Author Archives: Lauren Harrington

Leading By Example

In 1789, our forefathers founded the greatest governmental system in the world. I might be biased, but The United States of America quickly rose as the youngest country to be a world superpower, and has been a leader in the … more »

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Anxiety: “What More Can I Say?”

Sometimes, humans can be stubborn.  Most times, humans will be stubborn.  I have always had to fight the temptation of pride.  When I was younger, I would be under the impression that my way of doing something was the best … more »

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Missio on Calling (1 Corinthians 7:17-24): The Long View

It is the plague of the millennial generation to be unhappy where we are.  In all different circumstances, we believe there is something better.  We believe there is another job or situation that would be more fulfilling, or as Christians, … more »

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Missio on Work (Ephesians 6:5-9): Stamina to Serve

Growing up, I developed a passion for swimming.  It instilled in me many values for which I am very thankful, but the greatest of these values is determination.  I was determined to work hard and do whatever I was told, … more »

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Missio on Joseph: Growth Through Suffering

At some point in life, each of us will be in a position of leadership.  Some might be in prolific leadership positions, perhaps CEO’s or political leaders, while some might inhabit seemingly more humble positions such as parents leading their children.  No matter the position, however, all leaders are … more »

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