Tag: faith

In Whom They Trusted

Posted by: in Uncategorized on July 8th

Trust, though it may be one of the most delicate ideals, is also one of the most powerful. It has been a fascination of researchers for decades. How can a seemingly fallible concept such as faith cause humans to believe so intensely in something that has not or cannot be proven? What is the factor… View Article

Wintery Waves

Posted by: in Rachel Skirvin on December 15th

The following article is from an occurrence that happened to me about six years ago. Though this article was written long ago, it was never published. And though it is not completely new, I believe like all things, it is happening at the perfect time. Journey back in time with me to a different year… View Article

Prayer

Posted by: in Editorials on March 15th

  Can you imagine going to the gym for months, expecting to see results, only to find that you’ve been using the machines wrong the entire time? It’s discouraging to put work, time and energy into something and see nothing in return. Have you ever felt this way about prayer? You make a commitment to… View Article

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