Posts Tagged with: reflections

As apart of the awesome Potter’s Field Ignite Program we had our friend Sara Halstead intern with the High School Ministry for 2 months! I asked Sara to write a blog post to share with you all about her time in the Ignite Program and her time doing missions in Kenya. I think you will   

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I’m sure most of us growing up have heard the saying ‘Curiosity killed the cat.’ And in a lot of contexts, that may very well be true. However, the more I traverse this thing called life, the more I find that curiosity itself may in fact be innocent. Before going further, I think it proper   

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I have been reading about morality and ran across this thought from a short book by Tim Keller called “The Skeptical Student”.   Here are some quotes from Keller… “How can you say someone is a good person or a bad person unless you know what they are designed for, what their purpose is?” He   

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While I’ve heard the story of Jonah many times growing up I have to admit that it’s never been a story that has impacted me too deeply: Guy disobeys God, gets eaten by a fish, repents, get’s vomited up and learns his lesson. Practical application? Don’t disobey God or you might get eaten by a   

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