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Written by: Jonathan Ecarma, staff writer It was a balmy February day in the Philippines, as Rex Ecarma and his family fled from the corrupt dictatorship of President Ferdinand Marcos and immigrated to the United States of America. Rex Ecarma was born in Cebu City, Philippines to Dr. Romeo and Jacinta Ecarma. He’s the youngest Read More

My Story to Encourage other Believers

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Written by: Alexander Daniels, guest contributor I wrote to encourage my fellow believers in their relationship with the Lord. Throughout my life, I have been amazed by the miracles that I have seen God do in my life and my family’s. I think it’s time for people to hear this story. My hope in writing Read More

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Written by: Emilee Harvey, staff writer The University of Louisville fired football head coach Bobby Petrino after the seventh straight loss, bringing their record to 2-8 for the season. In four seasons, Petrino had a 41-9 overall record from 2003-2006 before he left to coach the Atlanta Falcons for 10 games in the 2007 season. Read More

The importance of gratitude in the midst of pain

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Written by: Samantha Burgess, assistant editor It’s not fair. My job is miserable and overwhelming, I have way too many assignments and extracurriculars, my parents are struggling. How am I supposed to deal with this, God? This was my attitude up until a few weeks ago. I was overwhelmed and, admittedly, ungrateful. But as Christians, Read More