What is True Fulfillment?

Teenagers struggle with fulfillment. Somehow, as we transition from children to adults, we begin feeling this never-ending thirst for something. We don't know what it is, but we certainly feel that it can be filled. Some seek this fulfillment in family or a significant other in the hope that a relationship will fill this gap. …

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Five Hacks to Get Your Blog Ranked Higher

Blogging is a difficult job. Countless hours are spent writing, optimizing, marketing, and sharing. We bloggers barely have room to breathe. Thankfully, there are several shortcuts that can, in fact, increase your blog traffic and save you a lot of time in the future. If you aren't incorporating these hacks, now would be an excellent …

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The Liebster Award 4.0

Alright, and we are back with another award- our fourth Liebster award! Thank you so much to Debby from DebbySEO for this nomination. While I usually don't participate in awards I've already received, I seriously liked the way she's changed it to make it more special, and so here we go. The rules are simple: …

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Four Crucial Tips For Young Bloggers

Being a good blogger means standing out from the rest. Too many young bloggers begin their journey, mimicking their peers, only to give up after two months with no followers. The reason? They lacked individuality and professionalism. I have been blogging for almost four years, though the first three shouldn't count. I had six followers …

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God’s Glory Through Sinful Man

God's glory is perhaps the most fascinating and central subject for a Christian. It is a key factor to the death and resurrection of Christ, and actually is one of the reasons for Christ's death in the first place. Furthermore, God's glory is the biggest reason for Christians to act as they do. Truly, it …

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Success In Christ- Guest Post by Ian Fischer

It’s in our nature to work and aspire. Some of us are loud and outspoken, while others are quiet and reserved. Ambition and aspiration are in all of us -adults, teens, Christians, and non-Christians. Many share common goals such as: 1.     Desiring a certain job/career.  2.     Aiming to be popular. 3.     Gaining wealth. If you asked a random …

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Does God Hear Me When I Pray?

Prayer is one of the key foundations of Faith. Much of our Faith, as Christians, hinges upon it, and without it, we are rendered completely unable to grow in relationship with Christ. Many would describe such a man as a "dead Christian", having Faith but lacking fruit. A Christian's spiritual walk involves prayer from the …

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600 Followers Celebration!

Well that was...fast. Didn't we just have the last one about two and a half weeks ago? Yes, we did. My blog not only set a new personal record for the fastest time to gain 100 followers (in two weeks, actually given that I hit 600 a few days ago), but it also set massive …

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What We Learned from Pride and Prejudice

Up until yesterday, Pride and Prejudice was the most hated book in my library. In fact, I hated it so much I would have burned it, were it not for the sake of my close friend Katelyn, I would have done so. What changed? Originally, I had three major complaints against Jane Austen's legendary masterpiece. …

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Culture vs. Culture

Recently, a friend of mine, Micah Winnberg, sent me a song. This wasn't anything new, as my friends send me songs all the time, but the song itself was special. What first caught my attention was the thumbnail- the song's writer was covered in tattoos and piercings. And, since 99% of my musical diet consists …

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The Real Neat Blogger Award

Hey, another award, and this time, it's a new one! Thanks to my good blogger friend (and supporter) Joshua Swanson for the nomination. Joshua, you're awesome, and I love reading your blog. Your posts are always so encouraging! Guys, if you aren't following his blog, I encourage you to do so! You can do that …

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Overcoming Differences Within the Church

The church is divided. Contrary to the formation of the original church, the modern church has over 33,000 denominations, with more being formed every day. It seems that denominations can even be formed over small disputes in the church, something as little as a theological dispute. That's not a big deal, right? Well, it is, …

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Three Things We’ve Learned in Quarantine

Quarantine has proven quite fruitful in our pursuit of knowledge. Many are using this time to learn or grow in certain areas, taking full advantage of the time presented to them. Others descend into madness, deprived of human interaction and lacking the necessary motivation to get up and do something. Which are you? Quarantine has …

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Avoiding Passivity in a Time of Crisis

Four days ago, I published a post talking about the Universal Sabbath. The post was well received, but one of the comments stuck with me. A woman gracefully reminded me of the fact that this is a crisis, not a vacation. While many of us are stuck in our houses, there are others out there …

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Throwback Saturday: The Politics of YouTube

I spend around three hours a week on YouTube. While not even close to the amount of time others may spend on the mega site, three hours is still a lot. In fact, three hours is enough to do a very long, very nice blog post or advertise this blog. These are three hours that …

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