Could unconditional love change the world?

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Several decades ago, two researchers published a study called Adverse Childhood Experiences. This study connected the negative behavior of a teenager—and even poor health—to traumatic childhood experiences.

The study isn’t all bad news and depressing statistics, though. The researchers concluded that these behaviors and health issues can be offset by something: love. Continue reading “Could unconditional love change the world?”

God loves us exactly the way we need

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We’ve all felt it. The intense desire to be known. To be loved.

We desire this love to come into our lives not as a result of earning it, but as a result of someone choosing to give it. Because they’ve seen us as worth the risk. Continue reading “God loves us exactly the way we need”

Letter from the Editor: Why I quit serving in church

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Are you sick of all the new year’s articles yet? Or the pressure to choose your word for 2018? I know I am.

I do love the idea of having a yearly focus or a goal—I even came up with a few goals for myself for 2018. But I think what troubled me this year was the focus on all the doing

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