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Creative Ways to Stay in the Word

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Whereas I used to begin my day reading the Bible, or at least have a time set aside for it, my daily agenda has been turned upside down, and with it, my Scripture reading. I’ve been brainstorming ways we can help each other stay accountable in reading the Bible—partaking of our Lifeline and breathing deeply of this Sustenance.

How Psalm 121 Speaks to COVID-19

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As believers, we are called to walk in the shelter of the truth and not dance to the distressing rhythm of reality. As we all suffer to some degree or another, let’s remember the hope we have in our God, our Help, and look to Psalm 121, which calls us to behold Him for who He is.

Letters To Those Who Are Affected By Covid-19

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Feeling helpless about Covid-19? Tired of forwarding bleak reports and messages to your friends each day? Worried about how the pandemic has been affecting your friends and family members? We’ve just the cure!

Invisible Women

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On International Women’s Day, inspiring stories abound of women who have changed the world. For most of us, these stories and achievements probably sound unattainable. We live ordinary lives; our quiet hurts, flaws, and brokenness invisible to most of the world.

3 Signs That You’re Burned Out from Serving

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29 September, 2010. That was the day I realized I was burned out. As a young Christian undergraduate, I thought that I was immune to burnout. After all, wasn’t I doing everything “right” by serving in multiple church and campus ministries every week?

5 Truths to Remember When Anxiety Hits

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All of us deal with anxiety at some point or another, from the minor anxiety of being scared of the dark, to a full-on anxiety attack.

Seeking Heavenly Things

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Title: Seeking Heavenly Things Materials: Digital hand-drawn…

Knowing and Growing in The Lord

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Title: Knowing and Growing in The Lord Materials: Digital hand-drawn…