Today is an odd day. On the one hand, today is Ash Wednesday: a day we focus on the finality of death, the realization that our lives are short and headed toward an end. But, […]
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“What DO you do when students are gone for summer break?” It’s a question that every Campus Minister is inevitably asked at some point or another. It’s true that a Campus Minister’s schedule changes as […]
Tomorrow, I turn 30. As an introvert (ISFJ, for those that care about such distinctions), it is only fitting that I spend at least a few minutes reflecting on the last decade of life that […]
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The doors are open. It’s not odd for this to be true because it is, after all, an unusually warm day for March 1. I approach and enter them with wonder: at their openness, and […]
“Do not come any closer,” God said. “Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” – Exodus 3:5 (NIV) I was far from any burning bush when I realized […]
Today, I struggle to find the right words. I sit here in my warm, quiet home without a worry if tomorrow will come or if my family will be safe. I’m filled with hope that […]
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In Acts 8:26-40, we find the story of Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch. Philip hears the voice of God telling him to go to a place and he goes, with no idea what is waiting for […]