Tag: culture


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Feb 2018
Why I Need Female Leaders | And You Do Too

It was third grade, and I was running late to the bus stop. Snow had been falling by the inches, and I had spent most of my morning around the TV, hoping to hear that our school had given us a snow day. I dreaded lacing up my shoes because I would have to face Mrs. Greene, my elementary schoolteacher, and explain to her why I hadn’t finished an assignment that was due that day when I arrived to class. The walk from the glossy yellow school bus to the front door......

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Advent Breathes Hope
December 01, 2017

Advent Breathes Hope

By Nathan Bryant | Pastor, The Zoe Project For a lot of people, Christmas is not always the “most wonderful time of the year.” Between visiting family, buying presents, sending out Christmas cards, and everything...


The Joy of Suffering
March 10, 2017

The Joy of Suffering

Every person goes through suffering. Maybe you aren’t suffering now but I’m sure you have and, if not, you will. If you’re wrestling with the tension of what to do today consider this: What if struggle and...


Church
October 03, 2016

Church

By Courtney Chow According to the Internet, “church” is defined as a building used for public Christian worship — a building that might well resemble the one I grew up calling church. I remember it...


The Lost Art of Staying Put
August 02, 2016

The Lost Art of Staying Put

A few days back I was sitting at a local coffeehouse with a few friends talking about the weekend. As conversation took place I couldn’t help but notice a small group of people sitting around...


Turning Toward Jesus Together
July 23, 2016

Turning Toward Jesus Together

Authored by Jeremy Penn Whenever the church gathers in my home we always begin the gathering with a shared meal. Around the table we are recentered around the presence of Christ, and the gathered are...