June 27th, 2022

Keiston France

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A summa cum laude graduate of North Carolina A&T State University, Keiston France majored in Journalism & Mass Communication and served as the captain on the men's varsity tennis team. Keiston currently works for NASCAR as a developmental tire changer for Chip Ganassi Racing. His favorite Bible verse is 'Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not yet seen.' Hebrews 1:11

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Who Are You? The #1 Way to Build a Rock-Solid Identity

Have you built your identity on what you do for a living or what you have? Jesus teaches us that there's a better way, here's how.

How Good Intentions Can Turn Believers Into Slackers

As Believers, we must guard ourselves against things that rob our focus and purpose. Can good intentions also make us slackers?

Forgiveness Surgery: When Ice Packs & Band-Aids Won’t Heal Your Heart

When we experience emotional injuries, only the surgery of forgiveness can put our hearts back together. The great physician will see us now.

Reconciliation: The Big Picture of What God is Doing

While we may be hyper-focused on the minute details of life, God is focused on reconciliation with the world. Take a look at the big picture.

What Does the ‘Team’ in Team Jesus Mean to You?

When we call ourselves Team Jesus, how are we living out the word team with each other? This is what 'team' means to us.

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Dr. Thema Bryant Bridges Trauma Healing and the Church

New American Psychological Association president, Dr. Thema Bryant, helps break Christian stigmas around therapy.

Better Than Top Coat: The Blood of Jesus Covers and Protects

The blood of Jesus Christ provides the ultimate "top coat" protection for the body of Christ. Never forget the benefits of the blood.

5 Ways to Keep the Diet Culture from Damaging Your Identity in Christ

Has society's diet culture shifted our focus from our identity in Christ? Here's how to know who you are no matter your weight, size, or figure.

Christian Living is a Team Sport, Don’t Go At It Alone

Christian living is a "we" thing, not a "me" thing. Learn how our faith walk gets better when we do it together versus in isolation.
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