Monthly Archives: July 2014

Stepping Out Of My Comfort Zone

Truth be told, this post didn’t come together how I thought it would.  I didn’t expect to be writing in the car at 10pm while driving through who knows where in Colorado.  I didn’t expect to share about this subject!  When … Continue reading

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Leading Us to Eternity

By Sky Walden, Submissions Manager Food and family are two of the greatest gifts, especially together. Personally, I’ve been thinking about family more than ever lately. In May, we found out my grandma had four brain tumors and would be … Continue reading

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Challah Bread: A Recipe

Since this month’s theme revolves around food (specifically the breaking of bread), I thought I’d share a favorite recipe with you guys! For me this recipe is associated with pleasant memories—my dad used to bake a few loaves of challah … Continue reading

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Faithfulness

by Dylan Campbell 2000 years ago, there was a man who walked the earth, and his name was Jesus. Historically, it can be proven that Jesus was a real man, with a real family, who really was born in Bethlehem. … Continue reading

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Count Your Enemies

C.S. Lewis said, “Friendship is born at that moment when one man says to another: ‘What! You too? I thought that no one but myself . . .’”   by Sarah Watt For the last six months I have been … Continue reading

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