Category: Editorials

Don’t Starve Yourself

Posted by: in Editorials on July 19th

I recently did an experiment on my Instagram and asked this question: “If you could tell your younger self one thing, what would you say?” I received a lot of cliche, yet good responses like “Listen to your parents, they know what they’re talking about, don’t stress the small stuff, develop a better relationship with… View Article

Still Small Voice

Posted by: in Editorials on June 28th

“And after the earthquake a fire; but the LORD was not in the fire: and after the fire a still small voice” (I Kings 19:12). Two men were walking along a crowded city sidewalk. Suddenly, one of them stopped and said, “Listen to the lovely sound of that cricket.” They both stood in the same… View Article

Rejected Yet Persistent

Posted by: in Editorials on June 21st

I have always had a fear of rejection. I’m sure the rest of the world can relate. I have the desire to be accepted by society or by the people I’m around. Even with this need for acceptance, if someone asks me about my beliefs, I wouldn’t be afraid to proclaim the gospel. I do… View Article

Who is your Pastor?

Posted by: in Editorials on May 28th

  It is not a new trend for the world to challenge and criticize the role that a pastor fills. It goes back to the days of Joseph, where the Bible states “every shepherd is an abomination unto the Egyptians” (Genesis 46:34). The enemy hates biblical leadership because a pastor will help guide you toward… View Article

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