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Three Reasons You Should Have a Mentor

February 2, 2016
Three Reasons You Should Have a Mentor

When you’re asked to name a person who has made a lasting impact in your life (for the better), who comes to mind?

For me, it’s Sheri. And the funny thing is, it wasn’t until after she moved to a province far away I realized what I had lost—a mentor.

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Discernment and Surviving the School Jungle

September 22, 2015
Discernment and Surviving the School Jungle

School seems to get the brunt of blame for kids that don't turn out quite right…or don't discover their potential.

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When is Doubt Sin?

August 4, 2015
When is Doubt Sin?

Doubt is a lot like the wind—you can't physically see it but you know when it's there. Since it's tough to relate to something we can't see it makes sense why we use metaphors like a downward slope or a raging river when we talk about doubt.

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Does My Work Reflect My Faith?

May 5, 2015
Does My Work Reflect My Faith? by Robyn Roste

Does art reflect culture or does culture reflect art? Although the updated version could just as easily replace “art” with “television” or “social media,” the age-old debate is no less contentious.

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Questions without Answers

February 3, 2015
Questions without Answers

There is a concept in 1 Peter 3:15, which gives me a lot to think about: “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have,” (NIV).

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Screaming into Deaf Ears

November 4, 2014
Screaming into Deaf Ears

A few nights ago I caught a documentary/reality show about a girl addicted to cola.

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Everyday Parables

September 23, 2014
Everyday Parables

How consistently do you use everyday events to show Christ to others? Do you take the opportunities presented to you to teach?

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Am I Really Saved Forever?

March 18, 2014
Am I Really Saved Forever?

Between university semesters, I was a summer camp counsellor. Each summer I took training to answer every tough question the kids threw at me.

Well, not every question.

How could God really create the world in seven days?

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Total Recall—How to Make Short-Term Information Long-Term Memories

November 19, 2013
Total Recall—How to Make Short-Term Information Long-Term Memories

There are many effective and original methods to memorization. People remember differently and it's important to find a way that works for you.

Memorization is the focus of this issue of Insights magazine.

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How to Battle Dandelions and other Sneaky Weeds

October 29, 2013
How to Battle Dandelions and other Sneaky Weeds by Robyn Roste

A few years back I read a humorous blog post called My War Against Dandelions. In it the writer, Avey Christiansen, wrote this.

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