Just A Paradigm Shift

  We grow up believing certain implications of what it means to be an adult and all the “therein rights and responsibilities.” I’m currently challenging those preconceived notions, and I think I’m only recently okay with that challenge. I’ve got one on my mind specifically today. While I must admit that I like challenging the […]

Thankfulness Challenge

  I wrote a blog at the beginning of October about learning to be thankful for each day in its own unique way. Since then, I also wrote a blog about how something to do with isolation.  Permit me to bring the two together into something pragmatic we can all do during this “Thankfulness month.” […]

Worthless

Sin whispers, “I am easier.” Satan whispers, “No one can obey all of God’s rules.” Sin says, “Why try to do right?  You can’t be perfect. Satan says, “You failed.” Sin lies, “You will always be a failure and worthless.” Satan lies, “You can’t be used by God.” And all of the sudden, because I […]

“Are you an American Christian or a Christian American?”

Let me give a prologue: I. Despise. Politics.  I see a large group of people arguing stubbornly for their own selfish designs and nobody considering the greater good, and anyone who seems to want what’s best for everyone probably has a hidden agenda. Safe to say, I have a slightly pessimistic view of politics. I […]

My Reward won’t be Heaven

It is that time of the year for Judgement Houses.  Churches or other groups come together to create a walk-through gospel presentation that is intended to compete with a haunted house.  Although different groups use a different script, every Judgement House that I have seen follows the same flow.  First, characters are introduced.  A tragedy […]

Isolation

  Lonely. Isolated. Depressed. How easily these words seem to go together. I’ve (Amy) spoken with some friends who are professional counselors, inquiring about how serious my depression is/could be (I found out a couple years ago that it runs in my family…which explained so much about my life). The point they kept coming back […]

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