Homosexuality & Drugs to Holy Sexuality & Christ
Sep10

Homosexuality & Drugs to Holy Sexuality & Christ

As I read Scripture, I realized my identity shouldn’t be found in my sexuality, but my identity needed to be found in Jesus Christ alone.

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THRIVE: An Interview With Mark Hall
Jul10

THRIVE: An Interview With Mark Hall

Many people know Mark Hall as the lead singer and songwriter for Casting Crowns. What many may not know is this award-winning artist also spends his time as a youth pastor and an author. Earlier this year, Casting Crowns released their latest album, Thrive, while Hall also released a book by the same name. We sat down with Mark Hall to discuss the new album, his book, and his role in student ministry in Georgia. Q: Both your new album...

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“You Can’t Judge Me”
Jul10

“You Can’t Judge Me”

By Matthew S. Price

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The Truth About Human Trafficking
Feb02

The Truth About Human Trafficking

The clang of metal echoes in the dingy basement. The bitter cold of the cement crawls painfully through every inch of Sadisha’s half-naked body. She trembles with hunger. Deep crimson blood pools at her feet—evidence of the night’s abuses. The metal of the cage that imprisons her body as well as her soul leaves its mark against her skin. She squeezes her eyes tightly in an attempt to shut out the harsh realities of this...

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Sex on the Silver Screen: Substance or Show?
Jan11

Sex on the Silver Screen: Substance or Show?

There are two illusions when it comes to sex: one that rests on faith, and one that relies on fabrication. The first leads to something that is real, the second does not. When I was “sweet 16” and “never been kissed, ” my experience was with the former. I interned at a non-profit ministry that provided abstinence presentations in the public school systems, which meant that several times a week, I stood up in front of a classroom full...

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5 Ways to Keep Technology From Damaging Your Friendships
Jan11

5 Ways to Keep Technology From Damaging Your Friendships

They were doing it again. Tapping away on their precious little phones. Normally, this wouldn’t bother me, but this wasn’t a boring lecture or the grocery store line. This was Sarah’s 22nd birthday party and more than half of her guests—our friends—were sitting on the couch playing with their smartphones. Sarah and I tried to start a game of Catch Phrase, but their phones kept distracting them. However, as soon as we brought out the...

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