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The Other Side of Modesty

Published on June 22nd, 2013 | by Brett Harris

It’s that time of year when the Internet explodes with articles and videos intending to stem the tide of Christian girls headed to the beach or pool wearing “itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikinis.” [&hellip... Read More



5 Tips for High School Christians

Published on June 18th, 2013 | by Arron Cook

I became a Christian in high school. And I found high school a challenging place to live out my faith, especially in the earliest days of my walk with God. Now, five years later, here are [&hellip... Read More



God, Do I Really Have to Love Her?

Published on June 7th, 2013 | by Brooke Bernhardt

It’s easy to love the lovable: the precious children who giggle sweetly, the beautiful but lonely single mother, maybe even the dad who is funny but disrespected. It’s easy to love the cute, kind, and caring [&hellip... Read More



Do Hard Things Generation — Where Are We Now?

Published on June 6th, 2013 | by Heather Ness

If you were a Christian or a homeschooled (or both) teenager in the 2000’s, there’s a good chance you knew about Do Hard Things. Alex and Brett Harris released their first book “Do Hard Things” in [&hellip... Read More



Does The Rebelution Continue After You Graduate?

Published on June 3rd, 2013 | by Alyssa Liljequist

I was first influenced and inspired by The Rebelution when I was 14. Doing hard things and rebelling against our culture’s low expectations of teens was exciting! But what happens to those of us who are [&hellip... Read More



3 Reasons Facebook is NOT Morally Neutral

Published on May 29th, 2013 | by Alex and Brett Harris

There’s an idea going around that technologies like Facebook are morally neutral. The problems we see in them arise from how people choose to use them. In the words of William Gibson: “[T]echnologies are morally neutral [&hellip... Read More


Why Did This Happen?

Why Do Bad Things Happen?

Published on May 28th, 2013 | by Ci Chong

When something bad happens in my life, and I try to find comfort in God, this question is the first cry of my heart. How can God comfort me if He doesn’t explain why He let [&hellip... Read More


What Facebook Tells Us About Human Nature by Ana Harris

What Facebook Tells Us About Human Nature

Published on May 21st, 2013 | by Ana Harris

With looming deadlines and constant activity it’s easy to drown out the loneliness. When the busyness subsides, it’s scary what we find. A recent injury drastically altered my summer plans and I immediately fell into a [&hellip... Read More



I Have Nothing to Wear!

Published on May 16th, 2013 | by Hannah Wamhoff

No matter how many clothes I have, I consistently am deceived to think that I literally have nothing to wear. It’s like a mental block. I can look at my clothes, see them, and somehow come [&hellip... Read More

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