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Posted by | February 26, 2018
Using a Biblical Worldview on the Self-Defense and Weapons Debate

How the unpopular view nowadays is the right one each time When I was twenty years old, I was driving to a job interview in Los Angeles. I couldn’t find...

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Posted by | February 23, 2018
How Our Scars Bear the Beauty of Christ’s Healing Power

The immutable marks of our story carry a purpose The other day a dear writer I’ve come to admire shared a brief Twitter post suffixed with the hashtag of #AndThatsHowIGotThisScar....

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Posted by | February 16, 2018
Asking Why Evil Happens is Not the Question a Christian Should Ask

Laws of man cannot stop evil from flourishing We need to stop living in a bubble. When I hear commentators ask how to stop the carnage like the one that...

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Posted by | February 10, 2018
The Secret of Writing with Privilege is Nothing to be Fearful About

On bilingualism, language, and writing with abandon It is a fight to write. The time it takes to settle my thoughts in front of a blank page when the urge...

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Posted by | February 1, 2018
Uncompromising Our Faith in the Face of Difference

When isolation from those we love draws us closer to God We don’t always agree with those in our immediate sphere of influence, do we? As the world becomes too...

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Posted by | January 25, 2018
Surrendering to God Requires Being Less Visible in the World

In isolation, God sees us, and there we begin to know Him more deeply I recently left my town to travel about 300 miles north to pick up my eldest...

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Posted by | January 18, 2018
The Work Everyone Sees Is Not the Sum Total of Our Worth

Our worth is only measured by our intentional love for God My love and devotion to Christ deepen when I practice gratitude to daily—in word and in deed. Choosing gratitude...

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Posted by | January 16, 2018
Why Choosing Your Children as Your Career Is Fine

We need to stop saying we’re just homeschool moms The perception of homeschooling, despite it now having settled itself more in the mainstream, is that it is weird. Homeschoolers are weird....

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Posted by | January 11, 2018
Becoming More Grateful Diminishes Our Troubles

A simple way to becoming more grateful during trouble I stand amazed by the humility and strength of Fanny Crosby, the writer of more than 8K hymns, who was also...

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Posted by | January 7, 2018
One of the Ten

How one leper can motivate us to return to Christ I read about the young seminary student, Edward Spencer, and his harrowing ordeal at sea. An accident between two vessels...

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