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Four Lessons Bible College Couldn’t Teach Me

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The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of papers and memories. My time at Bible College is quickly coming to an end, and as I approach graduation I am reminded of just how far the Lord has brought me from the angry, punk rocker that started in 2010. This journey has been a long…

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The Harming Perception of the Overly-Critical Christian

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We Christians have had a way of harming how the world outside perceives us for many years.  And not in the “we are not of the world so it hates us” way that John 15:19 states, though some of us do a fair bit of that, too. We’ve claimed many new things are from the…

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The Amplitude of our Faith

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am·pli·tude      [ˈampləˌt(y)o͞od]   1.the breadth, range, or magnitude of something. 2.The maximum extent of an oscillation of something measured from the position of equilibrium.   I love language. Words have such far-reaching and extravagant power that I think we sometimes take it for granted. We miss out on the true power of the words we…

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What it REALLY Means to Be Purchased by God

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There are many terms and colloquialisms we Christians use that some like to refer to as ‘Christianese’. Many outside the Church and new Christians are unfamiliar with them, making them sort of an inside lingo. Washed by the blood, sanctification, evangelism, disciple, and… purchased by God are among the many things we say that can…

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Can You Be a Christian Without Believing in the Bible?

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No.      

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On Faith, Creativity, and the Artist in Today’s Society – An Interview with Chris Koelle

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So this article will be a bit of a departure from the type of thing we normally post on the page. This is actually an interview with an artist that several of our staff members have prints from in their homes and offices. Chris Koelle is an award-winning illustrator whose dramatic, visceral artwork has helped…

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What The Books Won’t Tell You

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Marriage is the best. I recently celebrated my second wedding anniversary with the most amazing and beautiful woman in the world. These past two years have been the best of my life. My wife is great at caring for me, loving me, feeding me, listening to me, spending quality time with me, and (above all,…

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Is that a sunrise…..or a sunset?

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I love to sit on a beach in a comfy chair, turn on some relaxing music, sip on a tasty beverage, and watch as the sun slowly melts away on the horizon. There is something therapeutic about it, I think. People on the beach all seem to freeze and finally allow the busyness of life…

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EDC: Vehicle EDC

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  Last time we talked about why you would carry EDC items in your vehicle. Your vehicle has the largest real estate, second only to your home. As such, the minimalism aspect of EDC relaxes a bit and the items carried in your pockets – and possible backpack – are complemented by additional items.  …

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The Wall of Separation and the Crumbling of Freedom

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Anyone that has been paying any sort of attention to any media outlets over the last few years has inevitably seen the cultural shift that has taken place. Gone are the days when one can freely and openly express their religious conviction in the public realm. Sure, one can openly go to the religious center…

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