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Running from Life

We all try to escape being uncomfortable. Instead, the Church guides us to face life with Christ.
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The Incredible Impact of "Be the Bee"

As we count down to the last episode of "Be the Bee." Steve takes a look back and the incredible impact of the series.
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I’m Only Human

How often do we say or hear others say, “I’m only human”? Here are some reasons we probably shouldn’t.
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So You Say You Want a Miracle

When I hear about people who have experienced miracles, I can’t help but think, “I want that"...a super awesome miracle moment that changes my life forever.
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Hearing Our Story in a Parable

In the Parable of the Sower and the Seed, Jesus describes different ways that people receive His message. How might we see ourselves in this parable?
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Holding on to the Joy of Pascha

Pascha has come and gone, but Christ is still risen! How can we hold on to that joy of the Risen Christ every day?
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The Problem with Guilt and Shame

Awareness of our own sin can lead to guilt and shame. Instead, Christ calls us to a life of hope and joy in repentance.
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The Beauty of Taking the Blame

It’s all too easy to fall into a pattern where I blame everyone else for the way that I am feeling, for my actions, and for my behaviors.
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The Things That I Don't Know

In life, there’s a lot that I don’t know, and there’s a lot that I will never know. So...where’s the solace in all of this?
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Two Reminders about Youth Safety Training

Youth safety training can feel tedious and repetitive at times. Here are two things anyone in ministry needs to remember.
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