Keturah Lamb, Uncategorized

Children of Our Futures

If we look at examples in the Bible, circumstances never stopped God's people from multiplying and becoming a mighty people. Through slavery and captivity (Exodus 1:7-12), in foreign lands (Jeremiah 29:4-6), during famine (Genesis 47:27), the command was still the same: "Be fruitful and multiply," Genesis 1:28. Why was this? Could it be that our mindset of needing a… Continue reading Children of Our Futures

Rachel Katherine, Uncategorized

Five Things To Do While You Wait on God

It’d be nice if there were an hourglass in front of us, displaying how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go. But it doesn’t seem the case. Or, at least I’ve never seen one. Seasons of waiting are definitely a part of the journey! There are times when you must learn… Continue reading Five Things To Do While You Wait on God

Keturah Lamb, Uncategorized

Using Etiquette When Arguing

By Keturah Lamb One of my great loves (weaknesses) is arguing. Sometimes I can hold my tongue. But a lot of the time... It's just that when people say such "silly" things or when people or ideas are "unfairly mistreated" I MUST stand up for them. And sometimes I just look for something to argue/discuss… Continue reading Using Etiquette When Arguing

Rachel Katherine, Uncategorized

Living Fearlessly

Hello, Readers from afar! We’re here, again, in the midget-cave. The only sounds are my laptop breathing and the clicking of keys. I’d say fear is something everyone deals with. It can be a good thing! Like a fear of danger, that makes you look both ways before crossing the street. But often, fear can… Continue reading Living Fearlessly

Careers, Halley Press

The Only Christian: Being a Christian in a Secular Company

How can you stand out as a Christian in a secular company? Unless you are planning to work in the Church or for a specifically Christian company, you will likely find yourself working in a secular company. Maybe you will be one of many Christians or maybe you will be the only one. Either way,… Continue reading The Only Christian: Being a Christian in a Secular Company

Annie Louise Twitchell, Mental Health, poetry

Carpenter’s Tears

Carpenter's Tears Do you think that He has forgotten you? Your body is a rotting wasteland of hollow bones and empty veins. Do you think that He has forgotten you? The carpenter’s hands are bleeding but still He reaches to take you in. Blood washes over, blood and love that cleanses, makes whole again. Humanity… Continue reading Carpenter’s Tears

Annie Harley, Christian Dating

Not My Idol

Has your boy/girlfriend become an idol? “Little children, keep yourselves from idols. Amen.” 1 John 5:21 The Bible mentions idolatry a great deal in both the Old and New Testaments. Most people dismiss it because they know that they aren’t worshiping statues, so certainly they haven’t succumbed to the trap of idolatry. But is that… Continue reading Not My Idol

Finding God in Literature, Rebecca Woodie

God, Integrity, and Jane Eyre

I must first warn readers that this post will contain spoilers for Jane Eyre. What is Integrity? Integrity is sticking to a strict moral code. As Christians, our moral code is found in the Bible. Uprightness is used as a near synonym in the Bible. What is Honor? Honor is having a distinct sense of… Continue reading God, Integrity, and Jane Eyre