Making Your Summer Count

There’s nothing quite like that feeling of accomplishment and freedom when the semester has drawn to a close and summer dawns. For about nine months, you buckle down, for better or for worse, to focus on becoming a professional and critical thinker. With the summer comes the opportunity to enjoy life a little differently, remembering all... Continue Reading →

Recommended Reading: Rise by Hallie Schaefer

Human trafficking is a $150 billion dollar black market affecting tens of millions of people every year, perhaps even some in your very own neighborhood. Rise author Hallie Schaefer gives us the opportunity to peer into scenarios and stories that reveal the ill of global trafficking. Readers are presented with the truth that people are... Continue Reading →

Dear God, I Miss You

Perhaps these are the words of some reader's heart Dear God, I miss you. I miss our moments together in sweet solace, basking in your secret place, in the outporing of your love. I miss being soaked silly and drenched in your light, in your love, in your joy. Somehow, between my decisions to choose... Continue Reading →

When you become a leader…

After reading 1 Chronicles 29 I was impressed with the leadership lessons that can be applied to our lives today. Students, if you really want to lead and make a difference in this world, there are some things that you will have to go through, some character traits that you will have develop that others... Continue Reading →

Anointed Young Ones

I'm just believing this: That you are one of God's anointed, chosen for a special task in honor of God and what He desires to do on this earth in these times. You are not too young and never too inexperienced to walk in calling for God. All it takes is a willingness. You don't... Continue Reading →

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