Category Archives: Family

Boundaries: The Queen’s Guard and Secret Service

The Tension of Boundaries: Boundaries are tricky. In thinking about boundaries, I’ve swayed between “No one can abuse me at all’ and “I’ll turn the other cheek when someone hurts me, like God says.” I think the reason Christian’s don’t … Continue reading

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Age of Wisdom

Our generation has become notorious for being know-it-alls. With technology and information, and travel at our hands like no generation before, what would our elders have to offer us anyways? Unfortunately, we’ve got to face the facts that we all … Continue reading

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Give Him Your Weariness by Laurel Herrick

Guest Post- by Laurel Herrick My house is situated on a country dirt road where there’s little traffic and peaceful farm settings. Every evening I pull on my sneakers, rake my hair into a pony tail and run towards the sunset. … Continue reading

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In The In Between

Most of my life I’ve had older friends or younger friends, but rarely people who were actually my age.  When I turned seventeen last year, almost all my friends had graduated, were getting jobs, starting their own businesses, going to … Continue reading

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A Christian Passover Seder

The recollection of suffering, persecution, and deliverance. A holiday of holiness. Matzah bread and glasses of wine. . . What is it to you? Growing up in American culture my knowledge of the Passover was next to zilch. I knew … Continue reading

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