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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

North American Youth Congress 2017, Wednesday Night

Posted by: in 2017, Youth Congress on July 31st

Faith Factor Expectation was as high and so were the hairstyles as over 34,000 young people poured into the Lucas Oil Stadium for the first night of North American Youth Congress 2017. The night began with the North American Talent Search as the sound of exuberant worship filled the stadium. Each contestant and group used… View Article

Logic vs Faith

Posted by: in Hyphen on January 11th

Has God ever asked you do something that would most likely make you look like an idiot according to certain standards? Does He ask you to do things that do not seem to make sense at the moment? My answer to these questions is a huge, resounding “yes”! He enjoys asking me to do things… View Article

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