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The Fruits of the Spirit: Love

Written by Jonathan Bremer. Media by Cord Buchanan. If you grew up in Sunday school, it is very likely that you have heard of the fruits of the spirit. Galatians 5:22-23 says, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” We know that these spiritual fruits found in Galatians are essential t ...

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Control Shift: Giving up Fear to God

Written by Jonathan Bremer. Media by Cord Buchanan. Fear. It's an abstract concept that we as humans seldom admit to feeling. It's a feeling or concept that we like to make light of in today’s world. We speak about it in jest, or in popular films to test how fearless proud movie-goers really are. But rarely do we ever see or hear people openly talk about their deep insecurities or fears. Why? Because it’s u ...

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Six Ways to Reconnect with God During the Busy Semester

Written and Media by Beth Richardson. It's one in the morning and you have your planner—multi-colored stickies and all—opened across the table in front of you. There are so many things to get done and hardly any time to do it. Procrastination is no longer an option as deadlines loom. Midterms may be over, but there is still a lot ahead before we reach the end of the semester. It feels like there is not enou ...

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Fighting Our Battles

Written by Kristyn Ewing. Media by Cord Buchanan. As youngsters, we are encouraged to find other ways than fighting to solve our problems. In the same way, so are we as Christians. Life is a constant struggle, but it does not always have to feel as such. No matter the battle life brings, one ought to be prepared for what may come. The enemy is always on the verge of attack. He wants to steal our joy, our fa ...

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Brotherhood: A Bond Built for Times of Adversity

Written and media by Jonathan Bremer. Brotherhood is an interesting concept that I have never really understood. I never had a biological brother, but I remember being extremely jealous of other guys who did. Whether they were younger, older, the same age—it didn’t matter. I wanted a brother. I finally got one, but not in the way my narrow-focused nine-year-old self, imagined I would. Now here I am at the a ...

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Finding Beauty in Brokenness

Written by Jonathan Bremer. Media by Cord Buchanan. The general nature of human beings makes it quite easy to point out flaws in the world around us. As Christians, the brokenness of the world becomes more apparent when we look at it through the lens of scripture. So often, I find myself focusing on all the things going wrong in my life and in the world around me. It is easy to do, especially when we believ ...

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Four Different Gospels

Written by Nate Wieland. Media by Cord Buchanan. What does it mean for the Christian church to be unified? The answer has a lot of nuances and not everybody agrees as to what that looks like. It is nuanced in that we seek unity across a broad spectrum of categories. Racially, culturally, socio-economically, and theologically are just a small sample of the ways in which we seek unity. The answer is highly di ...

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The Landscape of Life

Written by Josiah Mohr. Media by Cord Buchanan. I am going to be blatantly honest with you right now: the modern church has a problem. Let’s take a moment to consider the weight of that statement. Some people would say with fervor, “Of course the church has a problem. We’ve easily got ninety-nine problems, but I most certainly am not one of them.” And yet others would be apologetically defensive, claiming, ...

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Redefined: Purpose Through the Lens Of Faith

Written by Jonathan Bremer. Media by Cord Buchanan. In a world with so many distractions and directions that call out to us, it is not surprising that we struggle to find our purpose. We are given a unique platform or set of gifts and talents by God that we can use to bring Him glory. These things all play a significant role in God’s purpose for our lives, but it is easy to lose sight of these things or eve ...

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Make a Joyful Noise: Experiencing God Through Choral Music

Written by Beth Richardson. Media by Cord Buchanan. The Greenville University Choir is celebrating its 91st concert season this year as they continue a rich tradition of singing liturgical music as well as other genres. Each year, Dr. Jeff Wilson takes his time selecting choral pieces to fit the tour program theme for the season. As a member of the GU Choir and Chamber Singers, I find it especially fascinat ...

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