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Campus Voices: Choices Our Students Must Make

As parents, we all remember our children’s “firsts:” first tooth, first word, first step, and first day of school. For many of us, there were feelings of fear or anxiety, sadness or loneliness, as we waved goodbye and left them in the hands of a teacher for the first time. ...

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Hearing Voices? How to Discern God’s Voice

I’ve been a faithful exerciser for more than 20 years. Almost without fail, I have gone to a gym, grabbed the dumbbells at home, hit the pool, gone for a run, taken a class or jumped rope—six days a week. As such, I know what it means to “listen to ...

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I Walk on the Broken Trail Again

Lord, how come I am walking on the broken trail again? I heard your small, still voice in the wind, “Child that path leads to the broken trail again.” I left your voice behind, And I walked straight ahead into the broken trail anyway. The old familiar pang of hurt and ...

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Recognizing that Still Small Voice

God is speaking all the time, whether we know it or not, whether we hear it or not, whether we take note or listen and obey or not.  Recognizing that still, small voice is easy once you know it. “The Lord said, ‘Go out and stand on the mountain in the presence of ...

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