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Say It Like You Mean It

Rachel Chimits
August 3, 2020

Bad apologies are easy to find and even easier to produce, but what exactly makes a genuinely good apology?

One golden example of how not to make amends would be our dearly beloved Justin Bieber. He has left these glorious tidbits indelibly inscribed on social media and the internet for all posterity.

When We’re a Friend of Job

Rachel Chimits
July 8, 2020

When we’re trying to comfort or advise someone who is suffering, we want to be truthful but also careful and loving, so how do we balance both?

There’s a good man. He fell in love and married young; he and his wife went through some rough times, but they overcome together. They have years of faithful, worthy marriage under their belts.

Forged in the Right Fire

Rachel Chimits
June 8, 2020

The world and the Bible have very different ideas about love in all its various forms, so where exactly do these definitions diverge?

The age-old human tradition of rubbernecking at dumpster fires is a well-documented one and thoroughly practiced throughout all generations, ranging anywhere from the 1897 novel Irene Iddesleigh to the Netflix documentary Tiger King and beyond.