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Relationships: Worth the Fight

October 7, 2016
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I had been provoked, so I snapped. It only took a couple of minutes for me to feel remorse; still, I attempted to justify my actions. Why should I feel bad for responding in anger when they were doing the same? THEY have to be the one to make things right.

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Understanding Grace

September 16, 2016
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Four years ago this January, I did my Discipleship Training School (DTS) here at YWAM Louisville.  It was an experience I’ll never forget, and one that I’m still reaping the blessings of. The Lord used my DTS to show me my identity and the fullness of His character. I wanted intimacy with Him; I prayed,…

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Blessed To Be A Blessing

July 15, 2016
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As we were setting up for our community night in Appalachia, one of my friends called out to me, jumping up and down with a big grin on her face. I kindly, smiled back, not quite understanding why she was so excited. As I looked over my shoulder, I saw a deaf couple signing. I…

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Why Biblical Theology Matters

May 20, 2016
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Exalting Christ In Sound Doctrine. In the sixth grade, I became very fond of a girl in one of my classes.  As a kid with big curly hair and heavily magnifying glasses, I knew that if I was going to get this girl, I was going to have to do my homework.  I was constantly observing…

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The Day the Impossible Became Reality

March 20, 2015
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When I was four, I was diagnosed with a rare, incurable kidney disorder. No one knew how long I would live – maybe until I was 14, maybe until I was 40. I didn’t think a lot about my future. Why bother? When it killed me, it killed me.

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