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From Abby “Abs” Amos Yesterday was one of those work out days where I had zero motivation! I hopped on my machine of choice and began plugging away at my routine. To distract me from the rigmarole of […]

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I spent this past weekend at Breakaway (a North Central Region InterVarsity Retreat) with our students from Normandale. Among the students in attendance was my Ugandan friend Ritah. Ritah has been in the United States now for around […]

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From Gretchen Miller: Father, Thank You for this day. For all its joys and sorrows, trials and triumphs, laughter and tears– For the time spent with friends And time spent with family– For tasks completed and tasks yet […]

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From Rob Stearns I had been thinking about a couple verses in Ps 94 for a couple of days when I got the news that a sister of a dear friend of mine had just been diagnosed with […]

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For Christmas my father-in-law bought me Charlie Hall’s newest album “The Bright Sadness“. Whether I’m in my car, working on my laptop, or running/lifting weights with little Gina (my ipod shuffler), I haven’t stopped listening to it for […]

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This is part of my weekly letter written this morning to Consumed’s Intercessors Team… “Are we beginning to commend ourselves again? Or do we need, like some people, letters of recommendation to you or from you? You yourselves […]

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Christmas always moves me emotionally. I don’t think a Christmas season has come and gone without me, at least one time, shedding a tear or two. The thought of the Lord of the Universe becoming a baby never […]

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From Gretchen Miller God has been so gracious to give us some earthly parallels for our finite minds to gain some understanding of His infinite love and intimate relationship with us. And although we know they pale in […]

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From Rob Stearns: Selah (A Christmas Song) A child is born In a faceless farmhouse A child is born The Prince of Peace Prophecy fulfilled She holds him so close To ponder what he means for us Selah […]

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This is my friend Ritah. I am the one next to her glowing like an angel (sorry for the bad picture!). Last evening my family and friends participated in a Multicultural Community Dinner at Normandale Community College. It […]