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When God Seems Unfair

When reading through the Bible, we come across many different types of events. Some, like the story of David and Goliath, are exciting, encouraging us to trust God, while others, like Paul's letter to Philemon, overflow with compassion. Adam and Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden cause us to mourn their rebellion, and we... Continue Reading →

When You’re Choosing Your Tomorrow

Today's one of the biggest days of my post-secondary education - it's the day I decide on which concentration I'll be studying. To some of you, that doesn't sound like much of a decision. However, for this can-never-make-up-her-mind woman, this day has been haunting my mind since before the first day of college. Whenever it... Continue Reading →

Romance Doesn’t Define You

It's that time of the year again.  Whether you're single, dating, or married, Valentine's Day is that time when we all consider where we are romantically. To those with significant others, it may be either a special or a stressful moment; in turn, us single people tend to see the day as either a cruel... Continue Reading →

Hope Born in the Darkness

  Christmas. It's one of my favorite times of the year. It's the time when the cities get festive and strangers exchange greeting of good cheer. It's when we light up the fire or snuggle on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book. There's beautifully decorated trees and Christmas goodies,... Continue Reading →

The Battlefield of Books

While waiting to meet up with some friends yesterday evening, I decided to peruse through the nearby bookstore. Hoping to (maybe) find a couple of solid Christian nonfiction books I didn't have, I quickly made my way to the "religious books" section. There wasn't much new or different that was solid doctrinally. Just as I... Continue Reading →

Stop Following Your Heart

“The heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked; Who can know it?" - Jeremiah 17:9 To anyone who has heard this verse a plethora of times, it's easy to skim over the verse without much thought - to say, "Yeah, I know, 'Don't follow your heart'," and move on.  But how often do we really stop... Continue Reading →

What Will You Offer?

Reading through Leviticus has been a challenge. I don't mean this in the sense that it's been hard for me to motivate myself to read through this book (though I will admit that some days that is the case), but Leviticus continually challenges me to look at my life and ask the hard questions. Yesterday... Continue Reading →

Dear Heart, I Can Not Listen

Dear Heart, Many days, I make the mistake of listening to you. Maybe it was that long, frustrating day. That dreaded conversation. That fact that I screwed up - again. Perhaps I didn't meet that standard. I didn't do as well as I wanted. Maybe it's the frustration of gazing around my house, feeling overwhelmed... Continue Reading →

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