Monthly Archives: November 2014

Brokenness aside.

by Stephanie McCullough I am a sinner; if it’s not one thing it’s another… Caught up in words, tangled in lies. Broken. It’s a word that’s been sitting heavily on my mind and heart lately, as well as all over … Continue reading

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Slowing Down

-Patrick Keyser Why is it that our culture operates at such a fast pace? Why do we value “being busy” so much? And perhaps most importantly, what do we miss when we live life at such a fast pace? These questions … Continue reading

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The Power of Dialect

-Melissa Eadie The power of dialect is immeasurable. For centuries, our ancestors have passed down their traditions, memories and lessons to the next generation by sharing their personal experiences. We are able to transform each other’s lives by such communication, … Continue reading

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A world with Octobers (And Novembers)

-Kate McPherson It feels like fall, and I love it. That is a sentence I can say with great confidence that I have never uttered before in my life. For most of my life, fall has been one of the … Continue reading

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