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How I Increase My Faith in the Car

I spend 2 hours in my car commuting daily to and from work. Some people look at me in shock, wondering how I can spend time in the car so much and how it must be such a long drive. To be honest, I don't mind it. I take advantage of this time and listen to music,...

How To Make Time for God in Our Busy Lives

When I first got the nudge to dive deeper in my faith, it was overwhelming. I didn't know where to start - but I knew I needed to learn more about God's will for my life. I was your typical one day a week, Christian. I wasn't spending any time with God outside of...

5 Ways to Inspire Spiritual Growth this Weekend

I am naturally curious and like to work through problems to find a solution. At the beginning of my faith journey, I had so many doubts and so many questions about God. Quite honestly, I didn't know where to start. Luckily, there were so many resources online I could...

Who Do You See When You Look in the Mirror?

It would be naïve to believe we as human beings would get along with each other in all situations. Everyone has their own personalities, and it's inevitable that disagreements will happen.  It's how we respond that makes the difference. I once had a misunderstanding...

3 Things I Did That Helped Me Love the Bible

When I began to take Christianity seriously, I knew it was time to focus on reading the Bible.  Even though I listened to the readings in Church, I had never read the Bible on my own - not even one full chapter. I love setting goals - so I set myself a goal to read...

How This Simple Routine Helped Improve My Faith

When I first got the nudge to dive deeper in my faith, it was overwhelming. I didn't know where to start. I would go to Church on Sunday, live a busy life during the week, and then returned to Church the following Sunday.   I wasn't spending time with God outside of...

Why I Started ‘Becoming Faithful’

My parents are not religious at all, and when I asked my mother why she baptized me, she said it was the right thing to do. Both being in their early twenties, the Catholic tradition offered guidance as they raised their children.   Growing up attending a Catholic...

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