Tag: Discipleship

A Better Fisher of Men

Posted by: in Editorials on July 31st

“Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught.” If you’ve never gone fishing, you probably haven’t had this feeling or thought cross your mind. But perhaps you have considered, “If I would have just talked to that one classmate or friend about Jesus, what could’ve happened?” But as another fisherman once said, “He who… View Article

The Strength in the Surrender

Posted by: in Uncategorized on April 6th

The word “surrender,” according to dictionary.com, is defined as the act of yielding something “to the possession or power of another.” It is giving up, abandoning, or relinquishing oneself. In theory, most people view this act as a sign of weakness. Those who cannot handle the battle any longer give up because they realize they… View Article

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