Posts by Cejay Moore

Community (Jonathan Bunnell)

It takes a village to raise a child. We’ve all heard those words. We’ve all put ourselves in the shoes of the village raising the child. Have you ever taken a moment to think about it from the view of the child though? The kid never asks for the community to raise them, it just happens. We have no idea if the kid even wants to be a part of that community. For most of my life, I did not…

Friendship

Tim Keller once said that not all of us are called to be mothers, fathers, husbands, or wives, but we’re all called to be friends. We want friends. We need friends. When friendship is lacking in our lives, our quality of life is lacking. Our jobs are more enjoyable when we work with friends. Our classes are more bearable when we study with friends. Our weekends are more fun when we play with friends Friendship is one of our greatest…

Pathways (Ben Jamison)

My first semester at WKU was tough, and that’s probably an understatement. I didn’t do much, I didn’t meet many people, and honestly I just didn’t have a lot of fun. This resulted in me coming to the conclusion that I needed to transfer. If you would have talked to me over winter break, I would have told you that without a doubt in my mind that I was leaving WKU and going to Grand Canyon University in Arizona. Then,…

Forgiven & Forgiving (Maila Sorce)

What does it mean to forgive yourself? First of all, what is forgiveness? Let me share a quote to help make things clear: “Forgiveness doesn’t mean you’re no longer hurt. Forgiveness doesn’t mean that you have to be friends with this person again, and forgiveness doesn’t mean you trust them. … Forgiveness is not a matter of feeling, it’s a decision.” -Father Mike Schmitz Father Mike Schmitz has a YouTube video on the channel Ascension Presents that could not explain…

Stress on Display (Anna Kate Hawkins)

During my senior year of high school, I had an amazing opportunity to work at the local museum in my hometown where I was the secretary and helped create and put together new displays. In the fall of that year, my boss came to me asking if I would attend their board meeting to discuss a new project for the museum. I was the youngest person in that room by at least forty years, and let me tell you… it…

Running the Race (Emma Wells)

In the summer Olympics, the relay race is an event made up of a team of four runners.  Between the start and finish lines are areas called the change zones where batons are passed off between the respective runners in their endeavor to win the race.  We, as Christians, also have a race to run.
Hannah Gill

To Love the Word (Hannah Gill)

We all know there are those out there who absolutely love reading and those who despise it. Well friends, if you’re anything like me, you hate reading.
Ben Jamison

To know that I don’t have to know (Cejay Moore)

Eighteen years. Eighteen years is how long it took me to somewhat understand the Gospel. I say somewhat, because, to be completely honest, I still don’t understand it entirely. It’s the craziest, most ambiguous love story I’ve ever read. Somehow a crazy, ambiguous love story written to me, and written to you. It’s this overwhelming, factual book filled with testimonies, promises, and commandments. Sixty six books and 1,189 chapters, packed with Scripture that were breathed out by God. It took me…