20 Ways to Make Your Friday Night Anything but Boring

The reality is, you’re not going to live that life sitting at home, binge-watching Netflix on a Friday night. So here are 20 ways to make your Friday night anything but boring…

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Seeking God’s Will and Following Your Dreams

My words of wisdom are: ‘It’s OK to not know what you are doing for the rest of your life at 18 years old.’” I was quite proud of myself. Not so much when I tripped and fell off of the stage moments later.

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How to Keep Growing Over Break

What are you going to do for a whole summer without these people? How will you continue to grow in your faith without your regular meetings, Bible studies, praise and worship nights, socials, and retreats?

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Your Post-Grad, Pre-College Summer Bucket List

You need to make this last summer before college a special one, so I decided to help you out by compiling a list of 30 things to make this your best summer yet.

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Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall

As my personal life and social media routines revolved more around the satisfaction of others, my freedom and ability to love myself was slowly deteriorating.

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Dreaming Like God

Fear can often blind us from truth, and the truth is, decisions made out of fear are rarely the right ones.

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Confessions of a Recovering Youth Group Addict

I was the girl who showed up early to every Life Night, signed up early for every retreat, attended literally 6 Steubenvilles as a high schooler (how is that even possible?), and proudly carried my (somewhat intentionally) tattered Bible around with my everywhere.

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Dealing With Anxiety as a Catholic

When I began to see just how much anxiety was affecting me, I started to pray and pray that God would alleviate this burden from my life.

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Don’t Wait to Join the Fight

The fight between heaven and hell, angels and demons, God and Satan, on the battleground of our souls is happening right this second and it isn’t going to end until the day we die.

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Journeying Through Grief

“Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted” (Matthew 5:4). Recently I attended a grief retreat where participants were grieving the loss of children, parents, family members, illnesses, family separation, relationships, childhood innocence, dreams they once had for the future, and so much more. I witnessed honesty, vulnerability […]

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