Using Creativity the Right Way to Improve Mental Health

Using Creativity to Improve Mental Health

Thinking about thoughts. That’s what we’re doing today. The average person has 60,000 thoughts per day and 95% of them are exactly the same, day in and day out, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Creativity is so closely linked to our mental health, if we realize it or not. A lot of us wouldn’t describe…

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Is my Spiritual Life too Academic?

One time during a college group Bible study a few weeks ago, I mentioned I felt closer to God when I was learning more about Him and learning more about Jesus. I felt closer to God when reading my Bible, articles from Christian magazines and other books about Christianity. I felt closer to God when…

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The Power of Unity in Our Lives

The Power of Unity in our Lives

If you haven’t read my first post about what God taught me during my sophomore year of college, I suggest reading this post first! It’s all about how having a community is vital in our lives and how I discovered that. I left off with this quote from last time: “Because we are all created…

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5 Questions for Reflection

Welcome to the pages of my journal. It’s time for a reflection. It’s time for questioning. It’s time for some changing. Sit back. Let’s read through these questions slowly and ponder for some moments. Maybe something will speak to your heart. What did I die for this week? What did I do that I didn’t…

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The Importance of Community

The Importance of Community

I come to this empty post with some fear and hesitation, but with some excitement as well. I have had this post(s) on my mind for a while now, and I am now building up the courage to start writing it all out. It’s going to be long, but I will try to keep it…

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