#100LifeGoals: Building Your Dream

#100LifeGoals: Building Your Dream

I genuinely enjoy the life I live, but it’s not my dream life. I believe the life I dream of is achievable, but to do so I have to make some intentional decisions. My goal in 2014 is architect my…







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The Veneer Gospel: Winans’ Snubs Single Mom and Child

The Veneer Gospel: Winans’ Snubs Single Mom and Child

When I read the story of Charity Grace, I could immediately relate to her experience. Marvin Winans, pastor of Perfecting Church, refused to bless her two-year-old son, Joshua, because he was born out of wedlock. “I’ve never felt so degraded…







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Perfected by Balance: Spelman’s Twin Valedictorians, Kristie and Kirstie Bronner, Share the Role of Faith in Their 4.0 GPAs

Perfected by Balance: Spelman’s Twin Valedictorians, Kristie and Kirstie Bronner, Share the Role of Faith in Their 4.0 GPAs

“I definitely do not feel like I came to school perfect,” said Kirstie Bronner. “I always felt like a 4.0 student was a genius, and I didn’t think that I was a genius. I still don’t think I’m a genius.…







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Taxes and Jesus: About Rendering Unto Ceasar…

Taxes and Jesus: About Rendering Unto Ceasar…

From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required; and from the one to whom much has been entrusted, even more will be demanded. (Luke 12:48) Since college, Luke 12:48 has been one of the founding principles…







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You Can Set a Bunch of New Year’s Resolutions or You Can Complete “This One Thing”

You Can Set a Bunch of New Year’s Resolutions or You Can Complete “This One Thing”

My tendency to procrastinate is by far my biggest weakness and a fatal flaw that I fight daily. Procrastination hinders me from greatness and prolongs the completion of projects that could easily be completed sooner if I would simply focus…







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