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Summit reflection video on the 2nd Sunday of Lent with Stephanie Espinoza.
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by Stephanie Espinoza
In their own way, the small suffering that comes with the sacrifices we make in Lent begin a transformative work in our hearts so that we may better face the greater sufferings that life will inevitably bring.
by Sam Brebner
Now, I don’t know if you’ve tried turning away from sin and being faithful to the gospel, but let me tell you, it doesn’t happen instantly. No one achieves Mother-Teresa-level-holiness overnight. It’s a journey – but so is Lent!
by Amy O'Connell
I see openness. I see God unveiled. I see a heart aching to reach mine. I see arms stretched out as though to embrace.
by Sarah McMahon
I recently saw this meme on my feed and thought “haha so true.” Then, I texted my friend to complain that I don’t have a great community where I’m living yet. Then, I went back to watching Fixer Upper until it was time for bed, said some prayers, and drifted […]
by Life Teen
Use these wallpapers as a reminder to enter into this season daily.
by Amanda Grubbs
As a result I have so many fun memories of great adventures, a true understanding of the importance of prayer time, and a list of numerous hobbies I love.
by Leah Murphy
Celebrating and having a good time is possible without letting our senses and desire for worldly things rule us.
by Dom Quaglia
However, I worry that if we don’t learn to use things for the good of the Kingdom of God, we might be missing the boat. It’s the same with using your humor to glorify God, or using your body to glorify God, or using your music to glorify God – we can use our phones the same way.
by Mark Hart
Here’s the thing about Lent: Your thing is your thing. What you give up and what you add on is between you and God, not you and your friends.
If, however, you take every opportunity (consciously or unconsciously) to share just how much you’re giving up or how much you’re doing, it’s not holiness you’re seeking — it’s attention.
by Julie Lai
A few months ago two people came in a health clinic in San Bernardino and shot and killed 14 people; one of those lives that were taken was my cousin.