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We Are Influenced By What We Ingest

Posted by Kaci Piccillo on

I distinctly remember the first time I wore skinny jeans.  I was a sophomore in high school, and Omega was doing its annual fall outreach, Fall Classic, where we divide the four different grades into teams for an ongoing competition.  My class was assigned to be the “Sophomore...

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When to Give Up

Posted by Carolina Andes on

When the dishes are piled a mile high, and you don't remember the last time there weren't two loads of laundry waiting, a forgotten load in the wash, and still piles of unfolded clothes. When your only option for clean clothes is rummaging through said unfolded laundry. When your toddler...

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Go Fish

Posted by Kaci Piccillo on

Fishers of Men Alright, Kaci.  Right over here I have some goldfish.  They are kind of on their last life anyway, so what I’m going to need you to do is put on these goggles… I had just been ushered onstage in front of one thousand high schools students, blinded by...

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Notice Thy Neighbor

Posted by Lauren Koski on

"Linda, don't feed that cat…" Roger and Linda Decker welcomed a stray into their little, pink house in Hayward a few years ago. It was just another feral nuisance, who happened to be adorable — and pregnant — and Roger wasn't immediately a fan of the idea. "Too late, I've...

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What's The Best That Could Happen

Posted by Tatiana Soriano on

If you know someone who doesn't know Christ, put your finger on your nose! FYI - it takes forever to type with my finger on my nose. When I'm in a room full of rowdy kids for children's ministry, I ask them to put their fingers on their noses if they can hear me. As everyone catches on, the room...

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How Many Colors Do You See?

Posted by Stephen De La Vega on

We see colors when light refracts. That's God's design. He designed us in His image. How many colors do we see when we look at each other? Jesus chose a Samaritan as the good neighbor, and He spoke with a Samaritan woman at a well. Jesus was a Jew and Jews didn't like Samaritans, yet when He...

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Finding Freedom This Easter

Posted by Carolina Andes on

I remember being as young as seven the first time I felt like I hated myself. I remember never feeling good enough, and always having to try so hard to get people to like me. But it never worked, and the older I became the more worthless I felt; the more worthless I felt, the more my life fell...

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Everything Just Feels Right

Posted by Lauren Koski on

Two miniature martial artists toddle off the mats of the Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu martial-arts school and into the arms of their mother, Miriam Del Rosario. There’s a pause for some gulps of water, two content exhales, and Miriam leads her little boys out to the car. Jacob and Sam secure...

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Freedom – Unleashed for a New Master

Posted by Stephen De La Vega on

Freedom – Unleashed for a New Master Patrick Henry had the right idea when he stood before the Virginia Convention and said, “Give me liberty or give me death.”  He wanted freedom, but not just freedom from British rule.  He wanted freedom to be an American, freedom...

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To See The Lion

Posted by Matt Thomas on

Although I am a very big fan of C.S. Lewis, I had not, until recently, read any of his books from the Chronicles of Narnia series. Many of you will no doubt click away at this admission, rightly suspicious by this fact that I am not actually a believer of any sort. For those of you...

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