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Racial Battle Fatigue and the Church

By Maurice Pogue | June 5, 2020

It is wise to be quick to listen, slow to speak, slow to anger. However, how slow is too slow to action, and are the voices that need to be heard, being heard?

Things Change and Why They Must

By Michael Shafer | May 31, 2020
The fact that things change, doesn't mean they are changing for the worst.

For Christians especially, things must change.  We ourselves must change. Why is this? In order for us to be more like Christ.

Toxic Positivity During The Time Of COVID-19

By Melissa Ruiz | May 20, 2020

As stay-at-home orders extend, it’s natural to feel disheartened. And it can be frustrating when the people we go to respond with what we already know.

When We Need Time To Think

By Melissa Ruiz | May 17, 2020

Having trouble keeping strong in your faith amidst all the fear and uncertainty? You’re not alone.

A Change of Heart from the Inside Out

By Cody Massie | May 5, 2020

Persona 5 A Change of Heart When we look around us at popular media, the trope of a character undergoing “a change of heart” crops up time and again. A change of heart occurs when a character exchanges negative actions for positive ones. Charles Dickens’ character Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol Is the most…

A Geek’s Thoughts on Personal Improvement: Level Up or Let It Go?

By Amanda Bizeau-Nicol | April 26, 2020

There’s nothing like a solid stats increase in an RPG to get a gamer geek’s heart to thrill. (But I don’t know why my husband has to SHOUT so loudly when it happens for him. If I die by heart attack at an early age, now you’ll know why.) It’s funny how stoked we get…


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