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Fear of Man

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

The school bully runs the halls like a cruel dictator. His followers trail behind him, assisting him with the day’s intimidation tactics. Nerds and other students considered low on the school’s social hierarchy cower behind their lockers.

The Best Gift Giver

By Kristyn Perez 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

I was sitting with my friend at the local, college coffee shop as she anxiously gripped her steaming coffee mug. She struggled to look me in the eyes. Nervously, she fiddled with her hair and glanced side to side around the room, almost as if to make sure that he wasn’t there. …

Making the Most of the Lord’s Time

By Aubrey Coleman  
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

When looking to the week to come, do you grab your calendar and prioritize the events of the week, filling in the spaces with extra housework or errands? Or do you prepare for scheduling in prayer, asking God to shape your time in the way He desires it to be spent?…

Words Matter

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Think about a time when words were spoken to you that have never been forgotten. Maybe it’s a name you were called in middle school or a comment a teacher made to you after a failed test.…

Power in the Name of Jesus

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

As I ran through my list of errands, I found myself stopped at a red light with low volume lyrics playing from the radio, making themselves stand out in the background, “there is power in the name of Jesus.” I had not been paying attention to the song, but for some reason the line made me stop in thought.…

True Simplicity

By  Kayla Colvin  
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 6 

Simplicity: It’s a word often used in today’s world. Minimalism is trending, and  “the simple life”  is dangerously close to idolization for most. Pinterest and Instagram are full of examples and tutorials on how to simplify. …

Love in the Time of Corona

By Laura K. Weld 
Guest Contributor 

It isn’t explanations we need. It’s a person. We need Jesus Christ, our refuge, our fortress, the stronghold of my life. It takes desolation to teach us our need of Him. 

Elisabeth Elliot, Suffering is Never for Nothing 

I read Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s classic, Love in the Time of Cholera, probably twenty years ago now.…

The Comparison Game

By Kayla Colvin  
Guest Contributor 

If there’s one thing that this pregnancy has taught me, it’s that I have a terrible habit of comparing myself to others. As my body grows bigger, so does my human nature need for affirmation. With the weekly updates and clickable hashtags, I consistently and begrudgingly find myself comparing my size and lifestyle against women all over the world.…

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