Last week, I took part in celebrating Thanksgiving, a United States national holiday. Essentially, people use this day to spend time with loved ones and give gratitude for anything and everything in their lives. It’s not exactly how the holiday or tradition came into fruition, but that’s how it is viewed in the recent past. […]Read More What are you Hungry for?
Usually, the phrase “The Bible says…” is commonly used while evangelizing when mentioning that God loves you or some other statement of knowledge we hold about who God is and what He has done. The use of this phrase has been thrown around so easily and freely that it could possibly hurt your credibility when […]Read More Is the Bible Useless?
I know I have already wrote about this topic earlier this year. You can go ahead and get to that post where I mentioned my general thoughts on suicide, statistics on who it affects, and some thoughts on what the bible says suicide is. After some recent events, I believe that I can’t talk too […]Read More Depression Should Not Equal Suicide
So, I recently had my Instagram account hacked. I used it one night and the following morning, I couldn’t log into my account. I thought my account was deactivated, but a friend later showed me that it still existed, just under a different username. The hacker changed the username, profile picture, email address and disconnected […]Read More God is Not for You.
No. Alright, that was an easy question to answer. I hope you have a good week. Make sure you follow me on… Alright, alright. The obvious answer to the question is “no”, but I’m not here to only answer that question.Read More Are Books Irrelevant?
As you may or may not have noticed, I have been MIA from this blog for the past few weeks. Everything has a reason behind it. Looking at the title, this post may not be what you think it’s about. I am not quitting the blog. Don’t be absurd for thinking that. I gave myself […]Read More I am a Quitter
If you have read a couple of my posts in the past year, you will find that I find information and wisdom from many sources outside of the Bible. That shouldn’t be surprising. We need to know that God’s image is reflected through all living things, meaning that God is in you as much as […]Read More Find Inspiration Wherever You Can
In Jesus’ ministry, he makes a lot of claims of who he is. These claims such as; I am the door (John 10:7), I am the true vine (John 15:1), etc., show the character of, not only, Jesus, but of God. Reading them at a first glance doesn’t always make sense, but that is […]Read More Bread of Life
This is another installment to the Leadership Potential series that I created a few weeks ago. As a reminder, part of this series is to remember that we are all leaders to an extent. We have influence in places we least expect and we need to make sure we take advantage of those moments. You […]Read More Leadership Potential: Earning Trust
We hear in the New Testament Jesus’ parable where a man leaves 99 sheep to find the one sheep that’s lost. Jesus uses this analogy along two other parables of a lost coin and the lost son as a response to the Pharisees who can’t comprehend why he receives sinners as any other person that […]Read More God doesn’t grow complacent. Why should we?