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Asheville in the Fall

By Hayley Taylor As the fun of summer comes to an end, we enter a new season of life. The summer heat begins to fade and the temperature begins to drop. The bright green tree leaves slowly turn yellow, brown, red, and orange as they float gently through the air. We...

Be Still

By Anastasia Howland Perhaps one of the most clichéd pieces of advice you’ll hear is “Be still.” In fact, we’ve heard it so many times that we hardly stand still long enough to hear the reasons why “being still” could be beneficial before hurrying off to the next...

New Beginnings

By Emily Wells Most people buy their calendars in December in anticipation of January because, technically, that is when the year begins. But for me, the year really begins in August when school starts. That is when I buy my calendar or pocket agenda and begin writing...

Don’t Eclipse God

By Anastasia Howland This August I had the amazing opportunity to travel out west with my family to two places I’d never been before: Idaho and Wyoming. Prior to this trip, all I knew about Idaho was that it produced potatoes. And, embarrassingly enough, the only...

From Death to Life in Christ

By Emily Wells The Easter season is meant to celebrate the life that Christians are given through Christ. Although we should be thankful for it all the time, Easter is the time of year that we focus more attention on the abundant life found in Jesus’s resurrection....