roman-kraft-105792

It’s my first official day of college. I sit at my desk in my dorm room working on a Spanish assignment. Distractedly, I fiddle with my pencil. The college group at the First Baptist Church had passed out fliers for a back-to-school part, and they were going to watch The Lion King and eat ice cream. I really want to go. I love The Lion King. Besides, it’s my first day of college. I should go do something fun. I more »

kiwihug-284614

I remember the very first time I laid eyes on a journaling Bible. It was my senior year of high school, and one of my friends received one as a present. She brought it to Bible class and all the girls ooh-ed and ah-ed over the gorgeous floral cover. Then she opened it and showed us how there were lines on the inside she could use to take notes. It felt weird, being jealous of a Bible. Seemed paradoxical or more »

nathan-dumlao-287713

Confession: I like making everyone happy. And when one of my friends is hurting due to a situation that I can do nothing to fix? Well, during those times I tend to ignore the fact that I can do nothing to fix the problem and go a little crazy trying to do things to cheer them up: Jump through hoops. Attempt to juggle. Tight-rope walk. Join a circus ;) But in all honesty, I know there is nothing I can truly more »

dimitri-tyan-232295

When I was 14, I chose not to date until I had graduated high school. I think my reasoning back then was that I knew dating should help me find who I’m to marry and I knew I was too young to get married anytime soon. That, and I was still terrified to talk to boys anywho. I never wavered on this decision my freshman and sophomore years of high school. But junior year? Well, I was crushing hard on more »