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    Turning a Blind Eye to an Inconsiderate Person

    Though we were standing right in front of him, the man remained seated and did not budge.

    God Convicted Me of My Bad Work Attitude

    Recently, I overheard a colleague asking her manager about another staff member. He had joined six months ago, but my colleague had not seen him around for a while.

    God Convicted Me of My Bad Work Attitude

    Recently, I overheard a colleague asking her manager about another staff member. He had joined six months ago, but my colleague had not seen him around for a while.

    God Uses Our Brokenness For His Glory

    I was rummaging through a collection of papers and knick-knacks on my bedside dresser when I noticed a card from my sister.

    Stewardship Is Not Just About Money

    My daughter will turn two this summer, and she has a new favorite word. “Mine!” seems to work its way into her limited vocabulary at a pretty regular rate.

    Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist

    Hi, I’m Raphael, and I’m a recovering perfectionist. I’ve been a perfectionist for as long as I’ve lived.

    My Friend Is In God’s Hands

    Yen* and I walked down a narrow alley in silence. A few days earlier, Yen had sent me a text message: “I want to go to this clinic where you can check for AIDS…”

    3 Tips for Handling Conflicts from the Trump-Kim Summit

    So, the big day finally arrived. Yesterday (12 June) the world stopped as US president Donald J Trump met with his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong Un to hash out their plans for world peace.

    Trump-Kim Summit: Real Peace or Fake News?

    Today (June 12), the tiny island-state of Singapore hosted one of the most historic events of our generation—the summit between the president of the United States of America (US), Donald J Trump, and his counterpart from North Korea, Kim Jong Un.

    What Not To Say To Someone Struggling With Mental Illness

    Their eyebrows rose when I told them what I was writing about. I was grabbing lunch at a Christian Writer’s conference, and somehow ended up explaining to two other women that I was writing about my faith journey in light of a bipolar diagnosis.

    What I Wish I Knew When I was 17

    Dear 17-year-old me,

    How exciting it must be! You have the world at your feet, and you’re about to embark upon what some call “the best years of your life.”

    Solo by Name, Solo by Nature?

    When we first meet Han Solo in a seedy Mos Eisley bar on Tatooine in Episode IV: A New Hope, he’s a pirate and smuggler, cynical and smug, all swaggering braggadocio and cold-blooded ruthlessness.

    Solo by Name, Solo by Journey?

    When we first meet Han Solo in a seedy Mos Eisley bar on Tatooine in Episode IV: A New Hope, he’s a pirate and smuggler, cynical and smug, all swaggering braggadocio and cold-blooded ruthlessness.

    Why Do I Always Think I’m Not Good Enough?

    “I’m really stressed,” my friend Anna* sighed, slumping into her seat opposite me at the café. “I need to do well during this probation period, but at the rate my department head keeps criticizing me, I don’t think I’m gonna make the cut.”

    Can Christians Justify Leisure?

    I’m a huge Taylor Swift fan. From her start as an American country artist to her current status as an international pop star, I’ve been there for every stage along the way.

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