Day After

How can one person make or break your mood? He went home earlier, so he could get ready for work. I’ve inhaled his scent on the sheets for the rest of the day. He’s not far away, but when he’s gone, I feel so empty.
“I love the thought of you being all mine,” he said, during a passionate session of roughness and intimacy. 
“I am all yours. I always have been,” I whispered in his ear as he held me on top of his chest.

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50 Shades of Grey or Contemporary Christian Music Lyrics? A Quiz

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By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

Growing up evangelical, I listened to a lot of Contemporary Christian Music (CCM). I never understood the whole “rock music causes demons to eat your brain” mentality. But I did understand — to some extent — their point that Christian rock music was just normal rock music with “Jesus” pasted on top. To my friends and I, that wasn’t actually an intelligent critique. It was more a joke, something we all laughed about.

Fact is, my peers and I often thought it was funny that many CCM songs appeared to be sexy romance songs where the “you” was just capitalized so it suddenly was about Jesus rather than a hot piece of man-flesh. And some CCM bands — Skillet, most of all — have lyrics that are so spiritually kinky, even actual kinksters might blush.

So to honor this humorous memory of CCM’s…

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