Choosing God

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Choosing God

10, December, 2013Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Photo by Calvin Yao “For he chose us in him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless in His sight” (Ephesians 1:4). I’ [...]

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His Love Overcomes

27, September, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Photo by Phoebe Ng   Sometimes you wake up and you need to be told that God loves you with a love stronger than death. A love that outlasts death. Yo [...]

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The One Who Says “I Do”

13, September, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Art by Phoebe Shen   God as a Father has always resonated with me. When God first moved in my heart, I was a teenager and my aunt started singing the [...]

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Redeeming Ordinary Things: Tumblr

23, July, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar   If you don’t already have a Tumblr blog, then people, don’t get one. Tumblr is an even bigger time-waster than Facebook: full of shiny, [...]

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On Fake Flirting and Poke Wars

03, July, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Photo by Phoebe Ng   Okay so today let’s talk about one of those tiny things in life. Specifically, the Facebook poke.   Facebook is one o [...]

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Worry and Stress: Bible Emergency Numbers

12, March, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Photo by Camille Fairbanks   Worry.   It’s a big part of life.   It usually starts in high school, especially junior and senior year, [...]

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Redeeming Ordinary Things: Mirrors into Bibles

06, February, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Photo by Camille Fairbanks   Life is made up of little things. Like that half an hour before school when you drag yourself out of bed and stumble int [...]

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Starting the Journey

21, January, 2012Posted by :Claire Hellar(0)Comments

Written by Claire Hellar, Photo by Camille Fairbanks     I’ve always had big plans for the future. Growing up, I’d always be looking impatiently ahead for the [...]

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