Who Is My Neighbor?

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Last night, Cana and I went on a date. We clipped some coupons from our trusty Entertainment book, got a babysitter, and set off to go watch the remake of Robinhood (which, by the way, was pretty good). On the way to the theatre, it started raining…

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Those Who Dare

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  by Brittany Guess There is something ridiculous that I can’t get off my mind: a few days ago I was flipping through a magazine and passed a picture of perfume called “Dare.” My exact thought: “I would LOVE to wake up and spray something called ‘Dare’ onto myself every day and see what my life is like.” I sat … Read More

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Evangelii Gaudium Series 7

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This semester, the most recent Evangelii Gaudium teachings will be temporarily available after the night it was given. At the end of the semester, the whole series will be available to purchase.   Matt Regitz @ Adore North  

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A Father Who Provides

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by Jonathan Alexander  Hacky sack.  Do you remember the hacky sack?  Maybe it’s just because I’m on the cusp of my 30th birthday, but do people really remember the hacky sack?  It was awesome.  I vividly remember one of the last times I played with a hacky sack. It was in Europe.  The university I attended offered a study abroad program in Austria, in which we traveled … Read More

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The question that makes all the difference this Lent: WHY?

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by Megan Baum In the last week, every time I logged onto Facebook, my timeline was filled with people sharing blog posts about things to give up or to do for Lent.  For those of you who just realized that today is Ash Wednesday and need some help deciding what to do for Lent, here are some of my favorites: … Read More

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Our Generation’s Legacy

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by Nic Frank “Do you only want one denomination of Jesus? Jump in, you can have it all,” is one of my favorite lines from the now famous Youtube video of Anglican bishop, Tony Palmer and Pope Francis’ address to a Pentecostal Conference in Texas  posted the other week. If you haven’t seen the 40 minute video it really is … Read More

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Our Generation's Legacy

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by Nic Frank “Do you only want one denomination of Jesus? Jump in, you can have it all,” is one of my favorite lines from the now famous Youtube video of Anglican bishop, Tony Palmer and Pope Francis’ address to a Pentecostal Conference in Texas  posted the other week. If you haven’t seen the 40 minute video it really is … Read More

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The Worth of Inadequacy

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  by Megan Baum I never thought that one little plus sign would change my life. But on December 28, when I saw a blue plus sign forming on the pregnancy test I had just taken, I knew that my life would never be the same.  I knew that my life was somehow more whole than it had ever been.  … Read More

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A New Year: A New Me?

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  by Matthew Blake On New Year’s Day, I was driving through my neighborhood and couldn’t help but notice all the people who were out running. I also couldn’t help but notice all the people who were simultaneously changing their new year’s resolutions. Let’s be honest, no one really “likes” to run. Right? I mean, two weeks after New Year’s … Read More

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Seven ways to experience joy in 2014

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  by Ennie Hickman I really don’t like New Year’s resolutions. I truly believe change, good and bad, is gradual and not an “all at once” type of thing. God is making you and me better every day, if we’re open to it. So, this year I’m skipping the typical resolutions. I’ve simply decided to let joy be my goal. … Read More

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