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Child of the Kaites: Chapter 11

Wow, we’re already eleven chapters in!  If you need them, you can find previous chapters here.  Are you ready to find out who Lev really is?  Then read this chapter 🙂 A dream awakens me, though its memory is already … Continue reading

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Here’s to Unusual Names

It’s amazing how frequently people mess up your name when your name is Bethany.  They either think you said “Stephanie,” or when they read it they only see the “B” and the “any” and assume you’re Brittany.  Never has this … Continue reading

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Identity: Image-bearers of God–An Introduction

For quite a while now, identity has been near the forefront of my mind.  As I’ve been learning more about who I am in God and who He says we are, the desire to put it in writing and share … Continue reading

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Being Versus Doing

    “It’s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me.” ~Batman, Batman Begins The above quote is from a scene in Batman Begins, in which Rachel, the childhood friend of Bruce Wayne, does not yet know … Continue reading

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Identity

Who am I? This question begins to haunt us in about junior high, and continues to plague us for a while after that.  The answers–or lack thereof–determine what path we follow after high school, what we do with our time, … Continue reading

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Who I Am

“We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.”  ~2 Corinthians 10:5 I recently became a leader in the youth ministry at … Continue reading

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