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How Will I Know?

Do we have any Whitney Houston fans in the house? I mean how could you not? With iconic songs like, “I will always love you”, and “I have nothing”, it would be impossible not to belt it out, (with a lot less skill, of course). Anyways, one of Whitney’s greatest songs called, “How Will I Know”,

Keep the End in View

I traveled to Israel 7 years ago now, and there were so many things that I saw and learned that left a lasting impression on me. But there was one experience I’ll never forget. Our guide took all 40 of us to what is believed to be Golgotha’s hill, or more commonly known as Calvary–where

Living in the Tension

Who like’s tension? Not me. I would venture to say that when anyone hears the word “tension” we all cringe a little inside. I was sitting in my Group Dynamics class yesterday where we are learning as future clinicians how to run a group therapy session. The professor opened up the class by handing out

Life Lessons: A Strange Kind of Love

What would you do if your best friend who lived a town over from you was sick, so sick that they were told they had days to live, but you actually had the power to heal them? No brainer, right? You would jump in your car and speed over there to take away not just the

The Next Step

“Something happens when you feel ownership. You no longer act like a spectator or consumer, because you’re an owner. Faith is at it’s best when it’s that way too. It’s best lived when it’s owned.” -Bob Goff, Love Does I couldn’t agree more with these words. This speaks of a life all-in; feet that have left