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God Redeems: Part 1

Written and Media by Bradley Stubbs. People today are still living with the guilt and shame of a sin they committed years ago and they have no idea how to move on or how any good can come from it. Below is the story of how God redeemed David, a man after God’s own heart, after he fell into some deep sin.  We’re going to see how we end up falling into deep sin but also how God redeems sin and the hope that g ...

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Afloat in the Storms

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Taylor Harpster. I was sure by now, God You would have reached down, and wiped our tears away, stepped in and saved the day. But once again, I say ‘Amen’, and it’s still raining. As the thunder rolls, I barely hear Your whisper through the rain, ‘I’m with you’” As a child, I was told that the thunder was angels bowling, and the lighting meant they had just gotten a strike. T ...

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When Life is Good, We Still Need God

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Taylor Harpster. How is your life going? Good? Bad? Just ok? There are countless opinions on how we should act as Christians when our lives aren't going as planned, but many times people overlook our actions when life is going exactly how we want it to, or at least close to how we want. It can be easy to get caught up in all of the good things that are happening in life, ...

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Testimony Series: Long Distance Relationship

Written by Kristin Knudsen. Media by Taylor Harpster.  I have an old, close friend who I do not get to see every day because we live pretty far apart. Sometimes it is hard to be separated from my friend, but the times we spend together are very special. If I did not keep in communication with this friend, the relationship would dissolve. Therefore, communication is central in keeping my friendship and relat ...

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He is My Firm Foundation

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Taylor Harpster. Have you ever felt like God wasn’t walking with you and was leaving you all alone to handle every detail of your life? Almost every person can name a time in his or her life where faith felt stagnant and he or she felt lost and alone. Sometimes it is hard to understand God and it can be even harder to feel Him at times. It isn’t easy to walk a path with ...

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Zip Your Lips

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Taylor Harpster. There are times that we get so angry, that it seems impossible to keep it in. Some people let anything make them mad, whether it is big or little. Other people let little things add up until they finally explode and let their anger get the best of them. Either way, when people are angry, it is usually obvious. Body language, such as clenched jaws or fists, i ...

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Is Suicide Sinful?

Written by and Media by Momoka Murata. Is suicide a sin? It is not rare that people choose suicide to end their lives, leaving others with questions. One of the difficult controversies in Christianity is whether or not this is a sin. From a Muslim perspective, the definition of suicide is clear; however, in Christianity, it seems very complicated, and people have different opinions.  First of all, Islam cla ...

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Testimony Series: The Struggle for Adequacy

Written by Jasmine Webber. Media by Taylor Harpster. Three years ago, I would have never imagined introducing myself as a Worship Arts and Youth Ministry double major at Greenville, but God’s intervention in my life begins pretty far back. I was born in Rushville, Illinois; my mother was a preschool teacher and my father was a factory worker. By kindergarten, I knew I longed for Jesus and though I was young ...

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Faith on the Field

Written by Hope Brakenhoff. Media by Taylor Harpster. God, please clear my head of all distractions and my heart of burdens I may bear so I may perform my best, knowing you will always be there. This is the first line of the athlete’s prayer-a prayer that clearly represents how important faith is in sports. It's not just sports, though; it also shows how important faith is in everything that we do. Some peo ...

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Loneliness Is Not Always Bad

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Taylor Harpster. The word lonely has become such a taboo word in our culture. If someone states he is lonely, he starts to get labeled as antisocial or depressed. This is so far from the truth. It is okay to feel alone as everyone does from time to time. But, what if I told you there's a way to not feel so lonely? Loneliness is not always a bad thing, although it often gets ...

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