Well, it’s been awhile. I have been busy with new endeavors, podcasts, and writing. I have a children’s book I just wrote and the illustrations are being…… Read more “40 Days of Lent Devotional”
Many people doubt climate change. I am not here to argue whether or not climate change exists, but I am here to suggest we care about how we care for the planet we live on together. There are ways we can show concern for the issues affecting the inhabitants of the earth. We must remember it is not only human beings living on the globe.
Those who have claimed Christ as their Savior and ultimate healer are searching for a savior in politics. They are voting for a human-being to bring balance and restoration to a broken world when they already have the Son of God.
It is a true degradation of the gospel if we allow human dignity to be trampled upon by such a sinful ideology such as racism. May we see change come through those who follow Jesus as we await His return to eradicate this evil for good.
Quarantine is tough! Who wants to be trapped in their home, wishing to be out with friends? Nobody! Even if you’re an introvert, you still want to…… Read more “Too much fun in quarantine”
The Pandemic is weighing heavy on all of us. We are all in a tense moment in time. Yet, there are some things, especially during this season, we need to stop doing.
The local church can learn some things from Disney.
The struggle we face on many first days of anything is getting caught in the comparison trap…You are enough. It doesn’t matter what you look like or have accomplished. What really matters, is how you treat yourself and others.
The hard part about this argument is the fact that we instantly go to the idea of “illegal immigration”, when the conversation should be pointed toward the seeking of asylum.
We need to celebrate the success of others. It actually should only push us to be better. Not to match up to them, but for ourselves to achieve the best we can achieve.