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How Lent Can Guide the Rest of the Year

Great Lent should inform the way we live throughout the year. Here are three principles or lessons that we can take with us even after Pascha.
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When People Hurt Us

When someone hurts us – whether physically or emotionally – we have a choice of how to respond and to move forward. How do we forgive and let go of this pain?
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Why Long Distance Relationships Fail

Many of us struggle with long distance friendships and romantic relationships. It’s hard to make them work. So why would it be any different with Jesus?
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The Trench- Protecting Our Relationships

Join Christian in this week’s Trench as he considers how we should go about prioritizing our relationships and how proper prioritization is key in our relationship with God.
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When Our Fire for Christ Dies Out

Have you ever been on fire for Christ, and now wonder how you can rekindle the spark? Here are some things you can do to help reconnect with Christ after the honeymoon period has passed.
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Three ways to Develop Stronger Friendships in Christ

We all crave closer friendships, but we don’t know where to start. Here are three ways we can develop vulnerability and intimacy in all of our relationships.
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Why Being Good to Enemies is the Worst and Only Path to Salvation - Second Sunday of Luke

Being merciful to enemies is difficult, and it often is fairly unpleasant. But this Sunday, Christ invites us to walk the hard path of being good to those who harm us.
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When To Say "I Love You"

I hesitate to tell my male friends that I love them, not because I don’t, but because the idea that love is almost exclusively romantic is so ingrained in us I worry that what I’m expressing could be misconstrued.
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