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Out of the Darkness Week was a very special week on the Lubbock Christian University campus in early March. What started as a week dedicated to eating disorders and body images blossomed into a program to help students address struggles that are often uncomfortable to address.

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Hello, beautiful! Yes Iâ??m talking to you. I donâ??t know you, but I still think you are beautiful! I know you may be thinking I am strange, but who isnâ??t? I believe we should all be called beautiful once in awhile. Not just the girls, but the guys, too.

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Itâ??s interesting how life can just be going along smoothly then, out of nowhere, a curveball hits you right in the face. Iâ??m not talking a wimpy curveball, but a smash your face in constructive surgery curveball. You know what I am talking about. You injure yourself so badly playing your favorite sport and find out you can never play again.

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More than 300 people packed the Baker Conference Center to hear New York Times best-selling author Dan J. Sanders deliver three presentations at the Leadership Renewal Conference 2010.

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More than 300 people packed the Baker Conference Center to hear New York Times best-selling author Dan J. Sanders deliver three presentations at the Leadership Renewal Conference 2010.

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I’ve always loved summer camp. The smell, the cabins, and the camaraderie that only comes from living with strangers and leaving as best friends. So, when I came to Lubbock Christian University, I had always planned on applying to become a Pine Springs Counselor.

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Can you believe the first month of the New Year is almost over!? I know I canâ??t. It seems like things have hardly started, yet in a way they have. The coming of this New Year has caused me to do a lot of thinking. What is so new about it?

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Lately, at the start of this fresh semester, Iâ??ve been thinking about bravery and what it takes to be truly brave, even what the word brave even means. Is bravery an absence of fear, or is it simply meeting those fears despite being afraid of the outcome? Or is bravery a faith in a power higher than yourself?

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