Sometimes feeling “okay” is the best you’ve felt in a very long time. Your brokenness entraps you because of unchangeable moments that took place in your past. You’ve yet to let go and find peace amidst the storm of remembrance. You’re hurting. You’re frustrated. You’re in repetitious, unwavering pain. You ask yourself, “Does God even…
Dear Justin Bieber, I’m ecstatic to see what God is doing in your life. Nobody is too far from God’s grace, and your story is one of redemption and revitalization. Your influence is beyond anything most could imagine harnessing, and I’m beyond thrilled to watch you use that influence for the sake of your faith…
School is back in session! That means it’s time to put on those new shoes, get your bags packed and make sure you’ve got enough coffee to last you through first period.
Biblical submission is a highly controversial topic in today’s society and I believe the definition has been twisted and molded into something it was never meant to become.
The concept of love transcends time, culture and geographical location. Love can calm the greatest storms in life, bring joy to those in mourning, and not to mention cover a multitude of sins (1 Peter 4:8). I believe love is oxygen for the soul.
The beautiful thing about God’s grace is that it’s available to people who don’t deserve it. I don’t deserve it, you don’t deserve, and that person on t.v. who was found guilty of inappropriately touching his sisters doesn’t deserve it either. But guess what? Grace still abounds to those who seek it.
Prosperity? Tattoos? Alcohol? What does the Bible say about these things, and why are so many Christians arguing over the interpretation?
We all fail, make mistakes and are in need of grace and second chances. The beautiful thing about the story of Jesus is that his grace was sufficient for ALL people, the whole world, anyone who calls upon his name (2 Corinthians 5:15).
Warning: This might shake up your faith. Here are 10 differences between a believer and a Christian. You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that–and shudder. —James 2:19
This post is being written from a different city, state, and coffee shop than the rest of my posts. After a forty-two hour drive, my wife and I have finally landed at our new home in Bellingham, WA. Crazy, right? We just moved across the county for an amazing job opportunity, and quite frankly it’s…