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Guest Post "To Tattoo or not to Tatoo part 1" by Professor Cahill

I recently began researching tatoos and what the bible says about it. I came across my Prof Cahill's blog where he did some research himself, and far better articulated than I can be. After a conversation with him I asked if I could post his blog here. If you want


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Motivation, what happens when you lose it?

Motivation, what happens when you lose it? I have no clue. Do we gather a posse and hope it's found quickly? Do we lay back down and hope we don't ever see it again? Do we discuss with people and see if they've found it? I have struggled since March


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"Bring Your Spandex"

Sometimes you have friendships that just make sense. One of those I've been blessed with is Nate Powell. To better explain how interesting of a friendship we have last year, I received the below message as I prepared to serve with him at camp. "Nate Powell 5/16, 10:27am


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Why do I call myself, "Auggie"?

Why do I call Myself, Auggie. That's a question I get quite often. Most people won't ask, but those who do get the same general answer. My given name is James August Mueller. I was given both grandpa's middle names. I've been known as, Jimmy, Jim, James, J., but all


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I need to be nicer

During my WOM (week of ministry for all those non Nebraska Christian people) I really began to feel God placing things on my heart. At the college I'm at I'm around 10 - 15 years older than most people there. During my trip I uttered this phrase a lot. But


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Week of Ministry Recap - Good, Bad, and All inbetween

First off these are my opinions, they do not respresent my college, the group I attended with, to the groups in Salt Lake City we helped. This was a growing trip for me. First off I was 10 or more years older than the people on the trip. And I


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Week of ministry Day Six

This is our last full day. It started with us prayer walking the campus of Utah valley university. This campus was beautiful and amazing. We then proceeded to BYU. That campus is 96 percent Mormon, and is fully funded by the Mormon Church. Meaning they receive no government funding for