Taylor Swift Theology: Beautiful Eyes


Last Thursday, we covered “Our Song” – the eleventh and last track from Taylor Swift’s 2006 self-titled debut album, Taylor Swift. In 2008, Taylor released Beautiful Eyes, a six-track EP to hold fans over until her second full-length album, Fearless. Beautiful Eyes contains three new songs and alternate versions of three previously released songs from her 2006 debut – “Should’ve Said No,” “Teardrops on My Guitar,” and “Picture to Burn.” Continue reading

Walls Are Not Everlasting


On Sunday, November 9, 2014, the world celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Today, the barrier that once separated Berlin in two has been replaced by a frontier of lights called the Lichtgrenze – an installation made up of thousands of illuminated balloons.

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The Things God Can’t Do


We often remind ourselves of God’s promises. When life becomes uncertain, it is good to remember that God already knows the future. When we feel lonely, we are assured that God will never leave or forsake us. When we face a hard task, Philippians 4:13 tells us we can do everything through Christ who gives us strength. When a situation seems impossible, it is good to know that with God nothing is impossible. As good as it is to know all the things God can do, it is equally good to remember the things He can’t do.

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We Aren’t Exceptions


Even before we arrived, it was pretty much guaranteed that we would make mistakes. At some point in our lives, we would end up failing at something or disappointing ourselves and others. It shouldn’t surprise us that we aren’t perfect. Imperfection is one word that describes everyone. No one is an exception.

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