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Compass Check

  • by Kourtney Kovanis
What kind of statement are you making?
  • by Kourtney Kovanis
Becoming a parent offers a deeper understanding of how our Heavenly Father feels towards us—His children.
  • by Dan Preston
How important is attending services? What can be done to prepare for church each week? What can we do to participate once we get there? We explore these kinds of questions as we discuss what it means to make church happen.
  • by Harmonie Donnerberg
Lack of a father can leave one with emotional trauma that can take a lifetime to heal from. Our heavenly Father knows our pain. Let's look at a few ways we can work through this complex topic of losing a father.
  • by Andy Preston, Olivia Kess
COVID-19 has meant the cancellation or modification of events young people have been working toward and looking forward to for years. Here they share some thoughts on the situation and some suggestions for making the best of it.
  • by Mitchell Moss
Things we learned during the COVID-19 lockdowns that we should continue doing after it's over.
  • by Barry Korthuis
How do we dispel doubts in our personal lives? The example of a former king is insightful.
  • by Dan Preston
As a teenager, you’ve probably been asked a million times, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” The question can get old fast, but it’s a good one to ask yourself.
  • by Steve Nutzman
Notice God’s emphasis on rejoicing at the Feast of Tabernacles in Deuteronomy 16:14: “And you shall rejoice in your feast, you and your son and your daughter, your male servant and your female servant and the Levite, the stranger and the fatherless and the widow, who are within your gates” (emphasis added).
  • by Steve Nutzman
Welcome to our summer issue of Compass Check, written directly with you as a teen in mind.
  • by Nathan Martin
Foul language has been a major problem since the beginning of time. If we don’t watch our use of language, it can become a major bad habit!