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My Big Fat Greek Definition of Work

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By nature, I’m a dreamer. I could read and ponder my days away, staring into the skies and scribbling in journals to process the many thoughts that rattle about in my heart, soul, and mind. What I am by nature has also been influenced by nurture. I would name many…

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Does Our Daily Work Make Any Difference?

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In my last weeks as an undergraduate student, I spent my daydreaming on my yet-to-be-decided first professional job. I imagined it would match the project work from my capstone courses—research, problem solving, team discussion, discovery, reporting. To say I romanticized the notion of work would be an understatement.

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Quirky People for Jesus

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Of the many mysteries in life that intrigue and baffle me, one in particular has captured my interest lately. It is the mystery of God’s renewing work in His people. God has conquered sin’s grip on us through Jesus’ death on the cross, so we now have a winning chance…

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Putting Your Quirks to Good Use

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If someone were to write a biography of your life, how would it read? Would readers become so engrossed they couldn’t put the book down . . . would they be inspired to live differently . . . would they find courage to pursue a life that changes the world?…

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