Young Adults

  • How to Build Christian Community as Young Adults

    How to Build Christian Community as Young Adults

    One of the hardest parts of being a young adult is building Christian community. Whether you live in your hometown and are trying to find new friends since your hometown friends have...

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  • Combating Work Burnout with God's Word

    Combating Work Burnout with God's Word

    For the past year or so, many people have experienced burnout at their jobs. Whether you work in an office, at home, or in ministry, you’ve likely felt the pressure. Many people had to...

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  • The Grateful Drive-Thru Guy

    The Grateful Drive-Thru Guy

    Have you ever experienced a seemingly mundane interaction that was actually very impactful? I have. But I didn’t notice at first. Let me tell you what I mean.

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  • The Attitude of Discipleship

    The Attitude of Discipleship

    Where do our attitudes come from? It seems like a basic question, but I think it’s more complex than we might think. Let me explain. Attitudes are, roughly defined, our states of...

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  • Vocation Formation

    Vocation Formation

    Recently, I was having a conversation with my daughter about what she wants to be when she’s “grown up.” For some reason, something so obvious struck a chord within me that I want to...

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  • Woven with Christ : An Image of Christian Relationships

    Woven with Christ : An Image of Christian Relationships

    What skill are you just now beginning to learn? Can you recall the last new skill that you learned? With the year we have had, perhaps you learned something technology-related to...

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  • Humility as Seen in John the Baptist

    Humility as Seen in John the Baptist

    This blog post is adapted from Redeemed: Our Lives as Sinners and Saints by Dan Hoppen.

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  • 2021 CPH Interns5:15

    2021 CPH Interns

    Learn more about the CPH internship program through the eyes of the 2021 interns. These interns share their experiences working in curriculum, copywriting, marketing, and public relations. To learn mo

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  • Faith Lessons I’ve Learned from Running

    Faith Lessons I’ve Learned from Running

    I’ve been running for the past five years or so, and while I wouldn’t consider myself a professional by any means, I like to think I’ve learned a thing or two over the past few...

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  • Finding Your Strengths in the Lord

    Finding Your Strengths in the Lord

    God has blessed us all with different talents, and sometimes, it might feel like other people’s abilities are better or more useful than your own. I know I have felt like this at times,...

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  • Covered Head to Toe

    Covered Head to Toe

    I have worked my fair share of odd summer jobs, including working in carnival food carts: from shoveling out your favorite snow cone or grabbing the monster bag of cotton candy to...

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  • Become a Lifelong Learner of God’s Word

    Become a Lifelong Learner of God’s Word

    When you hear the word learning, what comes to mind? I’m guessing that one of the first things you think of is school. You might recall memories of classrooms, teachers, desks, and long...

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  • One of a Kind, Uniquely Created

    One of a Kind, Uniquely Created

    This post is adapted from Words of Strength and Promise: Devotions for Youth. Read below for a devotion written by Juliana Shults.

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  • God’s Gift of Rest under a Tiny Tree

    God’s Gift of Rest under a Tiny Tree

    For as long as I can remember, the word rest has never been in my vocabulary. As a child, my parents reported that I would constantly move and shift items around in my room, rearranging...

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  • Three God-Given Ways to Support Your Mental Health this Summer

    Three God-Given Ways to Support Your Mental Health this Summer

    I’m so glad it’s summer. There are many reasons for this—sunshine! patio dining! sundresses! But the number one reason is that it’s simply not winter.

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  • What is God Calling Me to Do?

    What is God Calling Me to Do?

    This is an adapted excerpt from Walking Together: Simple Steps for Discipleship by Ted Doering.  What is God saying? This is a question about knowledge. What is God calling me to do?...

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  • Messy Feelings and God’s Design

    Messy Feelings and God’s Design

    This post is adapted from Finding Hope: From Brokenness to Restoration by Heidi Goehmann.

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  • Anxious Mind, Gracious God

    Anxious Mind, Gracious God

    Today at work, I had an incredibly anxious day. Nothing bad or abnormal happened. I woke up, got dressed, clocked in, and already felt on edge. To my co-workers, I most likely appeared...

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  • Four Rs of an Ordinary Life

    Four Rs of an Ordinary Life

    This post is adapted from Callings for Life: God’s Plan, Your Purpose written by Jeffrey Leininger.

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  • Navigating the Darkness

    Navigating the Darkness

    A pitch-black street familiar to me is illuminated by streetlights and the warm glow of headlights from early-riser commuters. I live alongside one of the major highways that serves as...

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