God is all about small beginnings. It doesn’t matter to him how far gone we feel we are, how messed up, how weak or afraid we are, all he cares about is that we start somewhere. He loves to see the work begin, so that he can help us become who we are meant to be.
About Alexis ColvinAlexis Colvin is a writer and editor for the Bay Area Christian Church, and is passionate about using her creative skills to apply spiritual concepts to music and other forms of pop culture.
College is a time of discovery. We are (mostly) on our own and able to make our own decisions for the first time in our lives. We can discover what we enjoy, what we believe, and who we want to be. College is a unique experience because it is the first time we start to take sole ownership and control over how we want to be defined. What type of person do we want to be? What type of student? The type of friend?
Friends are people who know you really well and like you anyway.
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It's graduation day. You impatiently stand in the blistering heat with the other graduates, waiting for the sweet relief of blah blah blah
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