Abbey Archive

Embracing Dawn: Emerging from grief, trial, and darkness

By Collegiate Abbey / September 15, 2020

“I long for the Lord more than sentries long for the dawn, yes, more than sentries long for the dawn.” -Psalm 130:6 NLT   There are times in our lives when things are dark. Although they often come on quickly, their effects remain much longer. Grief and trials are a heavy load to carry. Yet…

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The Better Question

By Collegiate Abbey / August 27, 2020

As I reflect back over the last five or six months, I found myself asking a progression of three questions. At the beginning, the question is WHY? Why is this happening? Why is there a global pandemic? Why is racial tension coming to a head right now?  Why is our nation is so divided in…

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Feeding The Dogs

By Collegiate Abbey / August 10, 2020

“Inside of me, there are two dogs. One is evil and the other is good and they fight each other all the time. When asked which one wins I answer, the one I feed the most.” – Sitting Bull Romans 7 is one of the most real and honest chapters in all of Scripture. It…

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