Author Archives: Summer Sorensen

About Summer Sorensen

My aim: to live out Jesus' greatest commands (Matthew 22:36-40) & have the most fun while doing it.

5 Things Being a Business Owner Has Taught Me

I can’t tell you the exact date I decided I wanted to start a business. The data nerd in me regrets that because I do love specifics. It was more of a gradual realization over time. Through a series of … Continue reading

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An Overlooked Teaching of Jesus: The Centrality of Repentance

Diverse opinions about who Jesus is date all the way back to the time He was here as the incarnate Word, dwelling among us in first-century Israel. We see that even while He was in the flesh, there were misconceptions … Continue reading

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Defining Redefined Words: The Fight for Language

Have you noticed that certain hot-button words in our western culture are actively being redefined to mean something new, that is an aberration from their actual, historical meaning? If you haven’t noticed, it’s time to do so. Earlier this year, … Continue reading

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3 Time Saving Productivity Hacks For Writers (and Anyone Else)

Writers, just like many professions, lose a lot of ground with unnecessary distractions. Here are three tips to help gain some back. Continue reading

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Extroverts, Here is What Your Introvert Friends Want You to Know Post-Quarantine

Most introverts have probably fared better during quarantine than extroverts. Here is what introverts want extroverts to know as stay-at-home orders lift. Continue reading

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On Peace of Mind About Coronavirus

Are you freaking out about coronavirus? There is a way to have peace of mind. Hint: it has to do with making peace with the Prince of Peace. Continue reading

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The Upsides of Social Distancing: An Introverted Entrepreneur’s Take

The following is a tale of the upsides of “social distancing” as an introverted entrepreneur. If you would have told me, even a month ago, that the current state of affairs would be the case in the dealing with the … Continue reading

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4 Marketing Trends for 2020: My Takeaways from Social Media Marketing World

I just spent six glorious days in lovely San Diego, California. Having completed my Bachelor’s degree there, it felt like coming home again. Well, at least home to the place I had the privilege of living for 2.5 years but … Continue reading

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May I Have Your Opinion? (Favorite Topics & A Quandary)

Dearest Reader, I’m working through a bit of a challenge in my posting topics, and I wanted to ask your opinion. This has historically been a variety blog. I write about whatever topics come to mind. Christian discipleship topics are … Continue reading

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How Long is it Appropriate to Leave Up Your Christmas Tree?

This is a question I’ve seen circulating on social media, and something I wonder about every year. Some type A folks take down their tree on December 26th without fail. To me, that is too soon. It actually stings a … Continue reading

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