How To Find Fulfillment In Christ's Love

So It’s February, the month of love. I’ve been hearing a lot of mixed reviews about Valentine’s Day lately; that it’s only fun if you’re in a relationship, or it’s just a Hallmark holiday, but honestly, I like it. The red and pink heart decorations are adorable, and it’s a nice reminder to love on my friends. I think it’s cute to give out cards or gifts to show people that you appreciate them.

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For The Girl Seeking More

I’ve been giving myself a pep talk lately. A pep talk filled with encouragement to embrace this season, where I am, and what I am doing. An invitation to be fully present rather than anxious for the next “big thing.” A pep talk that encourages to step away from comparison. Anyone else? If you’re in a season of transition, or even a season of stagnation, I hope this is just what you need. 

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What Rejection Taught Me About Jesus

This semester has been rough so far. I have noticed that I am very homesick, and I constantly think about the next time I can go home. I have begun questioning why I am not happy here. In my heart, I know that God is with me always but I don’t know, I feel like it’s not enough right now. A couple weeks ago, I heard about an opportunity that I thought would change my whole perspective. 

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What Makes You Beloved

College marked a season for me of transitioning from a faith I had been taught to one that truly became my own. One essential step I had to take in order to move away from the constant striving, rule-following, fear-based faith and towards a healthy, honest, and life-giving relationship with God was to begin to understand the concept of beloved.

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How to Get Rid of a (Guilt) Hangover

I bet you thought I was going to talk about a night out when you drank a little more than you planned, producing a hangover the next morning. You know, like the type of post that pops up from googling “how to get rid of a hangover” that says, “1) sleep, 2) drink water, 3) eat.”Well I’m very sorry if that’s what you were looking for, but the alcohol hangover isn’t what this blog is about. I’m talking about that yucky, heavy, guilt-ridden feeling - whether that be from a decision full of intense regret, engaging in merciless gossip, or just sitting in a place of personal worthlessness. 

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How to Let God Set the Pace of Your Life

One thing that I can say about myself with absolute certainty is this: I am terrible at running. I have the worst stamina in the world. After a few minutes, I begin huffing and puffing and feel like I might cough up a lung. It has always been this way. Even when I swam as a kid, the same thing would happen: my chest would close up, my breathing would become labored, and I would have to (embarrassingly) take a rest. But lately, despite this fact about myself, I have been trying to run again. 

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20 Things to Do This Spring Semester

How in the world are we already half way done with the school year? Is it just me or did it go by in the blink of an eye? To celebrate the halfway mark of this year, we have created a few of our bucket list items for this spring semester before we all leave for summer break.

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How to Jumpstart Your Relationship with God

Every single year, I sit down and write out all of my goals for the new year in a coffee shop. One of the first things on my list always seems to be “grow in my relationship with God,” as any Christian girl would have on their resolution list. However, there are times where we write this seemingly simple task on our lists yet we wind up stuck in the same place by the end of the year: stagnant. 

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