Rest is such a foreign word to most people in our society today, where we are constantly being encouraged to hustle and work in excess. The actual definition of rest is to cease work and to recover. We have souls—our soul controls our mind, will, and emotions. This dated back to Genesis when God
  Embracing a fragile faith is scary, but necessary.   Say this slowly…”God, I need you…”   I’ve learned that it is completely and utterly okay to state the mere fact your faith is fragile, and you are longing for your Heavenly Father to give you life.   It must become a learned behavior to
  I promise you that embracing change is worth the sacrifice.   Java and I have been in a long-term relationship ever since I could talk. Ok. Maybe you haven’t noticed, but I have an obsession with coffee. Yes. I admit it. Coffee shops are my kryptonite. I try to evade the sweet scent of
  “Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip.” Welcome to the incessant sound that invades my space and challenges my senses. It won’t stop. Regardless of how many times I’ve examined the cup or peered at the lid, this monolithic drip continues to challenge my patience and peace. Why? What is wrong with this Starbuck’s cup? THEN, as
  Job Interviews are intimidating. Within an hour you will share your career and education history to a total stranger with the hopes of them liking you and in exchanging giving you thousands of dollars a year. Ok, maybe it’s not that frightening to some, but the reality is in our culture today getting a
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  What has been the greatest struggle of college ministry?   Scheduling usually. College students have demanding schedules, and their schedules even differ from one another. Furthermore, their schedules change every semester.   Where I minister, there is a “Student Club Meeting” once a week, which is intended for extra-curricular activities. I somehow consider it