Stuck in the Mud

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a blog written by Jordan Berta Growing up there was a farm near my house. So one day a couple years ago, I decided to go for a drive through this farm to explore what back there. After exploring it turns out that there was no exit at the back … Read More

Weeping Is Not Weakness

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a blog written by Jordan Berta Have you ever cried and been told that crying is a sign of weakness? We live in a culture that praises people’s highlight reals and avoids their pain. When was the last time you saw someone post a picture on facebook of them crying? … Read More

The Greatest Man. The Greatest God.

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a blog written by Jordan Berta “For unto us a child is born, to us a son is given and the government will be on His shoulders. And He will be called Wonderful Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the greatness of His government and peace there … Read More

The power of positive Self Talk

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a blog written by Sathiya Sam How’s your self-talk these days? One study showed that on average, up to 80% of a person’s thoughts are negative/destructive any given day. If you ask me, that’s absolutely shocking. What an awful use of mental energy. Even if you were an absolutely terrible … Read More

20/20 Vision

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn Well, it’s that time of year again. A new year is soon to be upon us. Another decade is coming to a close. It is usually around this time that is normally reserved for reflection, remembering, taking a personal inventory of our lives and … Read More

Four Quarters

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn I went through a bit of a creative slump near the end of summer. Which for a creative person like myself, sucks. It’s really frustrating. You know you’re a writer. You know you have the ability to create. The creative wheels haven’t stopped turning. … Read More

The Power of our Wounds

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn We don’t really leap for joy at the thought of being wounded. The idea of having been hurt doesn’t exactly give us warm fuzzy feelings. It’s actually in our human nature to run or panic at the sight of it. It’s that “fight or … Read More

The Voice That Matters

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn In my previous two blog posts I discussed both the criticisms we hear from others and also from ourselves. Add in the “voice” of social media and that’s a lot of voices to take in for any one person. Everyone now a days gets … Read More

Conversations with Myself

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn I remember the first time I recorded myself singing years ago. It was just me and my guitar and my voice recorded onto my laptop. Nothing fancy. I was trying to get the courage to share my songs for the first time. After I … Read More

T.H.I.N.K.

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn I think most of us can agree that us humans, generally don’t take criticism well. At all. It doesn’t feel good in the moment and it usually causes us to question pretty much everything about ourselves and life in general. Wondering if it’s actually … Read More

No Longer There

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn Imagine getting your hopes up for something, and then getting let down. I mean utterly disappointed to the point that you lose all hope. Maybe even resort back to old habits because you figure, it’s over. It was a good run but now it … Read More

Dead Weight

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a blog written by Jennifer Lynn So, I cut my hair. It was my birthday recently and I cut my hair, by quite a few inches. I also went really blonde. Every year around my birthday I seem to go through a “life crisis” of sorts and feel the need … Read More

Be Still

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Our guest this week Pastor Jeff Webb wrote an inspiring blog that we wanted to share with you. Follow his blog at jeffreyswebb.com A couple of years ago, a friend introduced me to the idea that everyone has a central question. Something they are always asking themselves that often becomes … Read More