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Koj puas tau ua ib yam zoo rau lwmtus nco, thaum tsis muaj koj lawm

Posted on 8/27/2020 by

Peb raug kaw rau hauv tsev ntau lub hlis, ua rau peb tawm tsis tau mus qhov twg li. Txawm hais tias peb ho tau tawm mus qhov twg los peb yeej tshai kawg li. Wb los kuj raug tej kev nyuaj siab no tib yam nkaus.

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The Secret to Having Victory Over my Giants

Posted on 8/12/2020 by

I’m realizing that there are giants that I have to fight. Giants that go by the name of Inadequacy, Fear and Unbelief. I spent quite some time trying to come up with the best war plan, figuring out which stones would best prepare me for battle. But no matter how hard I tried, I quickly realized that my own attempts failed to grant me victory over the Goliath that stood before me. And it was then that I realized:

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AWM Secretary for 2020-2021

Posted on 8/5/2020 by

Meet our secretary, N. Kx. Tsaav Moob (Jimmy) Yang.

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Freedom from Misplaced Hope

Posted on 7/22/2020 by

In January, America was hit with the tragic news of the death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, and a few others. Regardless if you were into basketball or not, this news was tragic to hear of. To those who grew up watching Kobe, this news deeply affected them. I was never into basketball and those who know me know that I have no athletic bone in me, however this news hit me deeply, but on a different level.

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A Daughter of the Most High King

Posted on 6/23/2020 by

What’s your father’s name? Who are your parents? Whose daughter are you?

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Freedom in Christ

Posted on 5/6/2020 by

We live in a country with many opportunities and so much freedom: the freedom to choose, freedom to love, freedom to worship, etc. Even so, people still feel controlled or enslaved by many things. Freedom can be a relative term. A person can be physically free but not emotionally or spiritually free. Things that can make people feel trapped or bound can be fear, anger, past hurts, addictions, hopelessness, and other struggles.

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Letter from the Director

Posted on 4/14/2020 by

Nyobzoo Cov Thawjcoj Ntawm Txhua Pawg Namtsev, Cov Nam Xwbfwb hab Cov Vivncaug Txhua Tug:

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Set Free From Your Past

Posted on 4/1/2020 by

As long as I can remember, my parents faithfully taught me about the dangers of sin and evil. They read the Bible to my siblings and I and faithfully prayed for and with us. I was taken to church weekly and learned many things about God. One of the most significant things I learned at church was that I needed to be holy because God is holy. From that point on, I desired to live a holy life; however, not having a full understanding of how to do so, I often mimicked what I saw other Christians doing without having any clarity about why I was doing it. I tried to incorporate Christian activities into my life, such as praying and reading my Bible, but only did so with the intent to avoid God’s punishment. Even though I often did not understand what I was doing or why, I felt good about myself as a believer and thought I was on the right track.

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Set Free From Fear, Shame, and Pride

Posted on 3/2/2020 by

I grew up in a shame and honor-based culture where my behavior and life style would define who I was. I also believed I needed to prove to myself and to others my worth. Growing up, my identity was wrapped around being a middle child who had to compete to be seen and gain approval. It wasn't until the gospel transformed me from the inside out that I realized I was a child of God already and did not have to work so hard to strive to live for myself and others because what was given to me was given freely.

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God's Perfect Love

Posted on 1/27/2020 by

When I met my husband, I knew he was called to serve God at a young age. When we courted, I naively told him we could go serve in full time ministry once we married. However, when we got married, the hardship of marriage and life made me renounce my agreement. I felt so condemned and unworthy to serve God.

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