Facts Vs. Feelings

Written by Pastor David Ude / November 2017 When David cut off Goliath’s head, he used Goliath’s sword. When a shooter or a quarterback executes an effective pump fake, he uses…

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I’ve Got This

Written by Katherine Manthe / September 2017 Do you ever feel like you’re losing it? Like you’re on a two wheeler headed down a steep hill? You can see a tree…

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A Christian’s Perspective on Alcohol

Written by Zack Sippert / October 2017 Is alcohol a bad thing? When we see or hear the names of various beers, wines, or hard liquors are we supposed to cast…

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When I Cannot See

Written by Jocelyn Gamble / October 2017 This is an article for anyone and everyone who has found Christianity to be a struggle. This article is for the ones who doubt,…

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Loving in the Midst of Trials

Written by Katherine Mayhew / September 2017 I think it’s pretty safe to say that all of us have been hurt. At one time or another, we’ve all gotten burned, whether…

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Hello, Hurricane

by Timothy Schaser  / September 2017 For someone who currently lives in the Midwest, I really have no business writing this article. I have not been affected by either of…

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By Your Side Always

Written by Jonah Albrecht / September 2017 “'Cause I'll be by your side wherever you fall In the dead of night whenever you call And please don't fight these hands that…

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Return to the Word

Written by Alex Fleischer / September 2017 Looking back at the generations preceding me, I often wish that things worked like they did then. Communication worked more slowly, there were breaks…

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The Perfectionist’s Guide to Being Perfect

Written by Katherine Manthe / March 2017 Perfection is something I’ve struggled with my entire life. I’m the first daughter in a family of seven children, and my dad is a pastor.…

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Naive

Written by Danielle Gerbitz / March 2017 I have a boss who likes to tell new employees two things about me when I first meet them. 1: I started out as a…

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