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  1. Ebola Medical Personel

    Fighting Fiercely: A Response to the Ebola Crisis

    Our Editor-in-Chief, Alissa Sandoval, summarizes her experience working with Samaritan's Purse this summer. She shares what she learned through being involved with working on the Ebola Crisis and how The Lord has changed her perspectives because of what she experienced!

    By Alissa Sandoval

  2. Editor-in-Chief

    A Letter from Your Editor

    Find out about the theme of the Spring 2014 issue.

    By Rebecca Nakashima

  3. Separation of Church and State2

    The Intersection of Sacred and State

    Christians can justifiably be either a Democrat or a Republican. It all boils down to who is in charge of what issues - the church or the state.

    By Heather Pape

  4. A Day on The Metro

    A Day on the Metro

    Steve Day sets out to discover the world that can be reached with a Metro day pass.

    By Steve Day

  5. Waste and Materialism2

    Own Your Stuff: Treasuring not Trashing

    Examining the tendency to buy more than we need, or even want.

    By Kahlie Colwell

  6. From A SIngle Thread

    From a Single Thread: Turning Passion into Action

    From a calling comes passion, from passion flows obedience, which evolves into something beautiful and complex.

    By Tayllor Lemphers

  7. Eyes to Behold2

    Eyes to Behold

    Anytime we closely analyze the meaning of the beauty around us, God himself is more fully revealed to us.

    By Augusta McDonnell

  8. Urban and Local Missions

    To the Ends of the City

    Our automatic reaction should not always be to serve overseas and forget that the local mission field has the same need for the gospel.

    By Nicole Miller

  9. Serving After Service2

    Serving After Service

    Let’s get involved and stop treating church like a Sunday morning show, becoming givers rather than consumers.

    By Kathryn Toombs

  10. Living Intensionally2

    Living In[tension]ally

    Are we being intentional enough about our interactions with people of other races and ethnicities?

    By Thomas Harlander