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Close to the Broken Hearted


Whether it was the fact that your childhood was full of broken moments or your more recent circumstances have been full pain and sadness, most of us, if not all, have experienced trials and tribulations. These trials can make us feel broken and wearied.At times, our brokenness can make us feel isolated and far from God. However, the opposite is true. Psalm 34:18 it says, "...

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When the Answer is No

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Did you ever ask for something from your parents when you were younger and they said no? Maybe it was a no to spending the night at your friend's, maybe it was a no to a new toy that you wanted, or a no to the extra piece of birthday cake. As a child, hearing "no" was pretty confusing. Why can't I have another piece of cake? The first piece was delicious so why can't I hav...

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To Everything There is a Season


As I begin to write this, I sit on my couch with the hot sun shining through my windows. Physically, it is spring outside. What about emotionally though? Does it feel like spring to you? Or does it feel like a really long winter that you just can't get out of? Some of us may feel like we're in a season of summer, some like spring, and some will feel like winter. In other w...

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Wake up the Wonder


One unmistakable reality about the age in which we live is that we are absolutely inundated with information. This is a fast-moving avalanche that shows no signs of slowing down. Researchers estimate that about 90% of the world's data was produced in the last 2 years, alone. By this year, 2020, the average internet user will be producing 1.7 megabytes per second. It's no w...

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Fasting for Beginners and New Christians


If I were to guess, fasting is probably something you do not do often. Maybe you have fasted before for health reasons, such as juice cleanses, intermittent fasting, weight loss, etc., but fasting for spiritual purposes is often put on the back burner. It seems hard. It seem a bit painful. It feels like a labor. As humans marred by sin, we don't like things that feel like...

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Easter Week in a Quarantine World


At Veritas, we have a phrase that we use every Sunday. We call Sunday, "Game Day!" I walk around fist bumping people. We shout it out around the room to one another. It's a part of our culture here. Sunday is GAME DAY! I miss being in person on Game Day! And if Sunday is GAME DAY, then Easter Sunday is THE SUPER BOWL.This is the first time that I can remember churches acr...

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What is Maundy Thursday?

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As we observe Holy Week, we pause and reflect on a series of events that radically altered the course of history and changed many of our lives forever. If you grew up in a church tradition that followed the liturgical calendar, all of the events and language surrounding Holy Week might be familiar. However, there are many traditions that don't typically place much emphasis...

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