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Fire in My Bones!

By Kelly Brewer, Interim Minister to Students When I hear someone speak about a “life verse” it is usually one they relate to, or something that makes them feel good or comforted when they hear it or see it. I have had different verses that have provided this to me in times where I really needed it. Usually they are scripture that I hold onto for a season, remembering them or rereading them as worry or doubt creep up in that time of life. A few years ago I choose a “life verse” to hold onto as a goal and…

The 9 Series: Gentleness

By Zion Gasilan, Ministry Resident Being gentle can be challenging at times, especially when it comes to the people you are close with, like your family. I know for myself I am less gentle at times when it comes to my parents and siblings. There was a time in my life when I gave into my emotions. Instead of being gentle and loving to my youngest brother, I would sometimes ask him to do things for me. But there was this one instance when he refused that infuriated me. Instead of doing what I asked him, he responded with, “Why…

The 9 Series: Peace

By Zion Gasilan, Ministry Resident How can one experience true, lasting peace? Everyone desires peace, especially peace that comes from within, which is inner peace. It is a precious virtue that every person longs for in life. People try to look for peace in all sorts of places and experiences. Many resort to religion, education, and even wealth. Others would try yoga to find that inner peace from within. Some would get away from the city to experience the peace and tranquility of nature. All these may be conduits of peace and can provide good benefits in one’s life, but…

I’m Fine, Thank You!

By Bitu Das, Intern In 2011, I had the unique privilege of going to Singapore for a leadership conference. One of the keynote speakers was Philip Mantofa, who was speaking to the GEN Y track of the conference. As the name infers, the GEN Y track focused on the younger generation. Philip shared a story with us that stuck with me to this day. Philip grew up in Indonesia. When he was in the fourth grade, an opportunity opened for him to participate in an exchange program which would allow him to do the rest of his schooling in the…