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Ghost Hunt

A Japanese paranormal detective anime that quotes the Bible in almost every episode!



Anger

Anger takes the true feelings from the shadowy places of the heart, and shouts them from the rooftops.



Reformation Bible College

Reformation Bible College (RBC) is located in Sanford, Florida, just 30 minutes north of Orlando. It’s a perfect setting for students to grow in their knowledge of God while enjoying both His creation and the culture of Central Florida. Students have quick access to the scenic wilderness preserves and waterways of Seminole County. Sanford’s historic […]



60 Seconds for Our God

Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years, by McKennaugh I used to own a book a few years ago that was called something like The One-Minute Bible. It was a devotional, and said that it would take you all the way through the Bible in a year. Each devotion was only supposed to take a minute. […]



Stepping Stones: A Monthly Devotional

by Michaela Popielski Well, when you read this it will officially be 2013! I hope 2012 was a good year for everyone. It was good for me. God has showed me his faithfulness in so many ways. Well, this article I think will be on the fear of God. When we think of fear, most […]



Moody Bible Institute

Mission: equip students to handle the Word of God with precision and passion. Moody Bible Institute (MBI) is a Christian institution of higher education that was originally founded as the Chicago Evangelization Society by evangelist Dwight L. Moody in January 1886. He intended it to be a place where young evangelists could learn the skills […]



The Life of Joe

*Story contains a depiction of Hell and may not be suitable for all readers. **Story contains the following words which are used in a non-profane, Biblical manner: Hell Hellish Adultery Lust The Life of Joe, by Andrew It was a dim and bleak life for Joe. His love had died and he was fired from […]



Stepping Stones

A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski Hello guys. I know I say this every article, but I can not believe it’s another month. So crazy. I have to say I didn’t have a set plan for a subject in this month devotional. So I went free lance on this one. one Sunday, or a couple […]



Stepping Stones

A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski I can’t believe we are 9/12ths through with the year. Crazy right? On a different note, for this month’s article, I didn’t really have any inspiration other than God’s love for us. I know this is talked about a lot but the other day I saw a documentary about […]



Stepping Stones

A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski Hey everyone! I can’t believe August is over. Most of if not all of you have probably started school. Well, I wish you luck. On to the devotional. I think this month I will talk about fasting. Fasting, as most if not all of us know is not eating […]



Stepping Stones

A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski Hello guys! Sorry I didn’t write last month. I was on a mission trip and in all the craziness forgot to finish my article. But I am finishing it this month. The subject this month is I think going to be about bitterness. Bitterness is horrible and kind of […]



Answers… for Teens

Homeschooling High School Teens have big life questions and demand solid answers. But as any Christian teen knows, we live in a skeptical society. Peers, teachers, and the world in general will tell you that Christianity is old-fashioned and out of touch with today’s culture. Even worse, false claims and erroneous conclusions about the Bible are […]



Azusa Pacific University

“After being homeschooled for six years,” says Homeschooling Teen columnist Catherine Munoz, “My next step is to attend nursing school at Azusa Pacific University.” She reports, “Azusa Pacific University is considered a homeschooler-friendly private Christian college. I LOVE it: took a tour of the school with my mom and my boyfriend. It is really exciting: […]



Stepping Stones

A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski Hey everyone. I hope May was a good month for everyone. It was crazy for me. But onto June. I got the idea for this month’s devotional from two sources. One was a lesson from a friend’s youth group and the second was Guitar Hero. How these two go […]



In The Bible Q&A

NEW COLUMN! by Sydnee My name is Sydnee, I am a homeschooled sophomore this year. I am interested in Biblical Counseling when I get out of high school. I love being in Church, and being a part of the Great Commission! Question: Hey my name is Madison. What does the Bible say about being separated […]



Grace College

Grace College is an evangelical Christian college located in the historic resort town of Winona Lake, Indiana. The college is associated with Grace Theological Seminary and the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Grace began as a two-year college in 1948, and is currently categorized as a four-year liberal arts school by The College Board. Its […]



Stepping Stones

A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski. Hi! Well, this month I had a ton of trouble trying to find a topic and I realized one right before I started typing this. Rituals. Almost everywhere, everyone and everything has some kind of ritual. Even if they don’t realize it. Get up, brush teeth, breakfast, chores, school. […]



Guess What, You Were Adopted!

Yes, you read right. If you have accepted Christ into you heart, you have been adopted by the King of Heaven. As God’s sons and daughters you now posses the keys to an entire kingdom. Just consider the fact that anything you want you can have, states John 15:7: “But if you remain in me […]



Choosing a Christian College

Gordon Conwell Seminary, Hamilton, Massachusetts You’ve probably heard the statistics, that 50% of Christians abandon their faith during college. It would seem that many Christian students are not prepared to enter the liberal environment of a secular college classroom, where more than half of all professors view Christians with hostility and take every opportunity to […]



A CHRIST Led Life

  What is living your life for Christ really about? This is a question that frequently comes to mind for me. An inquiry that I know most likely have more than one answer. But after asking for counsel from God and a few of my spiritual leaders I found out that living a Christ led […]



For Such a Time as This

Yesterday I pondered on this sentence (the title of this column) as I prayed for the salvation of three of my supermarket colleagues. What if God sent me to this job just so three of my fellow co-workers could get saved? I am not saying that I am here only for that purpose, but asking rather. This question was inquired in the Bible […]



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