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Faith,Trust and Pixie Dust

Lately, I’ve been feeling out of place, like I don’t belong. This feeling of insecurity is awful. Proverbs 3:5-6 says “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.” (NIV). This …

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Jesus.

I strive to be of Jesus but in the World. Jesus. This one child changed History FOREVER. Never will anyone who has heard the name of Jesus Christ be the same. Jesus, fully human. Fully God. One of the verses we most take for granted is the verse, John 11:25: …

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The Calm Within the Storm

I’ve been on a few band trips in my three years in the band program but never one like this. I was a little bit worried about this one though, I knew in my heart that I’d have to go out of my comfort zone more than once. I’m not an …

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Never Gone

Lately I have been feeling a little alone. Like I walk through countless days without feeling God walking next to me or speaking into my life. In times like these I feel like giving in. What is the point of praying if it can’t be a two way conversation? What …

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Seeds

In early March I went to a conference in Calgary, I can honestly say it changed my life. Not only did I become closer with some amazing people, I also became closer with God who is the most amazing of them all. So each morning and afternoon there was kind …

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It’s Not That Hard

It’s not that hard to be a servant of Christ. Lately I’ve been thinking about how people go about expressing the love of Christ to other people. It seems that everyone’s fighting for the same spot up on a podium preaching on Sunday or Saturday. It feels as though the …

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For You

“When life leaves you high and dry, I’ll be at your door tonight, If you need help, If you need help. I’ll shut down the city lights, I’ll lie cheat I’ll beg and bribe to make you well, to make you well. When enemies are at your door, I’ll carry …

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