The God Shift

The God Shift

You ever make a friend and one day you’re hanging out, just talking and chilling. Then you guys go from laughing and making jokes to discussing something super personal. Then afterwards during an awkward silence you say “Did we just have a moment?”. And from that moment on you two become inseparable. And now you can’t even remember what life was like without them.

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The Day After

The Day After

No matter what phase of life you may be in, no matter what field you may be studying or working in, we all have the same goal: to come and see then go quickly and tell. So friends, this week do not forget the cross, do not forget the empty tomb, do not forget the risen Savior on the throne. Do not let the thrill and high of resurrection Sunday be limited to only Sunday. We have 7 days a week to serve Christ and fulfill our mission.  So go!! Go quickly! Run and tell of what just happened this Sunday.

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The Aesthetic of the Almighty

The Aesthetic of the Almighty

We are limited by the fact that we are just people. But God! He is the all knowing, all seeing, all-powerful God. He was there yesterday and will be there today and tomorrow. He formed every part of us. He formed every part of this world. He has performed miracles in the past and continues to do them today. That is the God we serve. Are we willing to put the vision for our lives in the hands of that God?

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Transition | The Hallway

From my personal experience, life gets clouded with anxiety and doubt. I get impatient and pray to God demanding quicker responses. Then when I do not get immediate instructions, the doubt rolls in. I question the entire path I’ve been on. Did God really want me to take this job? Did God really want me to be at this school? If He did, why isn’t He showing up? In times like this I take comfort in God’s promises. He tells us time and time again not to worry about what our circumstances look like, but to turn our gaze towards Him. Because in Him we will find peace. Just enough peace to get us through our situations....

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From Death to Life

From Death to Life

We used to store about two dozen or so white plastic chairs in my basement. Me and my siblings would arrange them in lines and cover them with blankets to make tunnels around the basement. It usually lead to a covered table, which was the fort. And we would chase each other and laugh and laugh, until we heard the rumble from the garage door opening. We would rush upstairs to say hey to my parents to avoid them coming down and seeing the mess we just made. But on the days we made a mess they always wondering downstairs. Of course we would get fussed at to clean up the chaos we created. These were typical days for our household.....

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