Wounds of War

Lonely Season All around me, I see wounds of war. My closest friends, my peers, strangers even, sharing openly how they have been mentally harmed and the illnesses that they struggle with. Some people blame the fact that we all use phones and computers. Some blame the breakdown of community…
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The Struggle Is Real

“I feel like I’m going crazy!” “You’re insane!” We’ve all said something like this before—to ourselves and to others. With life’s pressures—demands from work, assignments from school, everything (good and hard) about our family and friends, sudden last-minute occurrences, unforeseen tragedies, bills to pay—we’ve also feltlike we’re actually going crazy.…
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Life in a Bubble

I love bubbles. Blowing bubbles, popping bubbles, and staying inside my bubble. I like hanging out with the same friends, eating the same foods, watching the same movies, and doing the same things I’ve always done, but that isn’t who I want to be. I’d rather be an adventurer, a…
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Love and my Calloused Hands

Love and other Dangerous Goods Love isn’t easy. Especially when you don’t feel like loving. I’ve heard it said that Love is not an emotion, it’s a choice, though. Sadly, it’s a choice that I have to actually make, sometimes in spite of emotions. Sometimes in spite of strong emotions:…
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What Love Truly Is

The Bible tells us to do everything in love. (1 Corinthians 16:13) But what does that even mean? Our culture has so many connotations and feelings attached around those words. We see love demonstrated in the gospel of Jesus Christ. We know what love truly is because Jesus showed it…
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Easy & Fun

I wish that the fruit of the spirit was something like a personality test. Then I could figure out where I score highest and brag to everyone about how special I am. Plus, when I figured out what my weak points were, I could make excuses – this is just…
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