unintentionally suggests to those around me, “Let’s get this over with because I have things to do.” And I wish I could say that walking fast is the only way I’ve communicated to others that they are not as important as my schedule...
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Coming to Grips That My Mental Health Wasn’t Okay

Growing up in a Christian household, mental health wasn’t something that was talked about at all. Sure, we would go to the doctor if we were physically sick, but when it came to the mental side of things, well, why would one need to see a psychologist if we had God with us? 
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Please Hurry Up and Interrupt Me

My speed unintentionally suggests to those around me, “Let’s get this over with because I have things to do.” And I wish I could say that walking fast is the only way I’ve communicated to others that they are not as important as my schedule...
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3 Prayers for Your Unbelieving Friend

We all can bring at least one person to mind—someone in our lives that wants nothing to do with this Jesus guy. They’ve heard of Him, but absolutely aren’t interested in welcoming Him into their life.
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Indicted or Invited?

There are two ways most people tend to read the Bible. One is to read it mostly as an indictment of the human race. The other is to read Scripture as an invitation.
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Indicted or Invited?

There are two ways most people tend to read the Bible. One is to read it mostly as an indictment of the human race. The other is to read Scripture as an invitation.
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ODB: What’s Wrong with the World?

There is an oft-heard story that The London Times posed a question to readers at the turn of the twentieth century. What’s wrong with the world?That’s quite the question, isn’t it? Someone might quickly respond, “Well, how much time do you have for me to tell you?” And that would be fair, as there seems to be so much that’s wrong with our

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3 Ways to Respond Rightly to Viral News

Living in a digital age means we all have been given access to information like never before, and will find ourselves surrounded by a culture that demands a response from us on issues that affect us—directly or indirectly. This got me thinking of the following: How should we engage with the news we come across? Is there a biblical response we as believers should adopt?
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It’s Okay to Not Be Okay: Whose Story Matters?

Like most people, I only started watching Netflix’s recent K-drama, “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay”, to check out Kim Soo-hyun’s long-awaited comeback to K-dramaland. But as soon as the opening sequence began, I was completely sucked into the whimsical, Tim Burton-esque story of a beautiful girl trapped in a tower by herself because the world sees her as a “monster who brings along the shadow of death”.
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3 Ways to Respond Rightly to Viral News

Living in a digital age means we all have been given access to information like never before, and will find ourselves surrounded by a culture that demands a response from us on issues that affect us—directly or indirectly. This got me thinking of the following: How should we engage with the news we come across? Is there a biblical response we as believers should adopt?

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