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Does Jesus Like Me?

Published on November 26th, 2014 | by Christopher Witmer

Have you ever believed a lie? Maybe when you were young your older siblings told you that the moon was made of blue cheese and you had no reason to disbelieve them, right? Or maybe they ... Read More



What If I’m Just… Normal?

Published on November 22nd, 2014 | by Kori Buchanan

I wanted to do big things. I was the 8-year-old enthralled by missionary stories, the teen excited about “doing hard things.” I dreamed and planned and prepared. God surely had awesome plans for my future. Funny, ... Read More



Don’t Waste Your Life

Published on November 18th, 2014 | by Rachel Hatcher

Dust gathers on my keyboard, maple leaves stick to pavement, tests keep me awake at 12:30 a.m., shuffled papers and empty coffee mugs clutter my desk by the window, and I sit, staring into space, with ... Read More



The Cool Kids Have a Cool God

Published on November 9th, 2014 | by Jaquelle Crowe

The cool kids have a pretty cool God these days. I often hear him gushed about at the award ceremonies — you know, the Grammys, Tonys, MVP acceptance speeches. And he really is for the cool ... Read More



Can We STOP The Gender Wars?

Published on November 5th, 2014 | by August Buehrer

Ready for a peace rally? Of all the reasons people fight, one of the worst, I think, is because some are male and some are female. Why can’t we just relax and get along? There is ... Read More



I Hate Conflict

Published on October 17th, 2014 | by Jaquelle Crowe

For the most part I hate conflict. When someone disagrees with me (especially someone I don’t know well), I withdraw and I don’t respond. When someone is in error, often I don’t correct them. For goodness ... Read More



Forget Everything You Know About the Teenage Brain

Published on September 23rd, 2014 | by Alex and Brett Harris

“Teens are irresponsible because their brains aren’t fully developed yet.” “Teens can’t handle grown-up tasks because the prefrontal-cortex doesn’t reach maturity till age 25.” You’ve heard these statements and others like them. They have guided public ... Read More

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