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The Apple Watch and Old Testament Laws

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So I got an Apple Watch for Christmas. To be honest, I wasn’t sure I wanted one, but I was curious enough to throw some hints Megan’s way and she went in with my in-laws to get me one. And now that I have it I fiddle with the thing all the time, of course. What’s been...

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Wednesdays: Same but Different

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For years, Wednesday night has been the focal point for many changed lives at Chapel Hill. If you’ve been attending for a significant amount of time at Chapel Hill, you’ve probably been touched by a ministry that ran on Wednesday, from Men’s Life to FPU and many more...

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The One Time Jesus Was Angry

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Our imagination is sometimes crippled when it comes to reckoning with the emotions of Jesus. One of the incredible things we believe is not just that Jesus is fully God, but that he is fully man, with all of the range of emotions and experiences that being a human being involves. Tears...

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Soul Sickness

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 My preferred mode of exercise is running, but lately I’ve been slacking. Three months slacking. Rain and a toddler will do that to you. But this past weekend, what with the sunny skies, I finally got back outside and ran. It turns out, when you let your body lie fallow for three...

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The Silent Circle

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REGISTER FOR THE MEN'S MEXICO TRIP MAY 17-21 Did you know that 21 percent of the population of Mexico is composed of indigenous people? Or that there are 62 languages spoken by Mexican people besides Spanish? Our group of students learned this last week in the midst of a couple of...

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