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7 Things Your Husband Needs (But Won’t Tell You)

Several years ago I graduated with a degree in civil engineering. But this wasn’t my first choice. That title belonged to chemical engineering. I chose chemical over civil engineering because they make lots of money (and partly because the title is more impressive). After all, I thought, engineering curriculums are …

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7 Signs You Love The American Dream More Than Jesus

I enjoy writing in different settings, particularly when blogging. I’m not sure why. Maybe I love watching people. I might even enjoy eavesdropping on conversations around me. Please stop judging me. For this post, I chose the commons of a local Christian library. While searching for an interesting story to …

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New Year’s Manifesto: 6 Declarations To Inspire You in 2016

It’s time to say, “Goodbye” to 2015 and welcome a new year. With a fresh calendar comes new goals, ambitions, and dreams. Tone those love handles. Read the Bible every day. Watch less TV. The options are endless. But, be honest. How many New Year’s goals live to see February? …

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Top 10 Blog Posts Of 2015 (And Exciting News For 2016)

Here we are at the conclusion of another year. First, I want to say, “Thank you.” Your honesty, boldness, and transparency inspire me and challenge me to keep writing. I take every story seriously. I prayed over many of you and with a several of you. Regardless of your background or …

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“Do Not Be Afraid:” The First Step To Receiving God’s Promises

Today begins week 3 of Advent. This week we will highlight necessary postures for receiving God’s promises. Not everyone recognized the Savior. Why did shepherds and Magi see the Messiah while others, including the religious leaders, missed him? It’s not mere coincidence. Those who saw Jesus were ready. The first …

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8 Signs You Are A Selfie-Centered Christian

We officially live in a selfie culture. In 2013, the Oxford Dictionary named “selfie” its word of the year. Let that marinate for a minute. There’s more. A recent study showed half of American adults have snapped a selfie. Selfies have replaced dogs as “man’s best friend.” Let’s not pretend selfies …