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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Time Well Spent

Written by Jonah Albrecht / March 2017 There is an old proverb that says: Make hay while the sun shines. This advice was used by farmers during the Middle Ages who didn’t…

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You Are Who Your Friends Are

Written by Lydia Albrecht / March 2017 “You are who your friends are.” I’m sure that most of you have heard that expression. I, for one believe that it’s absolutely true, which…

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Pack Animals

Written by Jocelyn Gamble / February 2017 College is not easy. The homework, the new professional and social environments, these are not meant to be easy. They are meant to be challenging.…

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Humbled By God

Written by Sam Lisak / February 2017 Sunday school as a ten-year old was the best. I was right in the stage where I knew the basic Bible stories and we started…

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What Lens Are You Using?
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What Lens Are You Using?

Written by Wesley Franson / December 2016 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good…

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Dear Younger Me,
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Dear Younger Me,

Written by Aaron Gullerud / November 2016 Have you ever wondered what that uneasy feeling is that you can’t explain? That little extra weight on your shoulders as you go about the…

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Seven Aspects of a Christian Character
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Seven Aspects of a Christian Character

Written by Jake Gamble / October 2016 12 Therefore, brothers and sisters, we have an obligation—but it is not to the flesh, to live according to it. 13 For if you live…

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Time Management
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Time Management

Written by Suzannah Miller / September 2016 College students tend to have an acute awareness of time. With deadlines and due dates, I have many things to accomplish and seemingly never enough…

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Handling Independence
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Handling Independence

by David Rehm  / September 2016 Independence is a word often associated to transitionary periods in life. A teenager may be entering high school and feeling their parents’ guiding hand loosen…

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