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Uniqueness in Singleness

Seasons in life are inevitable: whether it’s becoming an adolescent or an adult, getting married or becoming a parent. These transitions are marked by a specific age or a concrete life change. But there is another transition that takes place, though no outward change is visible: when one goes from “student” to “single.”

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Why am I Angry?

Whether your anger looks like pouting, yelling, an irritated tone of voice, stomping off, the cold shoulder, or even just pretending like everything is fine, the root of sinful anger is the beliefs and thoughts that come from the heart.

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Modesty

We all wear clothes. Some people hate clothing and become annoyed or even anxious about what to wear. Some people love clothing and need to exercise self-control over the desire to obsess over it. But whether we enjoy choosing our wardrobe or not, we all need one!

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Hospitality

If you are thinking, “This article does not apply to me because I do not have a house,” I would like to encourage you by saying that you do not need a house to be hospitable.  If you have a place to lay your head, you can love strangers with what God has given you.

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Singleness

When I was a college student, I had expectations that my life would look a certain way in a few years – I would work until I got married and then be a stay-at-home mom. Well, neither am I married nor am I a mom…

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Memorizing Scripture

Your Word I have treasured in my heart, that I may not sin against You” (Psalm 119:11). And the Word of God in Ephesians 6 is referred to as “the sword of the Spirit,” which is the weapon we use in our fight.

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Contentment

It’s all His. He owns it. He created it, after all. And beyond Him owning it all, He provides for all of our needs. James 1:17 says, “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights, with whom there is no variation or shadow of change.”  Everything we have comes from His hand.

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Open Letter to a Graduating Senior

I am so excited for you as you embark on the next four years of your life. Just think, since before the foundation of the earth, the Lord has known precisely where you would go to college, as well as every other detail that encompasses your life right now…

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Scripture Intake

Scripture intake is critical in the life of a believer. It is daily food for the soul of those who belong to Jesus (Matthew 4:4), yet every believer struggles to be disciplined in their daily Scripture intake.

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Prayer

What follows is just a few things I have learned or observed through prayer in the years after that night. Maybe something will stick out and encourage you as you pursue a deeper prayer life.

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Journaling Part II

In my first post on journaling I hesitated to write specific methods I employ in journaling because I do not want to give the impression that there is one “correct” way. There is no right way, and what works for one might not work for another.

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