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Embracing the Same Old Thing

by Alexa Hess

Our lives are marked by seasons. Sweet spring turns into sweltering summer. Crisp fall turns into chilly winter. We tend to mark the events in our lives in terms of seasons as well. The abundance of weddings at a particular time of the year is referred to as “wedding season.”…

Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament

by Aubrey Coleman

Originally published on The Daily Grace Co. blog on October 11, 2021

The wonderful story of the Bible—all 66 books—is about creation, fall, redemption, and glory. And the story of Jesus—the One who makes redemption possible–begins in the very first pages of the Bible.…

Incline My Heart: Prayers from Psalm 119

by Shelby Turner

When I was young, I often sang a hymn that included these words: “Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light onto my path.” Each time I come across these words in Scripture, my memory is jogged and in my memories, I hear that familiar tune sung by a group of elementary kids in a small Sunday school classroom decorated with colorful pictures of Bible characters.…

5 Things Christians Should Know About Depression

Depression is complex, and Christians are not exempt from battling with depression. There are so many examples in scripture of people that dealt with depression, and today we talk about how we as believers should navigate this difficult road. If you struggle with depression or want to come alongside someone who struggles with depression, this video will be helpful to you. …

In Times of Change

by Kyra Riley Daniels

I recently watched a Netflix docuseries called Babies, which follows multiple infants’ development within their first years. My favorite episode is the one on growth spurts. This episode showcased the work of Michelle Lampl, MD, Ph.D., who is a professor at Emory University and the Director of Emory University’s Center for the Study of Human Health.…

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