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Amy Kessler

Amy Kessler interned with the Boundless team in 2011 and is a journalism graduate from Biola University with a minor in biblical studies. She has experience in newspapers, magazines, blogging, social media and online content management. Amy lives in California where she works as a marketing assistant for a community college district and blogs about her spiritual life. She enjoys playing tennis, experimenting with HTML, and discussing marriage and relationships.

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Vessels for God’s Glory

Two of my favorite analogies in the Bible are being clay in God’s hands and the treasure in jars of clay. What does it mean to be a vessel for God?

Tall Women and Short Men

“I couldn’t help but notice your husband is shorter than you.” It’s an observation with an implied question behind it of, “How do you handle that?”

Created for Community

We were created for community. We can’t do it alone. It is beneficial to surround ourselves with a trusted Christian community.

Be Anxious About Nothing

The more I read my Bible, pray, and share my concerns with those close to me, the less I worry and the more strength I gain to fight my battles.

Patterns in Relationships

Knowing how you act in friendships and former dating relationships will help you learn how to grow before your next relationship.

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