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How to Fight for Faith in the Darkness

By Kristyn Perez

The past year has been one of darkness for many. Whether due to illness, fear, political divisions, or injustices, it has been a heavy season. The CDC reports that anxiety and depression rates in America are up to 42%, compared with 11% the previous year.…

The Freedom of Vulnerability

By Alexa Hess
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

Within the past several months, my husband and I have moved across the country to settle in a new city. And while I have been adjusting to a different rhythm of lifestyle and location, I’ve found that my fear isn’t of a new place but rather, a fear of new people. 

Community feels much easier when you’re already known by those people.…

Committing to Act and Uphold

By Sarah Morrison   
Former Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Exodus 17 tells a story of Israel defeating Amalek against all odds. Up to this point in the book of Exodus, we observe a history of God calling Moses to do things out of the ordinary and then working miracles through them—a staff turns into a serpent, water spills from a rock, manna falls from heaven. Exodus 17:8-14 shares yet another story:  

Then Amalek came and fought with Israel at Rephidim. 

How Jesus Modeled True Friendship

By Aubrey Coleman  
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

As Christians, we were created for relationships. Ever since the beginning of creation, God never intended for us to be alone. Jesus, Himself, was surrounded by faithful disciples and friends during the span of His life and ministry on earth.…

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