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Tune-ology: Nailed to the Cross

Just last week, my wife and I were blessed to be able to see Rush of Fools in concert.  Not only that, the guys graciously helped me surprise my wife by letting us come back to their room before the show to hang out and talk. 711 more words


A Time To Reset And Consider The Glorious Story Of Our Salvation In the Exodus And Conquest

I truly believe that we as people need times to reset our thinking. I have two kids at home and there are times when going to the bathroom feels like a time to reset and refocus. 2,331 more words


From the Author,

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I have tried to live my life as several different people, each one more dissatisfied than the last. A musician, and artist, a poet, the perfect daughter or friend.  282 more words

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What Journalism has taught me

Kristen Gandenberger ’15

So I was going to wait to write a post like this until the end of the school year (and my tenure as editor), but I decided to move it up because today is a Very Important Day in the digital journalism class in which we honor a Very Important Person- that’s right, it’s Mrs. 524 more words


pray instead of judge

It’s easy to judge.  I do it.  We all do it.  See something and immediately presume.  The rusted, dusted, falling down image this old house portrays.  206 more words


Pause, my soul, and behold the tender mercy of thy God!

And Aaron shall lay both his hands upon the head of the live goat, and confess over him all the iniquities of the children of Israel, and all their transgressions in all their sins, putting them upon the head of the goat, and shall send him away by the hand of a fit man into the wilderness.

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March 31 - What Difference Does It Make?

Matthew 24:32-51; Numbers 28-29; Song of Solomon 8:5-14

I can’t tell you how many times we have gone through a predicted “end of the world” since I’ve been alive. 281 more words

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