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How to Dress Like a Local In Korea

August 16, 2019
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My Experience I’m Korean-American and grew up often visiting family in Seoul. Later in life, I spent a year working on Jeju Island. In my experiences traveling back and forth from the motherland, I’ve faced various cultural differences both when visiting Korea and adjusting back to the States. These differences include how people dress. Seasonal…

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Love Softens the Heart: Daniel’s Testimony

November 30, 2018
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It was a chilly Thursday afternoon. A group of us DTS students had gone to a bus stop to love others and share about Jesus by handing out free hot chocolate and praying for people. As we were doing so a man with a limp approached us. His first words to us were, “Why are…

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How to Hear the Voice of God

May 18, 2018
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I remember the first time I sat down to spend time with God with the full intention of hearing what he had to say. I had my Bible, my journal, my cup of coffee; I was ready. I was focused, eager, and slightly terrified. “What if I can’t hear anything? What if I am the…

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True Success In Planning

May 11, 2018
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In a World that expects success and scorns the idle, planning remains key. Life seems too short to let your dreams and aspirations be left to chance or faith. Right? Why not just plan it all out so that you know those things will come to pass? That leaves little doubt as to why you…

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What Are the Benefits of a Gap Year?

May 4, 2018
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Diligent students might cringe at the idea of waiting to go to college, wondering, “Won’t that put me behind?” We’d like to answer that question with another question: “Behind what?” It’s your life, and it’s not a competition.

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