Normally I would do a Resource Friday today and give you a resource for personal development. But given the significance of today being Good Friday, I elected to give you a look into my walk of faith. I hope you let me know about yours in the comments! I grew up in the church and … Continue reading You’ll Understand If You’ve Been Abandoned
For many years, as I've read through parts of the Gospels, I've been confused by a certain action of Jesus'. Let's look at Mark 7: 31-36. Then he returned from the region of Tyre and went through Sidon to the Sea of Galilee, in the region of the Decapolis. And they brought to him a … Continue reading Jesus’ Actions That I Don’t Understand
Merry Day-After-Christmas! People get through Christmas day and start looking towards the new year and everything that it brings. Same with me! But today, I write a Christmas post because Christmas isn't over (and yesterday was pretty busy). In fact, we celebrate Christmas all the way through January 6th because that's when the church celebrates … Continue reading God Came in a Christmas Whisper
"Love your neighbor as yourself" is what the Bible says. And it's what keeps ringing in my head as I argue with myself. Many of you know that there is a caravan of thousands upon thousands of people traveling up through Mexico from countries to the South, claiming they seek protection from the poverty, gang … Continue reading What if it Isn’t Economically Viable to Love Thy Neighbor (or Help Refugees)?
Two and a half years ago, I was entering my fifth and final year of college at The Ohio State University. It was a tough run and one way I chose to mentally process all my experiences was through writing. I found it a slow, effective process to put my thoughts into coherent sentences (whether or not … Continue reading Why I Haven’t Written About Faith in a Long Time