5 Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

It’s summer y’all! For this Minnesota-born Texas transplant, summer is more of a threat than it is reason to celebrate.  As I brace for the 100-degree weather and stock up on sunscreen, I’m also preparing to read a number of new books.  Summer is always when I get the most amount of reading done because I can be inside and blast the air conditioning.  I know in the coming months many people in our College Ministry, and our church as ...

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Lessons Learned As A Young Mom

Just in case you’re curious, here’s the week at a glance with my two-and-a-half year old son, Judah: he paints his doorway with POOP from his diaper during nap time on Sunday; we pull up to the museum on Monday and he says, unprompted, “I’m going to share, Mommy”; on Tuesday, he calls himself a rabbit and hops everywhere he goes; and on Wednesday, he throws a remote at my face, pulls my hair out, and then says, “I love ...

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5 Guidelines for Social Media Interactions

One of the places as Christians we can be least intentional with our witness is Social Media. It’s easy to forget that when God asks for all parts of our life to glorify Him, He even means our online interactions. Although it’s easy to write this off as a meaningless issue, it’s important to remember the average person spends 2 hours and 15 minutes daily on social media! This has become a primary mode of interaction for much of our ...

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