Posts with the tag “christian-character”

When You're Not Expecting Much
May 29th, 2020
Taken off of your campus early.No graduation.No Spring sports season.Uncertain job markets.Uncertain health.Confusing and conflicting opinions every news cycle about the Coronavirus.Breonna Taylor. Ah...  Read More
by Josh Tolman
The Christian's "Secret Stuff"
May 15th, 2020
You know a blog post from a 90s kid, in the midst of Last Dance fever, would have to include a GOAT analogy, right? In the 1996 cinematic masterpiece Space Jam, Michael and the Looney Toons are gettin...  Read More
by Michael Cody
Why Am I So Needy?
May 12th, 2020
To be human is to have limits and needs. Of the millions of inconvenient, yet sanctifying truths God has revealed through this pandemic, this specific truth has risen to the surface very abruptly and ...  Read More
by Taylor Adair
Where Are You?
May 1st, 2020
We've more than likely heard this question a few times in our lives. Maybe from a parent playing peek-a-boo when we were too young to remember, or from a parent when we were past curfew back in high s...  Read More
by Sarah Dugan
Being Still in an Anxious World
April 28th, 2020
"If only I had more time, or if I didn't have so much work to do, then I could finally sit still and meet with God."Three weeks into a world being shut down, we might start questioning whether time wa...  Read More
by Beau Dugan
Are You Numb?
April 14th, 2020
Has anyone ever asked you what's going on or what are you feeling... and you honestly have no idea? There's something going on inside of you... but it's hard to know exactly what. So, you move on.Over...  Read More
by Whitney Bell
The Least of These
March 27th, 2020
He came up to me in a coffee shop. It seemed as if he walked into the building just to come talk to me. He smelled of alcohol, body odor, and cigarettes. He wore old, tattered clothes, complete with w...  Read More
by Josh Tolman
Leading Like Paul - Part 3
March 24th, 2020
Following the introduction, Paul reminds the church of his habit of prayer. This is an oft-repeated theme in Thessalonians, examples include:"We give thanks to God always for all of you, constantly me...  Read More
by Ben Weber
Leading Like Paul - Part 2
March 17th, 2020
Each letter and word of I Thessalonians reveals profound insights into Paul's heart and head, including the introduction. In ancient times it was customary for an author to announce himself and the re...  Read More
by Ben Weber
"I Am with You Always"
March 13th, 2020
The mission gripped me. As I'm guessing it's gripped many of you who've been involved in Campus Outreach for a minute. I was a young Christian in college who was having a very positive experience with...  Read More
by Michael Cody
Leading Like Paul - Part 1: Introduction
March 10th, 2020
Apart from Christ, Scripture offers perhaps no greater example of leadership than the Apostle Paul. During his lifetime his influence stretched throughout the whole of the Mediterranean, and following...  Read More
by Ben Weber
Kobe, Legacy, and Making It Count
March 6th, 2020
Heartfelt, raw, emotional, inspiring, and human. On Monday, February 24th, the Staples Center in LA was sold out for Kobe Bryant. Now, that was not the first time it had been sold out for Kobe Bryant,...  Read More
by Jeff Bolger
What do you Watch?
October 18th, 2019
This shouldn’t have to be said, but there is a crazy amount of shows on Netflix and other networks such as USA, HBO, and Hulu that contain plenty of violence and nudity. These should force the Christi...  Read More
by Josh Tolman