Meet Truly Magazine’s Cover Artist For The Intentionality Issue

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Truly magazine’s intentionality issue cover art, and the artist’s inspiration. Artist Courtney Feia is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and shares her journey of staying grounded in her faith through creative works. Courtney is a lifelong multi-disciplinary artist working out of her home studio in Uptown, Minneapolis with her young daughter […]

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Living with Certain Uncertainties

Living with Certain Uncertainties By Shiloh Gideon-Sjostrom “See you later,” my friend said. “God willing,” I responded. She turned around and gave me a strange look before leaving. I had repeated the “God willing” response to good-bye the way I had done all my life. That happened more than twenty-five years ago. I had just […]

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Hindsight is 20/20

Hindsight is 20/20 By Shiloh Gideon-Sjöström It’s that time of year when we mentally gear up to answer questions along these lines: What are you looking forward to this year? What do you hope for in this next decade? What does your 5-year plan look like? We are taught from a very young age, especially […]

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Don’t Miss the Moment

Don’t Miss the Moment by Adriel Anderson Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the wilderness and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from […]

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Activate Hope through Goal Setting

Activate Hope through Goal Setting by Adriel Anderson Have you ever considered how the placebo effect points to tangible consequences of hope? When the simple belief that you’ve received effective treatment (when you haven’t!) leads to actual improvement, it’s clear that hope changes things. Researchers have even found that high-hope people experience more happiness, have […]

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Shedding the Shackles of Unconscious Bias

Shedding the Shackles of Unconscious Bias by Shiloh Gideon-Sjostrom There was a dramatic moment in the college class I was teaching. We had been discussing bias, racism, and ethnocentrism when a student stood up and gave the rest of us his opinion on the matter. “Why do we need to talk about this over and […]

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