Ephraim: A Test of Aptitude – Original Fiction Short Story

Graphic credit: Hayley Boothe “This is it, Ephraim. You take the lead,” the teacher, Roald, says, his voice echoing into the empty cavern. “The Moonstone is tucked away up ahead. Remember to be vigilant, though. We’ve already gone over what creatures you should expect.” Extinguishing the light in his hand, Roald reaches back and grabs…

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GUG Community Flyer

You asked for it and here it is! Print this puppy off to give to your friends, leave around your campus, pin on your board at work, or give to strangers that are walking down the street!   GUG Community Flyer Instructions: Click the link above Press Control + P Select the quantity you would…

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Should Churches Be Taxed?

A popular topic of conversation among Americans lately has been whether or not churches should be allowed tax exemption under the law. The claims are that the money that would result in this taxation would end food stamps and welfare or give homes to the homeless; that the money taken from these religious organizations will end…

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Watch That First Step!

Everyone who experiences God for the first time, through salvation, has a lasting period of practically-invulnerable faith. An encounter with the Creator of the Universe after a life spent without Him up to that point understandably leaves a lasting impression. This time of infatuation wears off though, and it leaves many new Christians wondering what they did…

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The Quill, The Parchment, & The Browser

You step out into an open field with your friends, endless possibilities ahead of you. The smooth leather of your sword hilt rolls under your hand as you twist your weapon over and over, contemplating your next steps. Will your party go to the ancient dwarven caves, chasing the promises of wealth untold, or will…

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